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All The Best Looks At The British Fashion Awards, 2018

We're blinded.

Firstly, by the star power at Royal Albert Hall last night. What a roll call. And secondly, by the intense serving of all-out glitz and glam dished up there. British Fashion Awards, and the fashion darlings of the world, you haven't failed us.

So many incredible looks, so little time...

Of course, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (and guest of honour) looked stunning as she cradled her baby bump in an elegant black Givenchy gown.

 

 

Sparkles. Lots of them. Sequins, beadings, metallics. Impossible to pick a favourite.

 

Kendall Jenner in Brit design star, Julien MacDonald

 

 

Winnie Harlow combines multiple trends with a bold shouldered, metallic, feathered Atelier Versace show-stopper

 

 

Penelope Cruz in a bejewelled silver Chanel gown.

 

Lady In A Suit, still showing up on red carpets everywhere. Who's done it best, Liv, Brooke or Rosamund?

 

Liv Tyler in Givenchy

 

 

Rosamund Pike in Givenchy

 

 

Brooke Shields

 

 

Spots and polka dot prints aren't going anywhere. Scattered on mesh panels like Victoria's Secret model, Doutzen Kroes, or dotted top to toe, like English actress Carey Mulligan. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous.

 

Doutzen Kroes in David Koma

 

 

Carey Mulligan in Prada

 

Family values with the Beckhams and the Gerbers.

 

Victoria looked as chic as ever in a long, flowing Victoria Beckham dress, whilst David sharpened up in a double-breasted jacket and Brooklyn amped up his Black Tie credentials in a smart suit.

 

A genetic goldmine if we ever saw one! Legendary supermodel, Cindy Crawford, showed up with the whole family to support daughter Kaia Gerber as she won Model of the Year. Kaia looked drop-dead gorgeous in shimmering Alexander McQueen, whilst Cindy blew our minds in body hugging Marchesa.

 

 

The colour collective.

 

Kate Moss went for a goddess vibe, in emerald green satin with matching Jimmy Choos

 

 

Big nod of approval for Alexa Chung, who looked beautiful in mustard yellow velvet with lace trims. It's her own ALEXACHUNG label, FYI.

 

 

 

Georgia May Jagger went all-in for pink, wearing a Mulberry pant-suit and bright pink dyed locks. Only for the brave. The very brave.

 

What did you think of the style at this year's awards? We LOVED it!

 

 

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