Check out the style winners and losers from the bash
The rest of the world was seriously lacking in celeb action as the British Fashion Awards took place in London last night.
Adding another accolade to her collection, Victoria Beckham took home the gong for Brand Of The Year.
We almost feel a bit sorry for VB’s housekeeper and the amount of trophy dusting she has to do!
True to form, the red carpet was graced with some of the best outfits we’ve seen all year.
New York fashionista Olivia Palermo flew in for the event and proved that you really can wear black and yellow without looking like a bumble bee.
She donned a dramatic skirt and top by Emilia Wickstead. We love how she added interest with an animal-print clutch.
The designer’s frocks were a popular choice for the evening, as die-hard preppy girl Alexa Chung stepped out in a shiny dress by the label.
Well if Kate Middleton chooses Emilia designs for a glam night out, who are the rest of Celebville to argue?!
Also opting for metallics, Mollie King looked almost unrecognisable in a daring gold number by Patricia Bonaldi.
With her red lips and wet-look hairdo, we nearly mistook her for Sienna Miller.
While there were tonnes of style winners, there were certainly some losers too. Awks!
Rihanna obviously didn’t get the memo about not wearing tights with open-toe shoes as she stepped out in a figure-swamping Stella McCartney outfit, while Lily Allen appeared to have landed a part as a (badly dressed) Disney princess in her Vivienne Westwood creation.
But it was Lana Del Rey who made us cringe the most.
The singer attended the event in a silky ensemble that we’d expect our nan to wear to a wedding.
We’re just disappointed she didn’t finish the look with a matching fascinator. Time for a restyle, Lana!