The British Fashion Awards is one of the most glamorous events in the fashion world’s calendar – but not every attendee nailed their outfit for last night’s star-studded event.
Paloma Faith, Rita Ora and Charli XCX were among the celebrities whose ensembles didn’t quite hit the mark for the fashion industry’s big night out at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
The annual event – in which British Fashion Council recognises outstanding talent in the UK’s fashion industry – was hosted by Love Island presenter Maya Jama, who commanded attention in a white corset-style dress with sheet stockings.
Love Island’s Tasha Ghouri, 24, led the worst dressed on the red carpet as she arrived in a baby blue velvet ruffled gown.
The statement dress featured extravagant ruffles all along the train, neckline and waist and exaggerated skirt.
Love Island’s Tasha Ghouri led the worst dressed stars on the British Fashion Awards red carpet last night
The reality star tucked her long hair into the neckline of the dress and completed her bold look with some turquoise earrings and electric blue eyeliner.
Meanwhile, Charli XCX donned an equally daring outfit for last night’s glamorous bash.
The pop star, 31, opted for a bright yellow ruched silk gown with sheer black long sleeves, which matched her plain tights.
The singer’s dress also appeared to have a red flower at the centre of the dress, which had pieces of black material hanging from it.
Styling her hair in waves, the singer also brought out the colour of her dress with some electric yellow makeup too.
Paloma Faith was another celebrity who struggled to pull off her show-stopping look.
The singer, 42, donned a grey iridescent dress that was tied together with a bright red drawstrings.
The mother-of-two styled her blonde hair in tight curls and wore a heavy smokey eye for the event.
Singer Charli XCX, 23, opted for an equally daring yellow silk ensemble with black sheer sleeves
Paloma Faith was another star who struggled to pull off her daring ensemble. The mother-of-two wore this grey iridescent dress that was tied together with a bright red drawstrings
Model and actress Aweng Chuol missed the mark in this glittering gold maxi dress and matching puffer jacket
Rita Ora’s black dress looked like any normal frock from the front – but the sheer back was covered in embellishment
Tasha’s statement dress featured extravagant ruffles all along the train, neckline and waist and exaggerated skirt
The singer’s dress also appeared to have a red flower at the centre of the dress, which had pieces of black material hanging from it
Styling her hair in waves, the singer also brought out the colour of her dress with some electric yellow makeup too
The mother-of-two styled her blonde hair in tight curls and wore a heavy smokey eye for the event
The model Aweng Chuol wore this glittering gold dress with a huge train and matching puffer jacket
Abbey Clancy also took a risk with her black lace outfit – consisting of a shredded bralette, sheer trousers and a 90s-inspired chocker
Model Abbey Clancy matched her makeup to her grungy outfit – opting for a heavy smoky eye and nude lip
Model and actress Aweng Chuol was another guest who missed the fashion mark at last night’s event.
The star, 24, wore a shimmering gold high-necked dress with a matching oversized puffer jacket and silver statement earrings.
Rita Ora posed up a storm on the red carpet last night and happily showed off the daring back of her black gown.
From the front, the singer’s dress looked like any other simple black frock – but the sheer back was covered in shimmering silver embellishments, which looked like a dinosaur’s back.
Abbey Clancy also took a risk with her black lace outfit – consisting of a shredded bralette, sheer trousers and a 90s-inspired chocker.
Iris Law intended to shock with her outfit at the British Fashion Awards last night – comprising of a crop top adorned with fake bones
The star – who is the daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost – wore a black crop top with the word ‘sex’ written out in fake bones
Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause missed the mark in her glittering black-and-silver mini skirt and crop top with questionable embellishment
The reality star finished off her ensemble with a pair of towering black heels with floral detail
Singer Tallia Storm failed to pull off her homage to Marilyn Monroe with her sheer sparkly dress, which had a statement bright pink train
Tallia Storm pictured arriving at the event. The singer used the feathered pink train to protect herself from the rain
American actress Olivia Culpo’s divisive black dress featured two pink embellishments on either side
Book editor Tish Weinstock opted for this gothic sheer black gown with a silver spider-web design
Actress and model Wallis Day wore a floor-length black silk skirt and a silver embellished crop top
Model Sophia Hadjipanteli braved the cold in a pair of black frilly gloves with red polish painted on the fingertips
American dancer Mette Towley arrived at the Royal Albert Hall in a show-stopping purple jacket dress with a huge ruffled skirt
Once inside, American dancer Mette Towley opted for a hot pink bra and short set for the biggest night in the British fashion industry’s calendar
Designer Nikita Karizma arrived at the British Fashion Awards wearing a champagne-coloured dressed with a sparkly lobster embellishment
American model Kristen McMenamy braved the rain in this billowing grey ballgown for the Fashion Awards
The American model went all out for the event – with a silver handbag and statement shimmering necklace – but somehow missed the mark
Singer Lilah Pi didn’t quite pull off her statement white gown, which she paired with a stiletto and over-the-knee boot
Actress Saffron Hocking’s divisive pink velvet mini dress – which she paired with sheer tights – featured a sheer maxi skirt
Model Cora Corre donned this sheer floral dress with a tulle neckline and hem for the British Fashion Awards
What’s more, Iris Law is another model whose daring ensemble didn’t quite pay off.
The star – who is the daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost – wore a black crop top with the word ‘sex’ written out in fake bones.
The model – who had curled sections of her peroxide blonde hair in ringlets – finished off her look with a metallic red maxi skirt and a nude pair of heels.
Anne Hathaway looked as chic as ever in a low-cut yellow dress and silver necklace as she made her appearance, while actress Lily James opted for a beautiful cut-out navy number.
Also on the night Rosie Huntington-Whiteley flashed her abs in a cut-out black dress as she made waves on the red carpet.
Radio presenter Ashley Roberts, 42, wore a leggy green gown which had a plunging neckline and boosted her height with black strappy heels.
Elsewhere model Sara Sampaio, 32, commanded attention in a tired white dress which she wore with glamorous black gloves while Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock wore a backless red dress.
Also arriving to the red carpet was TV presenter Laura Whitmore, 38, who wore a black mini dress with sexy lace tights as she worked her best angles for the camera.