Burberry's Chief Creative Officer was dually blessed at last night's British Fashion Awards, taking home both the award for Designer of the Year and for Designer Brand of the Year, reports the Daily Mail.
Clutching his bookends (left), Bailey also used the opportunity to officially announce that Burberry will be returning to London Fashion Week in February, as we previously reported. The British brand had been showing in Milan until last season's homecoming in honor of the British Fashion Council's 25th anniversary.
Another big winner of the night was rock heiress Georgia May Jagger, who beat out Daisy Lowe and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for the Model of the Year award.
The BFC British Collection of the Year honor went to Christopher Kane, while Katie Hillier was named Accessory Designer of the Year.
Vogue's fiery-haired breakout star, Grace Coddington, won the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator, while Dior's John Galliano walked away with the award for Outstanding Achievement in Fashion Design, according to the paper.
Dunhill's Kim Jones nabbed Menswear Designer of the Year, while Swarovski's Emerging Talent Award went to Holly Fulton for accessories and Peter Pilotto for ready-to-wear.
And last but not least, Kate Moss scored the London 25 award, which honors those who serve as an "international ambassador" for London fashion, according to the Daily Mail.
(Admit it -- you thought the 25 referred to her weight.)
Meanwhile, see who landed on the British Fashion Council's Power List.