Hunstanton-born retired fashion designer Peter Lewis-Crown has won a British Community Honours Award.
Mr Lewis-Crown, 83, of London, will receive the honour at a dinner being held in the House of Lords in September.
The BCH awards are presented to people who have supported the inclusion of minority groups in mainstream British society.
Mr Lewis-Crown said: “I have worked for friendship between all sorts of people.”
In 1998, he received an OBE for his his charity work and contribution to the fashion industry.
From 1948, he worked at the House of Lachasse in London and rose to become owner before he retired in 2007. The exclusive couture house had 3,000 clients around the world, including former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and the first woman speaker of the House of Commons, Betty Boothroyd.
Mr Lewis-Crown, who attended King Edward VII Grammar School, has also been honoured for his support for the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen and is a trustee of the Museum of Garden History.
He enjoys several visits a year to Hunstanton, where his sister, Pat, still lives.