The who’s who of the British fashion industry was on-hand at the British Fashion Awards 2015 with stylish supermodels, designers, and celebrities in attendance.
Let’s see what the night had in store in the style department, shall we?
Congratulations were in order for Jourdan Dunn who walked away with the Model of the Year award in Mugler. Werk Ms. Dunn!
Queen Mother Naomi Campbell donned a new wig and a Burberry lace cape and sheer hem gown for the affair.
FKA Twigs picked up the Fashion Innovator Award in a sexy black tunic and trouser pairing from Calvin Klein. I’d say this was much deserved, no?
Olivier Rousteing presented the Model of the Year award to BFF Jourdan Dunn in all-black, though he posed at the event with Riley Montana in a sickening green gown from the brand. Clearly, the beauty was in abundance!
Salma Hayek loves Gucci, thus it was no surprise to see her in a retro-inspired pink number from the iconic Italian fashion house.
Rita Ora was almost covered from head-to-toe in a black Chanel button-accented gown.
Sarah-Jane Crawford skewed conservative in a tea-length Emilia Wickstead frock.
Lewis Hamilton uplifted an all-black ensemble with a white contrast-lapel blazer.
Lady Gaga made a statement in a red Tom Ford, paillette-accented number. Hot!
Victoria and David Beckham were easily the best dressed couple of the night, with Victoria in a suit of her own design and David in a Burberry duo.
Kate Bosworth was ethereal in an icy blue Erdem confection. Her style choices are always a win!
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini paired a custom Topshop look with killer Sergio Rossi boots.
An embellished Burberry gown with a plunging neckline was Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s choice for the evening. She never has an off-day!
Stella McCartney only has to head to her own showroom to get a fabulous dress, thus she chose a jacquard LBD from one of her own collections.
It was all about floral embroidery and lace for VOGUE EIC Anna Wintour.
Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele won the best hair of the evening award alongside model Georgia May Jagger in one his creations.
Though Chanel, Karlie Kloss’s dress didn’t scream “glamour” to me. Her clutch and makeup were stunning though!
The Saturdays songstress Mollie King stuck to the classic combo of black and white in a halter number with a thigh-slit and low-cut neckline.
Brit babe flaunted her toned physique in a black cutout gown. She did this!
Who had your favorite look at the awards show?