British Fashion Awards 2019 Highlights

by HULA , December 6, 2019

The biggest names in British fashion have once again conglomerated in the Royal Albert Hall of London for the most anticipated annual British Fashion Award on the 2nd of December 2019. With 2019’s most-coveted and sought after designers, models and celebrities, the star-studded event is filled with standout fashion moments. From the Best Designer of the Year to the Award for Positive Change: Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, we’re excited to be covering the highlights of the Award, and of course, the red carpet looks of the night. Read on for the rundown of winners and unforgettable looks from the night.

 

Brand of the Year: Bottega Venta

Daniel Lee

 

With multiple cult products under its belt this year, to name a couple, “The Pouch” and “The Strech Sandals”, it is no surprise that Bottega Venta rose to become the top brand of the year. Daniel Lee, the creative director for one of loftiest Italian luxury brand, expectedly and incredibly impressively acclaimed 4 coveted accolades: Designer of the Year, Accessories Designer of the Year, Womenswear Designer of Year and Brand of the Year.

SHOP BOTTEGA VENTA

 

 

Designers’ Designer Awards: Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane

 

SHOP CHRISTOPHER KANE

 

Trailblazer Award: Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

Sarah Burton

SHOP ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

 

Award For Positive Changes: Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

Accepted by: Emmanuel Gintzburger, Alexander McQueen; Gabriele Maggio, Stella McCartney; José Neves, Farfetch; Stefan Seidel, Puma; Thierry Andretta, Mulberry and Wolfgang Blau, Condé Nast 

Image Courtesy of UNFCCC

Under the auspices of UN Climate Change, fashion stakeholders worked during 2018 to identify ways in which the broader textile, clothing and fashion industry can move towards a holistic commitment to climate action. They created the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action which contains the vision to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. The Fashion Industry Charter was launched at COP24 in Katowice, Poland, in December 2018. 

 

Fashion Icon: Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell

 

Urban Luxe: Fenty

Business Leader: Remo Ruffini for Moncler

British Emerging Talent Womenswear: Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

British Emerging Talent Menswear: Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

Outstanding Achievement Award: Giorgio Armani 

Special Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

 

 

…and how can we forget the best looks of the night? 

 

Rihanna in Fenty

Rihanna

 

 

Adwoa Aboah in John Calliano

Adwoa Aboah

 

 

Giorgio Armani and Julia Roberts in Giorgio Armani

Giorgio Armani and Julia Roberts

SHOP GIORGIO ARMANI 

 

Lottie Moss in Alberta Ferretti 

Lottie Moss

SHOP ALBERTA FERRETI

 

Winnie Harlow in Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood 

Winnie Harlow

 

 

Naomi Campbell in Alexander McQueen

Naomi Campbell

SHOP ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

 

Erin O’Connor in Emilia Wickstead

Erin O’Connor

 

 

 

Source:

United Nations Climate Change

 

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