Pam Hogg is a Scottish fashion designer who was born on 4th January 1981. She has created clothes for the likes of Ian Astbury of The Cult, Paula Yates, Marie Helvin, Siouxie Sioux, and Debbie Harry of Blondie.
Pam’s Early Life
She was born in Paisley, near Glasgow, Scotland. She studied Fine Arts and Printed Textiles at the Glasgow School of Art. For her further studies, she went to the Royal College of Art in London, where she gained her Masters in Arts degree.
She joined her first band ‘Rubbish’ at the end of the seventies.
She has not revealed information about her relationship yet. The information about her family is also behind the curtain.
Pam’s Fashion Career
In 1985 she had her first catwalk show.
Pam’s designs are worn and requested by celebrities including Beyonce, Kate Moss, Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, Taylor Swift, Jessie J, Paloma Faith, Debbie Harry, Siouxsie Sioux, Bjork, Rihanna, Claudia Schiffer, Madonna, Ian Astbury (The Cult), Paula Yates, Lady Mary Charteris, and many, many more.
Pam’s clothes have appeared in publications including Vogue, Italian Vogue, ID Magazine (cover & 5-page interview for “Warrior Queen” collection, 1989), Love Magazine (multi-page feature styled by Joe McKenna and shot by David Sims, 2009), and many more. Her interviews have been published in the Guardian, The Scotsman, Vice, and Untitled Magazine to name a few.
Pam’s Net Worth
Pam’s net worth is $800,000.
Pam’s early work was recognized with prizes and awards including the Newbury Medal of Distinction from the Glasgow School of Art, the Frank Warner Memorial Medal, the Leverhulme Scholarship, and the Royal Society of Arts Bursary. Her subsequent career has been lionized with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Scottish Fashion Council, the Great Scott Award alongside Trevor Sorbie and Andrew Marr, and the Award for Creative Excellent from the Scottish Fashion Council. Pam holds an MA in Textiles from the Royal College of Art, and an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art (2016).
Pam’s Future Plan
Pam will present a solo exhibition in St Louis USA in 2021.
In 2022 Scotland’s renowned Paisley Museum will display a specially commissioned piece from her ‘Best in Show’ collection featuring the Paisley Poodle pattern. It will be housed in their permanent collection, alongside selected archive material on loan.
Pam’s Social Media Handles
Pam is very popular on Instagram with a verified account having 137K followers.
Pam has her own website dedicated to fashion.
She is not very active on Twitter where she has 1,867 followers.
Pam Hogg has become a well-established fashion designer due to her ambitious and confident nature. We wish to see her shine as she always does.