The BRIT Awards 2020 held at The O2 Arena on Tuesday (February 18) in London, brought out a host celebrities including models and TV presenters, who joined Lizzo, Hailee Steinfeld, Jorja Smith and Billie Eilish.
Mabel: While the lopsided, uneven drapes might put most off, this was a vibrant outing for the singer who, like Lizzo, was also wearing a custom Moschino By Jeremy Scott.
Montana Brown: The reality TV stars turned TV presenter ensured all eyes were on her wearing a Rami Kadi Couture dress, which we’ve already seen on Normani Kordei.
Paloma Faith: As you all know, I have a very soft spot for Paloma. But I was very disappointed by this Miu Miu Resort 2020 floral dress, which felt too precious for the occasion. When you factor in the pink hat, it takes the whole thing into Kentucky Derby territory.
Maya Jama: I don’t usually comment on celebrity relationships, in this case it’s relevant, so bare with me.
This is the first event in which the TV presenter was likely to bump into her ex Stormzy on the red carpet.
If you look closely at this Alonuko bespoke black velvet gown, it kind feels like it was inspired by Lady Diana’s post-divorce revenge dress.
Jimmy Choo accessories and Bvlgari jewels completed her stunning look.
Charli XCX: Proving that black can have an impact, even in its most purest form, the singer shied away from her usually rebellious spirit, for something quite dainty in this Fendi dress with Bvlgari jewels.
Michelle Keegan: No disco balls were needed in the venue, as the British TV actress dazzled enough to light up any room wearing a Galia Lahav silver sequin backless gown, styled with an Atelier Swarovski clutch and Sophia Webster heels.
Ellie Goulding: I love this new silhouette from Ellie. This Koché Spring 2020 patchwork sheer dress isn’t fit the singer’s usual red carpet M.O. but despite the cut outs and transparency I find it really elegant.
Adwoa Aboah: Busy juggling her fashion week schedule, the model was looking as elegant as ever wearing a draped asymmetric slip dress from the Vivienne Westwood Made-to-Order collection.
Laura Whitmore: The Love Island host made a statement in her sequin newspaper-print Clio Peppiatt dress and feather clutch.
Anne-Marie: The singer might be having fun with pink at the moment, but this punk-Disney princess mash up kind feels a bit forced.
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