Having starred in advertising campaigns for Chanel, Versace, Dolce Gabanna and Miu Miu as a teenager mum of three Rosemary has started a new career as a juice guru and swears by her asparagus SOS as a hangover cure.She received the Most Stylish Female award at a spectacular ceremony at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow last night which celebrated a decade since the star studded awards were first held.Rosemary Ferguson said she was “stunned” to be crowned most stylish female.She said: “I’m stunned, amazing and really grateful. I’m really chuffed.”The model shunned red carpet high heels for brogues and said the secret to being stylish was “wearing what you feel comfortable in and what you like, rather than what looks good on other people”.Breakthrough star Craig McGinlay said: “It’s a change of career for me being a sports and fitness coach to an actor and model. I’m trying my best to be stylish and hopefully I’m pulling it off.Formed from the ashes of rockers Kassidy, guitarist Hamish Fingland played down the band’s win, saying they ‘never realised we were stylish’.Aberdeen born actress Sophie Kennedy Clark, who starred with Dame Judy Dench in Philomena, hosted the awards show hailing Scotland’s most stylish people and places.Soul star Paolo Nutini was crowned Most Stylish Male while his fellow Buddy actor and model Craig McGinley, who appeared in the Haig whiskey adverts alongside David Beckham, won of the Year.Craig McGinley Winner of of the yearThe of the Year award went to costume designer Anna Mary Scott Robbins, who dresses the stars of hit TV drama Downton Abbey.Hotly tipped local act were named the Most Stylish Band and entertained the crowd with tracks including debut release Future Pleasures.Scottish Style Awards founder Mary McGowne said: “Once again the Scottish Style Awards lived up to its reputation as the benchmark of creative excellence.
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