Winnie Harlow, Halima Aden, Selena Gomez | 15 of our favourite red-carpet looks at the British Fashion Awards

Last night, some of the biggest names in fashion gathered at The Royal Albert Hall, London for the 2017 British Fashion Awards and the red carpet fashion is everything we’ll be talking about all week.

Here are the 15 looks on which our conversations are based today:

Adwoa Aboah who won Model of the Year at the event went shimmery, glittery and metallic in this jumpsuit by Michael Halpern and we like the turban that is fast becoming her signature fashion piece
Model, Kaia Gerber is a gorgeous sight in an aqua frill crop top and skirt by Ralph & Russo
Winnie Harlow took thigh-high slits and red carpet romance to another level in Brandon Maxwell’s SpringSummer18 ready-to-wear collection
Naomi Campbell pays tribute to designer, Azzedine Alaïa who recently died in a black dress with suede top and heavily pleated chiffon bottom
Rita Ora is a metallic goddess in Versace
Model, Izabel Goulat went the sultry way in a backless, midi dress by Julien Macdonald
Donatella Versace and Lewis Hamilton in this picture are a double dose of style pleasure
Hello Irina Shayk! Thanks for blowing the whole place up in Atelier Versace. Gaddem!
We’re getting very country vibes from Selena Gomez in this frill dress by Coach. And we totally love her as a blondie…
Alexa Chung in Alexa Chung! Pretty simple
Jourdan Dunn is one of those who chose long-sleeved dresses but she’s still super sexy in the thigh-high slit number
Another Versace and another pair of boots! Stella Maxwell is a winner for this blazer dress
You can get away with being covered up as long as you’re absolutely stunning as Caroline Rush in this Emilia Wickstead number
Halima Aden makes everything looks so easy and in Topshop from head to toe? Nothing works better
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