Last night was the Brits. The award ceremony that is usually the most controversial, and therefore the most exciting; with a reputation for cultivating rebellious behaviour within it’s Brit School audience, and the celebrities who attend (who can forget the Justin/Kylie bum-grab or the moment Adele’s acceptance speech got cut off..?). This year it’ll be remembered for that PR stunt gone wrong… Mastercard’s #PricelessSurprises. but as well as the raucous goings-on that we’ll probably never really know about, there’s always the anticipation of who will wear what. Here’s The Clothes Line’s pick of the best dressed…
Lily Allen opted for House of Holland while she presented an award. The singer had two outfits for the night, this playful sequin number a sleek vintage Norrell gown to contrast (both went very well with her new neon-ombre hair – no easy feat).
The Haim girls opted for understated monochrome, all choosing to wear Saint Laurent, and looking amazing. The polished look was played down with the sisters opting for simple, tousled hair and flat booties.
Brit model Daisy Lowe kept things chic in all black – but still wowed – choosing a Sister By Sibling gown with a dramatic thigh split and cobweb detailing. The Gothic look she’s working brilliantly paired with a huge smile and subtle, feminine hair and make-up.
Ellie Goulding can be proud of two things from last night; winning the British Female Solo Artist award, and choosing to wear Vivienne Westwood. The Brit winner looked a mix of girly and glamorous in the nude and cream gown, and her loose side plait completed the look.
Rosie HW (the model currently taking Britain’s underwear drawers by storm thanks to her very successful collab with M&S), looked every inch a model, flaunting her extremely long legs in Saint Laurent last night. The red sequin dress had a tuxedo look about it with the bow detailing, and was accessorised with simple black courts.
Here was one star that was getting into the spirit of summer (it’s just around the corner remember…), in a canary yellow Prada gown. Rita Ora’s polished look was slightly different to some of the outfits we’ve seen her in, but this is definitely our favourite.