December 5, 2017

The Fashion Awards 2017 Red Carpet Roundup

Posted by Rachel Watkins

The long list of stars continued in full force at The Fashion Awards 2017 on Monday (December 4) in London.

Kaia Geber: I loved seeing the young model have some fun with the flirty nature of ruffles in this Ralph & Russo Spring 2018 two-piece, cold-shoulder look. It was style-forward, chic, and sweet at the same time. Messika jewels completed her look.

Adwoa Aboah: There was no sequin left unturned in this Halpern Spring 2018 sequin number, but it was the platform footwear that compromised its fresh potential.

Jourdan Dunn: The sultry seduction of the Versace label was fully celebrated in this orange gown. But I most loved the model’s gorgeous beauty look.

Agyness Deyn: Androgyny reigned supreme in this Burberry menswear suit that celebrated the label’s classic plaid aesthetic. Agyness made no apologies for it, either, with her black loafers adding to the mannish appeal.

Winnie Harlow:
I love the pastel mint hue of this sweeping Brandon Maxwell design.

Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert: There would be no missing Giovanna in this sculptural Richard Quinn cape-like coat dress and its explosion of retro floral print.

Naomi Campbell: I actually found this Azzedine Alaïa black gown to be on the safe side for the supermodel—not that it didn’t convey a sense of elegance. Bulgari jewellery rounded out the look.

Eva Herzigova: Taking the LBD to the next level, Eva sizzled in this Versace mini, where it was her over-the-knee boots and Chopard jewels that added even more sassy-seductive impact to the look.

Erykah Badu: I was getting a certain feeling of sensory overload with this look that melded patterned tapestry with multi-colour fur, all topped off with patent Gucci sock shoes.

Livia Firth: While this look from Osman for the Green Carpet Challenge was flush with intriguing patterning, it flowed sophisticatedly. And I will always love a good cape effect. Chopard jewels rounded out the eco-beautiful look.

Anna Cleveland:
With another pattern-heavy look, this Mulberry ensemble also had the benefit of unified consistency in texture and print to create impact with overload.

Amber Valletta: Without a centimetre to spare, this Saint Laurent number cut it close on the hemline—while boasting a distinct ’80s flavour.

Anne Ewers: Also in a Saint Laurent frock, she rocked the label’s signature fashionably rebellious tinge here that was further celebrated with her feathered sandals for a bit of whimsical fun.

Anja Rubik: Apparently Amber’s mini wasn’t as short as it would seem—at least not compared to the micro proportions of this leggy Saint Laurent lace babydoll frock.

Ashley Graham: Letting the simple yet sultry construction of this Vivienne Westwood dress take top billing, I love her more minimal, classic approach with De Beers jewels to add a dash of sparkle.

Irina Shayk: Versace’s signature asymmetric splice was shown here in a crystallized white version.

Stella Maxwell: Despite the decorative elements of these Versace Spring 2018 mega boots and mini tuxedo dress, the sexy effect wasn’t compromised by over-styling.

Arizona Muse: Some may be put off by the visible underwear line of this custom Emilia Wickstead plisse gown—and perhaps the fit of the bodice. But, there will be no denying its luscious cherry-red hue and beautiful embellishment.

Izabel Goulart: Something about his glittery Julien Macdonald dress seemed a bit ubiquitous—and much like something we’ve seen before.

Yasmin Le Bon: Also celebrating the strength of the red hue, she wore a lace Preen frock that flowed with boho charm.

Georgia May Jagger: In comparison to some other looks of the evening, this Matty Bovan piece felt rather underdressed—and a bit haphazard with the gigantic earrings.

Hailey Baldwin: Apparently there was an unwritten micro-mini theme, as Hailey also went to great lengths to flaunt her enviable pins in this barely-there Topshop look.

Laura Bailey: This was an occasion where I couldn’t get on board of crimson and pink together, as the red handbag sat wrong on this shimmery pink The Vampire’s Wife gown.

Suki Waterhouse: I tried to find favour with this Maison Margiela sheer dress and gold bodysuit, but the shape and seaming just translated as a bit messy.

Erin O’Connor: With so much of a floral motif happening in this Christopher Kane coat dress, I would have lost the choker at the very least and perhaps streamlined the look to a more basic shoe.

Lilah Parsons: Simple but sweet and sophisticated was Lilah’s look in this asymmetric Victoria Beckham dress.

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