A host of models held court at the 2014 British Fashion Awards, where the runway stunners took to the red carpet at the London Coliseum in London, England on Monday (December 1).
Daisy Lowe: She may have been dressed in shades of blush-pink, but there was a sexy side to all that sweetness with her Antonio Berardi asymmetrical, figure-hugging gown that was slit to her hip. A heart-embellished clutch by Charlotte Olympia finished the look on a lighthearted note.
Suki Waterhouse: From shades of pink to shades of blue, the model subscribed to the sheer trend in a Burberry Prorsum Spring 2015 tiered and pleated, navy ombre-inspired frock that was perhaps one shade too see-through. Gold metallic sandals provided a spirited contrast, but the baby-blue edged purse had no business here.
Joan Smalls: This Tom Ford scoop-neck LBD was sliced and diced with side cutouts and slits galore. She completed the skin-baring look with black Givenchy heels and a Rauwolf clutch.
Cara Delevingne: The Best Model award winner sauntered out a glittery Burberry nude number with the sequins slashed through with bold black paneling. A sexy thigh-high slit and a smoldering, smoky-eye stare completed this catwalker’s look.
Kendall Jenner: When she wasn’t posing for the camera with her model-friend Cara, Kendall worked her angles in a structured, cream-coloured Emilio Pucci jumpsuit accented with a wide black racing stripe down each side. Forgoing jewels and only accessorizing with a small black clutch and red lip, she was the epitome of chic minimalism.
Liya Kebede: Bringing a vibrant pop of coral to the red carpet, Liya was lovely in a Louis Vuitton embellished dress with a loose, boho silhouette enhanced by statement earrings and black knee-high boots.
Karolina Kurkova: Also stunning in colour, the supermodel wore a melon-hued, asymmetrical Viktor & Rolf Couture gown that was tied at the waist with a sash and strewn with graphic applique embellishment that reminded me of confetti—or a giraffe. A bold red lip completed the quirky-sophisticated effect.
Karlie Kloss: She may fail to always impress on the red carpet, but this time Karlie cut an ultra-glam profile in a metallic backless gown that cascaded down her statuesque frame like liquid silver.
Kate Moss: Channeling a bit of retro flavour, Kate wore an Alexander McQueen Spring 2015 Kansai-print kimono dress with statement earrings and plain-black pumps.
Naomi Campbell: To go with her uber-long extensions, the supermodel posed in a custom Alexander McQueen blue embroidered silk halter gown. It was almost a shame all those locks were covering up the intricate, shapely detail of the sultry body-con design.
Which model struts out the best-dressed in your book?