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Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Art 2003 Designer of the Year, British Fashion Awards 2005 Honorary Doctorate, University of Westminster 2006 Menswear Designer of the Year 2007, British Fashion Awards Honorary Doctorate, University of Huddersfield 2007 Menswear Designer of the Year 2008, British Fashion Awards Honorary Patron of the University Philosophical Society, Trinity College, Dublin MBE 2009 Designer of the Year, British Fashion Awards 2009 International Award Council of Fashion Designers of America 2010 Honorary Doctorate, Sheffield Hallam University 2011 Honorary Doctorate, Royal College of Art 2013 Menswear Designer of the Year, British Fashion Awards 2013 Christopher Paul Bailey MBE (born ) is the chief creative and chief executive officer (CEO) of Burberry, and is responsible for creating and delivering the company's global vision and business strategy, including overseeing collections, brand imagery, product design, creative marketing, architecture, consumer technology and digital innovation.PRIMROSE HILL KIDS Their parents were the original hellraisers: partner-swapping, hard-partying, bohemian kings and queens of cool Britannia, who — when not in Ibiza — made a corner of north-west London their stomping ground.