The British Fashion Awards, which took place on 4 December, honour the best talent in the fashion industry, from models to designers, and the brands shaping the international fashion world. Here is our round-up of who won the major awards, as well as the best looks.
The award winners
Adwoa Aboah won Model of the Year, which we’re delighted about, and Raf Simmons (for Calvin Klein) won Designer of the Year. The British Designer of the Year award went to Jonathan Anderson of JW Anderson.
Other headline wins were the acknowledgement of Donatella Versace as a fashion icon, and the Isabelle Blow Award for Creative Force of the Year, which went to make-up artist extraordinaire Pat McGrath. Stella McCartney won a Special Recognition Award for innovation, and the Swarovski Award for Positive Change went to Maria Grazia Chiuri, for bringing her feminist stance to Dior.
The red-carpet winners
For us, almost every red-carpet look was a winner, including Ashley Graham in Vivienne Westwood.
The incredible Adwoa Aboah opted for head-to-hip sparkles.
Poppy Delevingne does a floral train by Giambattista, of course.
While we decide if we totally love or totally hate this dress, we’re focusing on that glorious handbag.
Is it too daring to have a pair of horses covering your nips? Zendaya doesn’t think so…
Model, designer and all-round fabulous Brit Leomie Anderson is in a 1960s embellished shift dress with white boots.
A power couple for 2017, this Stranger Things duo nailed it.
Charlie Heaton and Natalia Dyer / via Rexfeatures
Feather-embellished and nightwear-inspired…
Jourdan Dunn does 70s with a tangerine dress.
A red gown with gorgeous jewels (probably from sponsor Swarovski) for Karlie Kloss.
Possibly a little too 1900s, but Selena seems to be rocking it, with a nod to the bohemian trend.
Versace Versace Versace: Dontella Versace in Versace.
Alexa Chung can do no wrong… Seen here looking incredible in a powder-blue 80s prom dress.
Agyness Deyn makes a glorious comeback to the fashion world in a tweed suit.
An Asian fusion with beading and a royal-blue bomber.
Gorgeous Stella McCartney in an elegant navy dress with unexpected sleeves.
Only Erykah could do snakeskin, fur and a plastic coat.
Silver and tweed, for ‘space age meets heritage Brit’. Ruth Wilson pulls this one off.
A brilliant way to end off a strong year in fashion, we say…