2020 Winners

Best Supply Chain Initiative

Winner: Filippa K – Swedish Wool Initiative

Finalists: H&M, Kathmandu, Masai Clothing Company, Superdry

Best Carbon Footprint Initiative

Winner: Lemon Jelly – Wasteless Act and Closing the Loop

Finalists: SLO Active, Superdry

Best Customer Engagement Campaign

Winner: Birdsong – Transparent Friday

Highly commended: Bottletop – #Togetherband launch

Finalists: Ecoalf – Because There Is No Planet B, John Lewis & Partners – BeautyCycle, Oxfam – Second Hand September, Raeburn – B

Sustainable Textile Innovation

Winner: Candiani’s Coreva Denim

Finalists: Coats – EcoVerde, Isko – R-TWO, Izabel London – CK Morgan Sustainable Textile Innovation, Re:Newcell – Circulose, Vivobarefoot – Primus Lite II Bio

Best Use of Technology for Good

Winner: Tejidos Royo – Dry Indigo

Highly commended: Farfetch x Good On You

Finalists: Ecoalf, H&M, Kathmandu, Pentland Brands, Wrangler

Graduate Award

Winner: Rebecca Powell, Portsmouth University, BA Fashion and Textiles Design

Finalists: Mia Herrod, Norwich University of the Arts, and Kate MacMahon, Edinburgh College of Art

Recommerce Award

Winner: My Wardrobe HQ

Highly commended: ACS Clothing

Finalists: Designer Exchange, Handbag Clinic, Hirestreet, Rotaro

Progress Towards Circularity, sponsored by Duo

Winner: Nudie Jeans

Highly commended: Swedish Stockings

Finalists: Fabric for Freedom, Farfetch UK, H&M, Hunter, Napapijri

Brand of the year (<£30m turnover)

Winner: Raeburn

Highly commended: Finisterre

Finalists: Bower Swimwear, Findra, Izabel London, Lowie, Lucy & Yak, Matt & Nat, Royce Lingerie, Thought Fashion, WoolOvers

Brand of the Year (>£30m turnover)

Winner: Craghoppers

Finalists: Berghaus, Hunter, Meyer, Superdry, Wrangler

Retailer of the year

Winner: Wolf & Badger

Finalists: H&M, Joules, Selfridges, Oh Polly

Sustainable Fashion Champion

Dilys Williams, director of the Centre for Sustainable Fashion, and pioneer of industry change for more than a decade