At the London Coliseum yesterday, where this year’s British Fashion Awards took place, ERDEM, Victoria Beckham, and Nicolas Ghesquiere were noted to be the big winners of the evening.

Celebrating the creativity and success of British designers and the exceptional talent of those in their fields for their ability to set the global fashion agenda, the British Fashion Awards has been honouring the recipients of the BFAs for their contribution to the international fashion scene since 1989.

The noted big winners of the night included Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen who was awarded for red carpet designer of the year, Victoria Beckham whose brand was awarded for brand of the year, and Nicholas Ghesquiere for Louis Vuitton who was awarded the international designer award of the year.

At the event that evening, John Galliano presented Anna Wintour, American Vogue Editor-In-Chief and his long time supporter, with the Outstanding Achievement award, making it his first public appearance since his appointment at the house of Maison Martin Margiela. Kate Moss, his friend and muse, presented the for Red Carpet Designer to Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton. Cara Delevingne received the Model of the Year award from her older sister and fellow model friends Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls.

According to Vogue, “Elsewhere, Emma Watson, Marques Almeida, Craig Green, Prism, Simone Rocha, Anya Hindmarch, Preen, and Louis Vuitton all left with an honour; JW Anderson cemented his annual winning streak by taking home the Menswear award; and the late Professor Louise Wilson was honoured with a tribute featuring models wearing clothes created by her protégées.”

For the full list of the winners and more background on the history of the British Fashion Awards head over to their site here.

 

 

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