Last night (February 21) the finest in music gathered to the O2 arena in London for the annual Brit awards to celebrate both British and International musical talent.
Among the star-studded red carpet were extravagant tulle gowns, feathered statements and sequinned ensembles.
Artists Dua Lipa, Paloma Faith and Ellie Goulding were just some of the many stars holding a single white rose on the red carpet in support of ‘Time’s Up’ movement against sexual harassment.
Dua Lipa, who won two Brit awards, was among the first to arrive in a romantic pink-tiered tulle dress by Giambattista Valli, with black ribbon detail to the waist.
Rita Ora and Adwoa Aboah donned ethereal white-feathered gowns, with Rita wearing Ralph and Russo and Adwoa wearing Sonia Rykiel. Holly Willoughby’s dress also had feathers around the hem-line, but held a more bodycon silhouette.
Presenter Maya Jama wore a glittering Henry Holland pink mini dress with embellished Sophia Webster heels
Haim, who were nominated for Best International Group, all wore different prints and textures but didn’t clash in lace, tulle and gothic florals.
Jess Glynne wore a nude suit with big chunky boots and retro glasses, all a bit too mis-matched and maybe this look would have worked better if the suit had been more fitted.
Ellie Goulding opted for an 80s style mini dress with big shoulders and a tiered skirt.
Check out our slideshows below for the best and worst dressed on the Red Carpet at this years Brit awards.
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