Pat McGrath is set to receive the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator at The Fashion Awards 2017, which will take place on Monday (04.12.17)
Pat McGrath is set to receive the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator at The Fashion Awards 2017.
The 52-year-old make-up artist - who boasts a long list of celebrity clientele - is set to pick up the honour at the upcoming ceremony in partnership with Swarovski, which will take place on Monday (04.12.17) at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Pat has been nominated for the gong because of her contribution to the global fashion and beauty industry, which has seen her work with designer brands, including Prada, Miu Miu, Valentino and Versace, on their campaigns and catwalk shows.
The Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator recognises Pat - who recently launched her own beauty range - for being an inspiring innovator in the business, and for contributing to the business.
But Pat is not the only mogul to be recognised at the star-studded bash next week, as Donatella Versace and Maria Grazia Chiuri are also set to take home prestigious titles.
The 62-year-old fashion designer - who is the artistic director of Versace - is set to receive the Fashion Icon Award, which celebrates the star's work with the fashion house set up by her late brother Gianni Versace in 1978.
And Donatella is ''truly honoured'' to be receiving the title, and to be continuing her sibling's 20-year legacy.
She said: ''I am truly honoured to be collecting the Fashion Icon Award at The Fashion Awards 2017. For 40 years my brother and I have done what we love and that is a legacy I am honoured to continue and uphold.
''We have celebrated empowerment, joy and of course glamour. We have championed a community of people who share our values and together with them have created truly iconic images in the world of fashion.
''I am truly humbled by how Versace has been embraced across the decades, across the world and across the generations. Thank you to the industry for your support of us, thank you to my team for their loyalty and incredibly hard work, thank you to my family and friends who have supported me more than they can know and thank you to the genius that was my brother Gianni. His incredible spirit is in everything we do and everything we stand for.''
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