Missguided walked away as the winner of the Retail Interior of the Year award at the 20th Retail Week Interiors Awards last night.

The judges were unanimous in their praise for an online retailer that leapt the digital divide to lead the fashion pack with its first physical store in Westfield Stratford City.

The awards were presented by comedian Russell Kane at London’s Park Lane Hilton with major awards going to Primark for Best Overseas Launch, Joseph Cheaney & Sons for Best Small Store and wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd for Best Destination Store.

Other winners on the night included Harvey Nichols, Topshop, Carrefour and Dr Martens, which scooped the Best use of Design with Technology In-store award for its winsome flagship in Camden.

A full list of the winners can be found below.

The Inurface Media Best Destination Store Berry Bros & Rudd with Mowat & Company and Cumberland Group 
The AVIXA Best Use of Design with Technology In-store Dr Martens with Inurface Media 
Best Food and Supermarket Design Carrefour with Interstore and Schweitzer Project 
Best High Street Store  Mamas & Papas with Dalziel & Pow and GCL
Design Excellence Award  Topshop with Arcadia Store Design and Stoneforce
Best International Store Adidas with Checkland Kindleysides and Gensler
The SFD Best Fashion Retail Interior Harvey Nichols with Virgile + Partners and Portview Fit-Out
Best Store for Food and Drink Boxpark with BDP and Randall Contracting
The Monaghans Best Mall Store Missguided with Dalziel & Pow and Goodman Hichens 
Best Small Store Joseph Cheaney & Sons with Checkland Kindleysides
Best Overseas UK Store Launch Primark with HMKM and Railston and Widd Signs
The Handy AV Best POP/VM Solution Miller Harris with Prop Studios and FormRoom
Best Lighting & Fixturing Topshop with Arcadia Store Design, Stoneforce and LAPD Lighting Design
The NAS Shopfitting Excellence Award Cumberland Group 
The Retail Interior of the Year  Missguided with Dalziel & Pow and Goodman Hichens