On a cold evening in London, the fashion industry has stepped out on the red carpet for the 2021 Fashion Awards, hosted by the British Fashion Council.
Richard Quinn is one of five designers battling tonight to win the BFC Foundation Award, which honors new talent. Priya Ahluwalia, Nensi Dojaka, Bianca Saunders and Bethany Williams are also nominated.
Other celebrities who wore Quinn tonight include Priyanka Chopra Jonas in a wavy floral dress, Hailee Steinfeld in a glittery backless polka dot jumpsuit and Addison Rae in a pink and black mermaid dress.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas will attend the 2021 Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall on 29 November 2021 in London, England. Credit: Stephane Cardinale / Corbis / Getty Images
Elsewhere on the red carpet, Gabrielle Union arrived in a statement-making Valentino couture dress, Maria Sharapova wore a dress made from recycled Evian bottles by Iris van Herpen, and Tom Daley wore a deep blue asymmetrical suit from Christian Dior.
Gabrielle Union spoke in Valentino couture. Credit: Stephane Cardinale / Corbis / Getty Images
“British fashion for me … there’s something so incredible when you can go from street style to formal style, unique style, gendered queer style,” Daley said on the red carpet in a TikTok video posted by The Fashion Awards, which livestreamed the red carpet on the social media platform. “Just to represent yourself the way you want, wear what you want and just be you, and I love that about London (especially).”
British Olympic diver Tom Daley poses on the red carpet on arrival. Credit: Mike Marsland / WireImage / Getty Images
Lily Allen and Demi Moore both arrived at Fendi, where Moore posed in her ombre knee-length dress alongside Fendi’s creative director Kim Jones. Tonight, Jones is up for the designer of the year, competing for the title with Jonathan Anderson, Demna Gvasalia, Daniel Lee and Prada’s creative directors Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons.
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