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Brightness, celebrities and big outfits. This could summarize the red carpet of the British Fahion Awards, which took place on December 2 at the London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Among the looks of the guests you can see the maximalist trend constantly present in great bows, among which there is without doubt Leonie Hanne’s or Lily James’,
and the volumes of the dresses such as those worn by both Winnie Harlow and Adut Akech.
However, in this area the designer Liya Kebede and Shailene Woodley stand out especially, the latter being in my opinio,n the one that was crowned with the most original dress of the night; since it includes a texture that has not yet been given on any other red carpet, but also risks with the entire whole, not just a part of it as Liya Kebede does, demonstrating how you can rock a red carpet and with warm “down jacket”.
We must also highlight the history behind these original designs, in which the designer mentioned above collaborated; both are part of the collaboration between Pierpaolo Piccioli and Moncler Genius with which he wanted to give haute couture a contribution from the Ethiopian perspective since originally haute couture designs were only for white people. The designer Pierpaolo Piccioli himself for the presentation of the collection, showing off his models, published on social networks:
“The change will not happen if we wait for another person or another time. We ourselves are the ones we have been waiting for. We are the change that we seek. “
Next, we have the shine, present in these awards in two ways: sequins and metallic details. This trend has been signed by men as relevant as Lewis Hamilton, in silver and Jon Kortajarena, in gold, who also risked to change the usual bow tie and tie for a black bow.
As for the women, they used highlighted metallic details for the dresses such as the one of Naomi Campbell that wore matching earrings, the sequins combined with feathers by Emma Roberts in a look that brings to mind the cabaret costumes. The minimalist outfit by Elsa Hosk is also remarkable, a slightly semi-transparent two pieces; and finally that of actress Sandra Oh, whose dress combined the two trends of this winter, sequins and lace, in a risky way and not quite my taste due to a feeling of overload in the complements for a dress that required prominence or even the lack of homogeneity of the latter.