1. Eva Herzigova
Works the all-white suave pantsuit #likeaboss.
2. Alexa Chung in Prada
The model’s style conquests now include a pair of Marabou trimmed PJs by Prada. Makes you want to stay in bed all day, doesn’t it?
3. Karlie Kloss in Stella McCartney
This catwalk cutie takes the minimalistic route to the red carpet in a sleek black gown with a gold waist belt to top it off.
4. Lily Donaldson in Burberry
Playful but poised, this supermodel sure did pull out all the stops with this corseted sheer gown.
5. Jourdan Dunn in Brandon Maxwell
This bandeau top and trouser duo is pure perfection on her. What's not to love?
Take stock of the winning list on fashion’s biggest night out :)
1. International Model: Gigi Hadid
The reigning supermodel kicked off her modelling career when she was just two years old after she was discovered by Paul Marciano of Guess. No surprise that at 21, Gigi is the queen of catwalk. After recently winning the 2016 Teen Choice Award for 'Choice Female Hottie', the title of 'Best International Model' has sealed her fate as the 'Supers' of the millennial generation.
2. British Emerging Talent: Molly Goddard
Want to go back to the #GoodOldDays of sweet childhood frolick? Just put on one of Molly's swoon-worthy, vibrant tulle creations. To think she started out as a teenager sewing birthday dresses for her mum and her friends... that's what dreams are made of. Innit?
3. British Womenswear Designer: Simone Rocha
The Irish designer made her debut in 2010 and quickly became a force to reckon with. Born into fashion's own legacy aka Hong Kong-born, Dublin-based designer, John Rocha, Simone's unique aesthetic is sharper and more minimalistic than her father's. And with Rita Ora and Rihanna as super fans, no reason why we won't follow suit :)
4. British Brand: Alexander McQueen
Can you say 'style legend'? From their signature skull motif to the unforgettable red carpet moments, the creations spell 'fashion as art, don't they?
Lace and ruffles had its moment at Royal Albert Hall last night. Throwback to A/W catwalk trends, we loved how Jenna Coleman inspired us in her Victoriana Erdem dress, channeling subtle vintage. Anna Beatriz Barros on the other hand stunned us in a Ralph & Russo ruffled skirt, while beauty blogger Tanya Burr nailed it in a frilly metallic number. So. Much. Fashion. Yiyee :)
'I wear too much black' ...Said no one ever. We are so chuffed at the real-time black inspo straight from the red carpet. Immy Waterhouse and Amber Valleta put their personal spin on the classic LBD while Alice Temperley kept it real in an embellished high-neck dress. And if you thought that was it, we got major feels just looking at actress Annabelle Wallis’s short black leather dress with floral print. Total knockouts!
Going out #bignightgoals: Stay swathed in sheer. Top model Jean Campbell teased us in an Alexander McQueen sheer piece, while Mollie King slayed it in a risqué lacey gown by Couturíssimo. And even as model Pixie Geldof wowed us in her all-white kaftan gown, we are still contesting what we thought of singer songwriter Soko’s goth-chic inspired look by Mulberry. Thoughts?
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