02.12.14

Poppy Delevingne In Topshop – 2014 British Fashion Awards

Poppy Delevingne In Topshop - 2014 British Fashion Awards

Poppy Delevingne was also spotted at the 2014 British Fashion Awards on Monday (December 1) at the London Coliseum in England, where she was on-hand to support her supermodel-sis Cara Delevingne.

In a sea of high fashion, the socialite instead flaunted a high-street look in a Topshop wispy black embellished frock that signaled yet another incarnation of the sheer trend.

Yet there is still a fresh, boho edge to her interpretation of the sexy, see-through party dress, especially when teamed with a whimsical cat clutch by Charlotte Olympia and Nicholas Kirkwood hexagon-accented pumps.

Vamping up her typically au naturel beauty approach, she wore a sultry smoky eye and coaxed her blonde locks into a voluminous blowout.

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Emma Watson In Misha Nonoo – 2014 British Fashion Awards

Emma Watson In Misha Nonoo - 2014 British Fashion Awards

Emma Watson was another big winner at the 2014 British Fashion Awards, as the starlet took home the British Style Icon Award on Monday (December 1).

Showing just why she nabbed the trophy, she walked the red carpet at England’s London Coliseum in a Misha Nonoo Spring 2015 white, wide-legged jumpsuit covered by an oversized (albeit style-forward) black tuxedo blazer.

The more critical among us may have immediately discounted the ensemble on the basis of that coat, but once removed, the true spirit of the look was revealed.

Emma has always been one to work the masculine-feminine angle quite well, and she does so to perfection here again with the plunge neckline contributing a sultry edge to the mannish, baggy silhouette of the pant.

A red lip and sideswept waves are all that’s needed to finish out the effortlessly chic statement, which was easily one of my favourites of the night.

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Victoria Beckham In Victoria Beckham – 2014 British Fashion Awards

Victoria Beckham In Victoria Beckham - 2014 British Fashion Awards
Victoria Beckham won the Brand of the Year honour at the 2014 British Fashion Awards at the London Coliseum in London, England on Monday (December 1).

The designer, who has always been her eponymous label’s best ambassador, dressed in a look from her Fall 2014 collection.

In true Victoria style, she wore it better than the runway model, streamlining the oversized black sweater and black-and-white pleated skirt with pushed-up sleeves, a visible chain-link belt, and her signature pose.

You may remember that Victoria wore a similar look to the Selfridges photocall last month.

Nonchalant and chic, but what else would we expect from VB. But are you ready to see her in another colour aside from her recent black or white streak?

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Ellie Goulding In Roland Mouret – 2014 British Fashion Awards

Ellie Goulding In Roland Mouret - 2014 British Fashion Awards

Ellie Goulding attended the 2014 British Fashion Awards at the London Coliseum in London, England on Monday (December 1).

With a number of shorter dresses on display, the British singer-songwriter selected a long strapless gown from Roland Mouret’s Resort 2015 collection.

While the look was composed almost entirely of dove-grey lace embroidery, the designer’s signature asymmetrical structural detail was reflected in the white foldover bodice.

She completed the ensemble with a sprinkling of jewels, including hoop earrings and a few rows of rings, along with a bronzed complexion.

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Alexa Chung In Emilia Wickstead – 2014 British Fashion Awards

Alexa Chung In Emilia Wickstead - 2014 British Fashion Awards

Alexa Chung was also among the modish mix at the 2014 British Fashion Awards, hosted at the London Coliseum in London, England on Monday (December 1).

She donned an Emilia Wickstead collared frock that was prim and proper, thanks to a lined version of the runway version, echoing the ladylike theme of her entrance at the BFA Nominees Dinner a couple nights before.

She even wore the same pair of black retro, ankle-strap shoes and bold-red lip.

While the structure of the dress could seem a bit stiff, the shimmery fabric and leg-peeking front slit add a lighthearted touch.

The statement Charlotte Olympia clutch also brought punchy playfulness to the more buttoned-up look. The bright-blue handbag was every bit of whimsical fun with its takeout container shape and colourful insect embroidery.

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