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British Fashion Awards 2022: Abbey Clancy looks glam in floor-length red dress

British Fashion Awards 2022: Abbey Clancy shows off her glamorous sense of style in a floor-length red dress with structured detail

Abbey Clancy looked sensational as she stepped out to the British Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday.

The model, 36, put on a busty display as she wore as she posed in a floor-length red dress which featured a low-cut neckline.

A gap in the middle left her skin on show, with the top being clasped together at the centre. 

In style: Abbey Clancy, 36, looked sensational as she stepped out to the British Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday

In style: Abbey Clancy, 36, looked sensational as she stepped out to the British Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday

The upper section featured some structured detail at the neckline while a ribbed texture was visible at the stomach.

Television personality Abbey – who was spotted with her glamorous mother last week – wore lashings of make-up to highlight her pretty features, opting for a pink lip for the evening.

She cut a statuesque figure as she stood on the red carpet, confidently posing with her hand on her hip.

Fashion focus: The model put on a busty display as she wore as she posed in a floor-length red dress which featured a low-cut neckline

Fashion focus: The model put on a busty display as she wore as she posed in a floor-length red dress which featured a low-cut neckline

The 2022 Fashion Awards returned to the iconic London venue The Royal Albert Hall on December 5.

The star-studded event was hosted by British and Jamaican activist and actress Jodie Turner-Smith and will be presented by Diet Coke. 

The event, one of the most anticipated moments of the global fashion calendar, celebrates fashion at the intersection of culture and is a global entertainment platform for brands, creatives, designers, artists and tastemakers who come together to celebrate the industry.

Glamour puss: A gap in the middle left her skin on show, with the top being clasped together at the centre

Glamour puss: A gap in the middle left her skin on show, with the top being clasped together at the centre

Strike a pose: The upper section featured some structured detail at the neckline while a ribbed texture was visible at the stomach

Strike a pose: The upper section featured some structured detail at the neckline while a ribbed texture was visible at the stomach

The Awards is a fundraiser for the BFC Foundation (British Fashion Council) and focuses on celebrating excellence in the fashion industry and supporting the future pipeline of creative talent. 

The ceremony was first established in 1989 in a bid to spotlight those making impressive contributions to the industry.   

The Model of the Year Award recognises the global impact of a model who over the last 12 months has dominated the industry, with an influence that transcends the catwalk.

Cheers to that! Abbey joined Laura Whitmore and Angela Scanlon as they enjoyed a selection of MALFY cocktails at 11 Cadogan Gardens prior to leaving for the awards

Cheers to that! Abbey joined Laura Whitmore and Angela Scanlon as they enjoyed a selection of MALFY cocktails at 11 Cadogan Gardens prior to leaving for the awards

Lady in red: The model and mother-of-four looked incredible in her sweeping scarlet gown as she posed up a storm before the ceremony

Lady in red: The model and mother-of-four looked incredible in her sweeping scarlet gown as she posed up a storm before the ceremony 

The nominees included Adut Akech, Lila Moss, Paloma Elsesser and Quannah Chasinghorse – with Bella Hadid winning the award. 

Nominees for Designer of the Year included Demna for Balenciaga, Jonathan Anderson for JW Anderson and Loewe, Matthieu Blazy for Bottega Veneta, Miuccia Prada – with Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino taking home the award. 

In the running for the Independent British Brand Award was Bianca Saunders, Erdem, JW Anderson, Molly Goddard and Wales Bonner.

Nominees for the BFC Foundation Award included Ahluwalia, Chopova Lowena, Nensi Dojaka, S.S.Daley and Wales Bonner.

Burberry was awarded for its significant innovation and experimentation within the Metaverse World in the past 12 months and for pushing the boundaries to showcase excellence in this space.

Model moment: Abbey wore her blonde locks swept into a sleek up-do as she prepared to walk the red carpet

Model moment: Abbey wore her blonde locks swept into a sleek up-do as she prepared to walk the red carpet 

Ladies' night: Inspired by the stylish Amalfi lifestyle and embodying the essence of La Dolce Vita, Malfy Gin was an official partner of The Fashion Awards this year

Ladies’ night: Inspired by the stylish Amalfi lifestyle and embodying the essence of La Dolce Vita, Malfy Gin was an official partner of The Fashion Awards this year

BRITISH FASHION AWARDS 2022 – THE WINNERS

Designer of the Year: Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino

Presented by: Florence Pugh

 

BFC Foundation Award: S.S.DALEY

Presented by: Golda Rosheuvel

 

Independent British Brand: Wales Bonner

Presented by: Yasmin Finney & Burna Boy

 

Special Recognition Award for Cultural Curation : Jefferson Hack

Presented by: Tilda Swinton

 

Leaders of Change

The 15 designers, brands, creatives, and individuals who created positive change within the fashion industry this past year under three categories: Environment, People and Creativity.

Presented by: Edward Enninful supported by Julie Pelipas

 

Creativity

Recognises designers and brands who made a global impact in the past year through their creativity in design, campaigns, collaborations and firm business foundation as well as defined the shape of global fashion.

Presented by: Sam Smith, Alessandro Michele, Daniel Roseberry, Harris Reed, Ibrahim Kamara and Raf Simons

Environment

Celebrates those who have made a significant contribution towards reducing the environmental impact of our industry to create positive change. They are the leaders and are setting the bar by exploring new business models, design principles, production processes, consumption, and disposal.

Presented by: Paris Jackson, Bethany Williams, Connor Ives, Gabriela Hearst, Marine Serre, Priya Ahluwalia   

 

People

Recognises those who have led change by encouraging equal, diverse, empowered workforces from head office to supply chain and shop floor. It focuses on the impact fashion has on communities.

Presented by: Emma Corrin, Aurora James, Harry Lambert, Julie Pelipas, Sinéad Burke, Rafael Pavarotti

 

Model of the Year Award: Bella Hadid

Presented by: Ashley Graham

 

Outstanding Achievement Award: Yvon Chouinard

Presented by: Elizabeth Debicki

 

Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator: Katie Grand

Presented by: Charlotte Tilbury

 

Fashion Award for Metaverse World and Gaming Experience: Burberry

Presented by: Kojey Radical

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