British Fashion Award Trends: Kate Moss rocks a fishnet frock, Victoria Beckham goes ‘goth’ and the rest go all-out ‘glam’

Victoria Beckham may have unleashed her inner Morticia Addams at the British Fashion Awards – and taken home a Design Award to boot – but she’s not the only star to pull out the style punches.

Kate Moss upped the ‘rock’ ante with a fishnet dress, red lippie and her now winter staple Mongolian fur coat plus Louboutin heels while Model of 2011 Stella Tennant followed suit in a similar glossy black jacket (better be faux ladies).

Poppy Delevigne and Olivia Palermo reaped the fringe benefits in, well, fringed Matthew Williamson frocks – Palermo even slipped on a frugal pair of Topshop fashion heels.

In fact, Matthew Williamson seemed to the label of choice for the star studded guest list – despite not being up for an award this year.

Award-winning accessories designer Charlotte Olympia appears to be dressing the majority of the fash’ packs shoe racks too – with both Alexa Chung and Samantha Cameron wearing her designs.

While Victoria (victorious) Beckham and Kate Moss may’ve gone head to head in ‘goth’ vs ‘rock’ threads Alexa Chung (Britain’s new Ambassador for Style), Georgia May Jagger (in Julian Macdonald) and Tali Lennox (in molten Mulberry) all went for a decidedly more glamorous feel – in festive-appropriate sparkly dresses.

Abbey Clancey and Kelly Brook were the only stars to buck the trends on the night, both of them opting for more Grecian-inspired gowns in tan suede and white respectively.

No one (bar boob flashing Mrs Mark Ronson Josephine de la Baume in Julien Macdonald) erred too far into kray-zee high-fashion land either.

A good thing too when you consider that this lot are the crème de la crème of British fashion. Stella McCartney even managed to pull off a chequered jumpsuit plus matching portfolio clutch, before collecting her award for Red Carpet designer of 2011.

Rock, glam, goth or pop – they all look great. But who takes home your best dressed of the night award?


Source: Mirror