Cara Delevingne: Known for her preference for suits on the red carpet, the model channelled her inner Dita Von Teese on this occasion, wearing a sultry long-sleeve black gown by Vivienne Westwood. Going the distance, she styled the look with a diamond Messika necklace, screen-siren waves and a plump red lip.
Isabeli Fontana: I was blown away by the Brazilian model in her Ralph & Russo Spring 2015 Couture gown, having seen it sweep down the runway just a month ago. I love the airiness, the seductive sheer elements and of course the pretty floral appliqués. Factor in the bold violet lip and braided hairdo, and this was one of my favourites on the night.
Jourdan Dunn: The model served up no surprises wearing a Tom Ford dress sliced and diced for maximum impact to showcase her figure styled with Messika Jewellery.
Naomi Campbell: The model wore a silver pailette custom design by Burberry that was typical Naomi. Sadly, I couldn’t get on board with the mumsy ankle-strap pumps. They didn’t have the same maximum impact nor did they complement her dress.
Lily Donaldson: The British model wore a vibrant Emilio Pucci multicolour mini dress with beaded embellishment from the Spring 2015 collection with a pair of sad, sad Casadei pumps.
Abbey Clancy: Taking maternity wear down the sexy route, the British model wore a lace Marc Jacobs Resort 2015 dress, styling the look with a white clutch to match the lining of her dress and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals. I am not a fan of this dress by any means, but she manages to make it work for her.