The British Fashion Awards presented a highly deserved Christopher Bailey with designer of the year last night. The creative director of Burberry wasn't the only winner as Georgia May Jagger scooped model of the year and plenty of other hard working designer were rewarded for their graft. Now it's time to see who wore what to the fashion oscars.
It was a glam night in London last night, as the best of British style was celebrated at the Royal Courts of Justice during the British Fashion Awards. Black was the colour of the night, with many celebs donning the colour including Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham, who posed and pouted together at the event. Kate was accompanied by her man Jamie Hince, and was social at the party, chatting to The September Issue's Grace Coddington and cuddling up to Vivienne Westwood.
Daisy Lowe, Pixie Geldof, Myleene Klass and Erin O'Connor also wore black, while Laura Bailey, Jameela Jamil, James Corden, Rosamund Pike and Claudia Schiffer brought some colour to the occasion along with Karen Elson who fell off the stage — walking into the orchestra pit! Oops.Christopher Bailey won designer of the year and FabUK has the rest of the winners here for you to check out!
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Earlier today, the BFC released a list of the 25 most powerful people in British fashion and there is an extra award this evening as the public votes for the Grazia Style Icon. Check out the list of nominees here, and stay tuned for a list of winners.
With just a few weeks to go until the 2009 British Fashion Awards take place on December 9th, the British Fashion Council have just released a list of nominees. The awards celebrate the movers and shakers in the fashion industry from newcomers to classic brands. Last years winners included Luella (who has since lost financial support for her label) and Jourdan Dunn. This year, model of the year is sure to be the most talked about category as Daisy Lowe, Georgia May Jagger and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley battle it out for the prize. I am quite surprised that these three have been chosen as none of them are big catwalk names, instead they have all landed very impressive campaigns. What do you think of the nominees?
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The British Fashion Awards is one of the biggest dates in the fashion calendar. The awards celebrate everybody who is involved in the industry from designers to models. The date for 2009 has just been revealed by the British Fashion Council and it will take place on December 9th, at The Royal Courts of Justice, in London.The awards recognises the most influential in the industry which creates around £8.5 billion worth of goods a year. It is again sponsored by Swarovski and will be judged by an international panel of editors, buyers, and models. Last year, Luella Bartley scooped designer of the year whilst Jourdan Dunn bagged best model. Who do you think we win designer of the year for 2009?