PLAYWRIGHT and artist John Byrne, artist Rachel Maclean and singer- songwriter Roisin Murphy were among the winners at the Scottish Style Awards held at Glasgow’s Kelvingrove museum on Saturday.

Byrne, from Paisley, was named Scotland’s most stylish man. Organisers made special mention of his “authentically and effortlessly cool’’ style credentials.

His best-known plays include the Slab Boys trilogy and the classic TV drama series Tutti Frutti and Your Cheatin’ Heart.

Other contenders in the stylish male category included Outlander actor Sam Heughan, adventurer Aldo Kane, musician Kayus Bankole, artist Philip Colbert and blogger John Robertson.

Maclean triumphed in the most stylish female category. She was up against actress Chloe Pirrie, singer Charlotte Brimner, blogger and model Emily Shakarji, charity campaigner Eunice Olumide and Christina Jansen of The Scottish Gallery.

Maclean, from Edinburgh, is best known for multi-media works which use film and photography to explore politics, society and identity. She was chosen to represent Scotland at the Venice Biennale in 2017.

The style icon award went to Roisin Murphy, formerly one half of the duo Moloko, whose hits included Sing It Back, The Time Is Now and Forever More.

Award organisers praised Murphy’s “unmatched levels of artistry and breathtakingly innovative work” and said her style “can be clearly seen as a source of inspiration for many of the world’s biggest recording artists and image creators”.

Other winners on the night included:

Rubadub Records (Tastemaker of the Year), which “has, for over 25 years, been a touchstone in the electronic music world, largely attributable to the staggering knowledge of its owners Martin McKay and Wilba Sandieson and discerning staff’’.

Hotelier Ken McCulloch (Very Special Achievement), whose “style legacy” includes One Devonshire Gardens, the Malmaison chain, Columbus Monte Carlo and the Dakota concept.

Niche Bazaar Studio, Glasgow (Most Stylish Retailer); The Voyage of Buck, Edinburgh (Most Stylish Bar); The Spanish Butcher, Glasgow (Most Stylish restaurant); Dakota Deluxe Hotel, Glasgow (Most Stylish Hotel); BAaD, Glasgow (Most Stylish Venue).

The evening also featured a catwalk celebration of the first decade of Harris Tweed Hebrides, which paid tribute to the fabric which is loved by the world’s biggest and best designers, fashion houses and brands. And some of fashion’s biggest names – including Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Tom Ford, Givenchy, Valentino, Fendi, Lanvin, Vivienne Westwood, Victoria Beckham and Versus Versace – were featured in a spring/summer 2018 runway show by leading independent retailer Cruise.

The awards’ headline sponsor is Moet & Chandon and they were hosted by actress Pollyanna McIntosh,

Mary McGowne, who founded the awards, said: “In this, our 13 year, we have again showcased the incredible style, creativity and individuality this country has to offer. It is a privilege to honour these amazing Scots, with so many of them flying in from across the globe to be with us.

‘“It was a particular thrill to welcome our friends from Harris Tweed Hebrides. Everyone in the fashion and textiles industries admires the company’s exciting and remarkable success.’’

Mark Hogarth, creative director of Harris Tweed Hebrides, said: “In our 10th anniversary year we were delighted to initiate the celebration of our collective achievements thus far, and there is no finer stage on which to do this than the Scottish Style Awards.’’