Celebrities were out in full force on Monday evening as they flocked to the Royal Albert Hall in London to attend the 2022 British Fashion Awards.

Famous faces including Amanda Holden and Maya Jama wowed on the red carpet, along with the likes of Rochelle Humes, Paloma Faith and Naomi Campbell.

Also on the star-studded guest list was actress Elizabeth Debicki, 32, who cut a chic figure in a plunging white shirt and black tailored trousers.

Elizabeth, who has portrayed Princess Diana in The Crown, wore her blonde locks in loose curls and opted for an glam make-up look featuring heavy eyeliner.

Elizabeth wore her crisp white shirt unbuttoned with a long silver necklace and finished off her look with a series of chunky rings and pointed black heels.

She looked effortlessly chic as she arrived on the red carpet, where she was joined by Vogue Editor-In-Chief Edward Enninful, who looked stylish in a three-piece tuxedo.

The British Fashion Awards is a fundraiser for the BFC Foundation (British Fashion Council) and is one of the biggest events in the fashion social calendar each year.

Celebrities, brands, creatives, designers, and artists come together to celebrate the fashion industry and share support for future creative talent.


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The 2022 awards were hosted by Jodie Turner-Smith and presented by Diet Coke.

The prestigious Model Of The Year Award was awarded to supermodel Bella Hadid, 26, who accepted the gong via video call at the ceremony. Ashley Graham presented the award to Carlos Nazario, who accepted it on behalf of Bella.

Jefferson Hack, co-founder of Dazed Media, took home The Special Recognition Award for Cultural Curation, which celebrates outstanding contributions to the fashion industry.

Pier Paolo Piccioli won Designer Of The Year and the Independent British Brand award was given to Grace Wales Bonner.

The B.F.C Foundation Award, which recognises an emerging designer, was awarded to S.S. Daley and Katie Grand took home the gong for Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator.

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