Suki Waterhouse: The model looked beautifully windswept in Rami Kadi Spring 2019 Couture. The zigzagging placement of the ruffles and plunge counter the twee.
Florence Welch: The double nominee was a bohemian goddess in Gucci. Even though we expected this direction, the flowing lace still wowed in its understated way.
Lilah Parsons: Clad in Natalie & Alanna, the DJ and presenter threw it back to the Swinging Sixties. Thankfully she traded the go-go boots for platform heels.
Maya Jama: She floated onto the red carpet in LOULOU. The tulle confection is made for the moment. My only nitpick is that she had to hold it.
Caroline Flack: The ‘Love Island’ presenter kept things short and simple in Zhivago. The LBD would likely have been forgotten about if it wasn’t for the wonky asymmetrical cups and deep plunge.
Winnie Harlow: Taking a break from the shows, the Canadian model had a dramatic moment in Elie Saab Spring 2019. Between the cutouts and flared skirt, the headscarf unfortunately gets lost.
Abbey Clancy: She looked like one striking mama-to-be in shimmering Alexandre Vauthier.
Grace Chatto: The ‘Clean Bandit’ singer’s Natasha Zinko Spring 2019 gown worked with her cotton candy hair. The material intriguingly brings to mind grey marl sweatshirt fabric.
Vick Hope: The radio and TV presenter shone in Zeynep Kartal. Her gams are reflecting as much as her dress and jewels.
Laura Whitmore: The Irish beauty injected some fun into a blazer dress in flirty Emilio de la Morena. I sense the green frill on the sleeve might have some making dinosaur comparisons.
Tallia Storm: The ‘It’s The GC’ singer certainly didn’t go unnoticed in Dolce & Gabbana thanks to the shimmering stripes with embroidery and appliqués.
Alice Levine: Wearing The Vampire’s Wife and Lark & Berry jewels, she struck a bewitching mood. It will likely get lost among the outré outfits.
Clara Amfo: The BBC Radio 1 presenter’s sequined Ashish dress was full of shine and movement. It’s the most jovial camouflage print.
Emma Bunton: The Spice Girl let others command attention. She kept things clean in a white blazer dress with metallic accents.
H.E.R.: ‘True diva’ is the phrase that popped into my head when first seeing the singer serving up her metallic ensemble.
Neelam Gill: The L’Oréal model’s Fausto Puglisi look harked back to the 1980’s with its neon stripes. The bow shoes might be my favourite part.
Mabel McVey: The ‘Don’t Call Me Up’ singer added a darker edge to a prom silhouette in a mullet hemmed Alexandre Vauthier gown with René Caovilla Cleo Maxi Strass sandals and Messika jewels. Lily Aldridge wore this same dress back in 2017.