See All the Stars at the 2014 British Fashion Awards: Rihanna, Cara Delevingne … – E! Online
Britain’s biggest night in fashion is finally here! And as expected, some of the most important names in style took to the red carpet in seriously chic attire.
Really, all eyes are on the 2014 British Fashion Awards red carpet: Held at the London Coliseum, the ceremony honors the most forward-thinking designers, models and plain ol’ good dressers who have made an impact across the pond.
First we have to give it to Rihanna, who consistently bests herself in barely there style. The songstress sported an oversize tuxedo, towering ankle-strap sandals, a diamond choker and (very) little else.
We also can’t take our eyes of models Cara Delevingne and Kendall Jenner: Both of these statuesque ladies stood out on the red carpet in statement ensembles. Cara D—tonight’s winner of the Best Model trophy—wore a shimmering, slit-to-there Burberry gown with sexy black side panels, while Kendall let her svelte figure do the talking in a trendy black-and-white jumpsuit.
Also in winter white, Emma Watson was one of the night’s main winners both on and off the red carpet. The star took home the British Style Award, and we can see why: Emma stunned in a floor-sweeping Misha Nonoo jumpsuit, which she paired with an oversize navy Dior blazer and bold red lips.
Victoria Beckham took to the red carpet with hubby David Beckham—who seemed unfazed by his recent fender-bender in England last week. (Read: By unfazed, we mean more handsome than ever.) The designer, who walked away with the Brand of the Year Award, wore a chunky knit sweater over a monochrome maxiskirt from her own label to the event.
Meanwhile, Vogue editrix Anna Wintour took to the red carpet in a black-and-white number (check the white fur capelet) with her daughter Bee Shaffer. She was presented the Outstanding Achievement Award for her influence on the world of high fashion by John Galliano—the designer behind her dress for the evening.
Who do you think was the best dressed Brit this year?