Clare Waight Keller, Richard Quinn and Gucci were also among the night’s winners.
As if Brexit uncertainties were not enough to spook businesses, it looks as if Christmas will be a dreary one for Britain’s brick-and-mortar retailers.
The Dior designer will accept the prize at the ceremony Monday night at Royal Albert Hall.
Mouret had relocated there two years ago, but is shifting the attention to e-commerce and wholesale, which has been robust.
Staff members have accused owner Ray Kelvin of inappropriate touching on the job.
Similar to its sister scents, Rose de Caroline is strong, ethically sourced and inspired by the garden.
The Italian sports brand is unveiling a contemporary collection with the Copenhagen-based designer at its helm.
The hub will house VF products, brand showrooms, marketing, digital and design spaces.
Female workers at the high street retailer are petitioning for founder Ray Kelvin to quit hugging and touching them.
The brand is releasing a book to mark the launch, with images shot by Alasdair McLellan.
Guests at the zodiac-themed cocktail and dinner included Barry Diller, Joan Collins, Alice Temperley, Erin O’Connor, Ashley Hicks and Paloma Faith.
The engineering Ph.D., polymath and former model talks about fashion and sustainability before moving on to Descartes and Newton.