Blog: Fashion industry on Queen's Honours List

Petah Marian | 20 June 2012

The secretary of the Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry (ASBCI), Stephanie Ingham, was among those in the industry awarded an MBE in Her Majesty the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

The ASBCI highlighted Ingham's 40 year career in the industry, where she has helped unite retailers, garment, manufacturers, componentry suppliers, textile testing houses, garment aftercare specliasts, fashion colleges and universities through the association.

Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton, who designed the Duchess of Cambridge's wedding dress, was given an OBE for her services to the British Fashion Industry.

And Mulberry creative director Emma Hill was awarded an CBE for her services to the British Fashion Industry, while jewellery and accessories designer Lara Bohinc received an MBE.


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