Rocking or Shocking the Brits 19

From Geri Halliwell’s Union Jack dress to Lady Gaga’s white-tiered Francesco Scognamiglio gown, The Brit Awards, has been responsible for some truly iconic fashion moments.

This year, leading the best dressed was presenter Maya Jama,  who wore one of the most eye-catching dresses of the evening.

The 24-year-old arrived in a dramatic frothy tulle number, which was accessorised with a pair of statement earrings and a high ponytail.

My other favourite Dua Lipa however, went for a much more understated look this time around, wearing a Christopher Kane lace bodice cupcake dress from the brand’s latest autumn/winter 2019 collection.

Jess Glynne arriving in a slinky ice blue gown, which boasted a draped asymmetric top, open back and sweeping train, by Vivienne Westwood couture. Her hair should’ve been worn loose.

Little Mix created a trend of their own on the evening, as Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock all championed very high-leg slits. For once the girl band didn’t wear completely coordinating outfits, instead letting their personality shine through in varying silhouettes.

Shocking the red carpet was the usually beautiful Jorja Smith – this time looking awful in feathers and these nightmares…

The red carpet also saw some very dapper gents show off their style credentials. Liam Payne opted for a classic black suit with a dash of burgundy trim, Calvin Harris wore a sharp khaki creation and Shawn Mendes made a sartorial statement in a duck egg blue design.

The fact that it opened with ‘The Greatest Showman’ meant it was destined to be awful from the start.

Also, Rocking the red carpet on the night:

The disasters were Paloma and Kelly:

And the ultimate winner was Florence;

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