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Bonnie baby Nominated in the Scottish Fashion Awards

Its award season in the fashion world and all of us at Bonnie baby are very excited to hear that our baby/childrens clothing has been nominated in the 7th annual Scottish Fashion Awards, hosted in association with InStyle magazine.

The awards, which will be held at the grand Clyde Auditorium in bustling Glasgow on the 11th June 2012, are hosted by international style icon Alexa Chung. All the top names in the fashion Industry will be there, including supermodels and designers. It will be a true red carpet event!

The Scottish Fashion Awards 2012 will be hosted by Alexa Chung

The nominees will be judged by some of the biggest figures in the fashion industry: legendary fashion photography Rankin, Caroline Rush (CEO British Fashion Council), Eilidh MacAskill (Editor InStyle magazine), Brigiite Stepputtis (Head of Couture Vivienne Westwood) and many more.

Rankin says: “It’s my pleasure and honour to have been asked to be a judge on the Scottish Fashion Awards panel. I have great pride in the country I was born in, an am delighted to be able to take part in an event that throws the spotlight on the great fashion industry talent that comes from Scotland.”

Bonnie baby have been nominated for Scottish Retailer of the Year, there are some great businesses in this category and we are incredibly happy to have our baby clothing business judged by such prestigious names.

Our Spring Summer collection includes baby clothing and childrens clothing up to the age of 5 years.

Tracey says: “Bonnie baby has really grown as a company over the last 5 years. We have moved on from purely baby wear and our collections now include many great items for children up to 5 years and our SS12 collection had really got us noticed, making our business more relevant to many consumers. I am thrilled to be nominated and included in an event that celebrates British design and highlights the talent that Scotland has to offer.”

Have you ever attended a red carpet event? What are your thoughts on the importance of British design? Do you think Bonnie baby will win the category? Leave your comments below.

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