Harry Styles Presented Emma Watson With a British Fashion Award
Last night, some of fashion’s biggest names were bestowed with the British Fashion Awards by the British Council at the London’s Coliseum for their achievements in the industry this last year. While Emma Watson was awarded the most deserved British Style Award by Harry Styles, Victoria Beckham made it as the Brand of the year, taking her esteem to the next level. John Galliano made his first public appearance after being appointed creative director of Margiela, presenting Anna Wintour with the Outstanding Achievement award, and Cara Delevigne didn’t surprise anyone by winning for the second time, Model of the year. These were this years British Fashion Award winners:
Emerging Womenswear Designer: Marques’Almeida
Emerging Menswear Designer: Craig Green
Emerging Accessory Designer: Prism
New Establishment Designer: Simone Rocha
Establishment Designer: Preen
Womenswear Designer: Erdem
Menswear Designer: J.W. Anderson
Accessory Designer: Anya Hindmarch
International Designer: Nicolas Ghesquiere
Red Carpet Designer: Sarah Burton/Alexander McQueen
Brand: Victoria Beckham
Model: Cara Delevingne
Creative Campaign: Louis Vuitton
British Style Award: Emma Watson
While most of our icons walked down the red carpet with the most beautiful designs, some others just made us want to cry. Here’s our best and worst dressed nominees:
David Gandy wearing Marks and Spencer
Tamsin Egerton in Natasha Zinko and carried a Nathalie Trad clutch.
Gareth Pugh and Carson McColl
Naomi Campbell in custom made Alexander McQueen
Victoria Beckham wearing Victoria Beckham
Laura Bailey in Emilia Wickerstead
Alexa Chung in Emilia Wickstead
Courtney Love and Lana del Rey: seriously?
Anna Wintour wearing John Galliano... Anna, you can do better than that.
Tom Ford (perfect as always) and Rita Ora (shameful)
Rihanna (not) wearing pants.
Kendall Jenner in Emilio Pucci