The Best Red Carpet Looks From The 2018 Fashion Awards

Last night, the fashion crowd congregated once again at London’s Royal Albert Hall to celebrate the Fashion Awards.

While the glamorous affair honors the industry’s most innovative and exciting movers and shakers, what better way to celebrate fashion’s coolest and most iconic designers than by wearing them on the red carpet?

From Molly Goddard in her own Quality Street-esque creation to Alexa Chung in a crushed velvet number, ahead we’ve rounded up the best looks of the night.


Molly Goddard wearing her own frothy festive getup.


Kaia Gerber, winner of the Model of the Year award.


British sprinter Dina Asher-Smith, who presented Virgil Abloh with the Urban Luxe award for Off-White, wore Dilara Findikoglu.


Presenter for the night Alek Wek wore custom Emilia Wickstead. Look at that bow!


Alexa Chung wore a mustard velvet and lace dress by her own label.


Munroe Bergdorf wore a black two-piece suit and gold headpiece.


Kendall Jenner was statuesque in a gold gown.


Victoria and David Beckham wearing her own designs.


Erin O’Connor looked magnificent in this velvet caped piece.


Georgia May Jagger wore hot pink Mulberry.


Model Lara Stone wore a tuxedo-style black dress.


Penélope Cruz presented Mert & Marcus with the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator in a jewelled dress alongside Kate Moss.


Alessandro Michele, who accepted Gucci’s Brand of the Year award.


Carey Mulligan looked radiant in this polka dot chiffon dress.


Vivienne Westwood, who was awarded the Swarovski Award for Positive Change, and Andreas Kronthaler.


Jourdan Dunn looking suitably glamorous in 16Arlington.


Kate Moss in head-to-toe aquamarine.


Neelam Gill in a mirror-ball mini.


French model Cindy Bruna in a feathered gown.


Suki Waterhouse in scalloped pastel Mulberry.


Model Fran Summers looked a vision in froufrou Valentino.


Uma Thurman presented Miuccia Prada with the Outstanding Achievement Award and wore a velvet and crystal number.


Model and VS Angel Leomie Anderson in chevron sequins.


Designer Roksanda Ilinčić wore her own fuchsia dress.


‘Lil Miquela wearing a co-ord by Richard Quinn, who won the British Emerging Talent Womenswear award.


Model of the Year nominee Adut Akech was radiant in gold.


Lana del Rey wore Gucci to present Alessandro Michele with the award for Brand of the Year.


Model Edie Campbell wore a Bowie-esque suit.

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