The best of fashion hit the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall in London for this year’s Fashion Awards.
ella Hadid and Lila Moss are some of the big names nominated for the model of the year award, with Valentino’s JW Anderson and Pierpaolo Piccioli vying for top designer and stylist and creative director Katie Grand. is about to receive the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Innovator.
Before any awards could be handed out, the red carpet was transformed into the catwalks of some of fashion’s biggest names…
Celebrities often support up-and-coming designers at the Fashion Awards, and Rita Ora did so in a vibrant red outfit by an Albanian Nensi Dojaka.
The singer has otherworldly prosthetics on her face, wearing red lingerie and a transparent cape over it.
Tilda Swinton is never one to shy away from a costume statement, and for the event she opted to wear a dress by London-based experimental designer Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY. A colorful, graphic jacket was soon removed to reveal a slightly more dignified blue dress with dramatic hooded sleeves.
FKA Twigs wore avant-garde designer Rick Owens to walk the red carpet – and she appeared a little warmer than many of the other attendees, as her long gray dress was draped over it. with a black puffer jacket.
Florence Pugh walked the red carpet in an open back red Valentino gown with a flowing skirt, alongside the brand’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli.
Lily James created an angelic look wearing Rodarte’s white tulle dress with silver embellishments.
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A familiar face at the Fashion Awards, Naomi Campbell entered the festive atmosphere in a shimmering silver gown with cape detailing, also by Valentino.
Simone Ashley dazzled in a sparkly gown – a mauve hooded long-sleeve dress, by a brand known for its disco-inspired fashion: 16Arlington.
Irina Shayk took a darker look with festive sparkles with her strapless dress – head for the high street for this one by H&M.
Winnie Harlow had a couture moment on the red carpet wearing a 3D dress by Dutch designer Iris van Herpen. Known as the ‘Magnum Vegan Dress’, it is said to be the first high-fashion vegan dress made from cocoa beans.
Gothic glamor was a big red carpet theme – Rosie Huntington-Whitely wore a Valentino toe-tone black and silver dress with long sleeves, a high collar, and sleek hair.
Lila Moss had a sexy photoshoot in the glamorous Goth movie, wearing an all-black transparent Knwls outfit.
Supermodel Erin O’Connor brought a bit of dark romance to the red carpet in an ethereal Erdem gown made of white and black tulle.
Maya Jama is coming to our screens next year as the new host of Love Island, and she made headlines on the red carpet in her classic all-black outfit. Sabina Bilenko Couture, complete with fun hat and geometric jewelry.
“I’ve never worn a hat before, so I thought why not,” the presenter said of her look.
This year’s Love Island winner, Ekin-Su Culculoglu, made her red carpet debut in a classic Hollywood-inspired outfit, with a nude gown adorned with colorful beads and one towel.
Ashley Graham, wearing an elegant pale blue dress by Patrick McDowell – a designer known for her eco-friendly standards – said of her outfit on the red carpet: “It’s fancy but it’s worth it. .”
It was a family affair for Amanda Holden, who walked the red carpet in a tight red Nicolas Jebran gown, alongside model daughter Alexa Louise Florence Hughes, who wore an ant-inspired black outfit. Gothic architecture by Sylvio Giardina.
“‘Wednesday’ vibe on Monday,” Holden wrote of her daughter’s look on Instagram.
The fact that December in London won’t stop Elsa Hosk from showing off her skin, with the model stepping out in a trendy Miu Miu outfit consisting of a belted bralette and a long skirt.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/tilda-swinton-and-fka-twigs-lead-statement-making-style-at-the-fashion-awards-42197394.html Tilda Swinton and FKA Twigs lead style statement at Fashion Awards