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Little Mistress bags 'Young Fashion Brand' Drapers Award
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Nov '13
Little Mistress has been crowned ‘Young Fashion Brand of the Year’ at the Drapers Awards 2013 for the second year running.

The annual event saw a refresh in location, hosted at Old Billingsgate. Competing against a tough group of young fashion brands including Lipsy, Yumi, Sugarhill Boutique, Glamorous, Ruby Rocks, Bellfield Clothing, Bjorn Borg, Closet and Native Youth, Little Mistress came out on top to shine as the winner of this esteemed category.

This latest accolade for the Little Mistress Group comes after success at the Drapers Indie Awards two weeks earlier where the brand also scooped the award for ‘Best Young Fashion Brand of the Year’.

Managing Director, Mark Ashton comments ‘We are so proud to receive this award for the second year in a row, especially after the equally surprising Drapers Indie Award win last month. Three awards in two years is a fantastic reward for those who have played an integral part in building the Little Mistress brand to what it is today.  Another great evening for Little Mistress!’

The brand is establishing itself as a firm favourite with its target audience of young fashion-hungry style hunters. Little Mistress’s signature pieces boast hand embellishment and intricate detail with a strong focus on dresses along with a separates collection, launched earlier this year, which expanded the brand’s original offering.

The star studded event was attended by the fashion industry elite with the evening being presented by BBC comedian Dara O'Briain and Drapers Editorial Director, Eric Musgrave.

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