The British Fashion Awards 2016 went down across the pond, with our favorite supermodels, style stars, musicians, actors, and more in attendance.
Let’s check out the night’s looks!
Naomi Campbell showed exactly why she’s Queen in a sheer, black embellished lace gown.
Lady Gaga and Brandon Maxwell are a sartorial match made in Heaven! She slipped on one of his black, halter gowns for the occasion. Simply stunning.
Jourdan Dunn also wore Brandon Maxwell, looking every bit the supermodel in a strapless blush bandeau and high-waist trousers from the designer.
Jaden Smith and sister Willow won the New Fashion Icon accolade, accepting the honor in a striped suit.
Nicole Scherzinger left little to the imagination in a barely-there Julien Macdonald jumpsuit. Talk about jaw-dropping.
Joan took Jourdan’s lead in a sheer, green lace crop top and matching trousers from Baja East. Hot!
Salma Hayek flaunted her curves in a floral jacquard Gucci gown with a low-cut scoop neckline.
Gigi Hadid took home the International Model Award in an artful silver Versace jumpsuit. Easily one of this week’s coolest looks.
Olivia Palermo wore one of her sexiest ensembles yet, giving a flash of thigh in an embroidered Peter Pilotto LWD and statement-making booties. I live for her style.
David Gandy is always one of the best dressed men in the room, if not the best. He’s seriously drool-worthy!
It was all about sumptuous textures for Kate Moss in a velvet gown and glamorous fur. Iconic.
Carine Roitfeld always finds the most avant-garde takes on all-black. Her off-the-shoulder jacket, lace gloves, and high-waist slit skirt were high-fashion at its finest.
Winnie Harlow showed off her mile-long legs in a black, strapless gown with a thigh-high slit from Baja East. Gorgeous, no?
Kate Beckinsale uplifted her timeless black Ralph Lauren suit with a head-turning choker. She never has an off-day!
Donatella Versace shimmered and sparkled in a gold embellished number of her own design. Versace really does make the best gowns.
Neelam Gill slipped on a strapless gown with a sultry slit and lace insets.
Alessandro Michele had the best hair of the night, while he and BFF/Gucci guy Jared Leto were hard to miss in the iconic Italian fashion house’s conversation-starting duds. That suit though!
Clearly sexy slits were one of the night’s biggest trends! Zara Martin wore one—surprisingly not the focal point of her bow-accented, asymmetric sleeve, cutout number.
Natalie Massenet’s white feathery confection was princess chic.
Alice Temperley was one of the best brand ambassadors we’ve ever seen, clad in a high-neck, black crystal-embellished gown of her own making.
Who had your favorite look at the awards show?