Fashion

British Fashion Awards 2010

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There was only one ticket in town last night, as faces from the international fashion industry arrived at London's Savoy Hotel for the British Fashion Awards.

The ceremony celebrated the successes and creativity of British designers and talent. Fashion's top women were scooping up the gongs. Phoebe Philo, creative director of Céline, won Designer of the Year. Naomi Campbell won a Special Recognition award, Lara Stone was named Model of 2010 and Alexa Chung crowned for Best British Style (the only award voted by the public).

Meanwhile, the late Alexander McQueen, celebrated throughout the night, was honoured with the post-humous BFC Outstanding Achievement in Fashion award. Lady Gaga's influential stylist Nicola Formichetti won the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator. Shoe genius Nicholas Kirkwood won for Accessory Designer and bag behemoth Mulberry won Designer Brand.

See our gallery of the winners and best-dressed of the night...

  • Naomi Campbell

    Naomi Campbell won a Special Recognition award for her contribution to fashion over her 25 years in the industry.

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  • Yasmin Le Bon

    Yasmin Le Bon in a bright Christopher Kane dress.

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  • Samantha Cameron

    Samantha Cameron took to her role as British fashion ambassador and presented the Alexander McQueen award.

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  • Claudia Schiffer

    Claudia Schiffer in Mary Katrantzou.

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  • Thandie Newton

    Thandie Newton in an eye-catching blue and white Peter Pilotto dress.

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  • Daisy Lowe

    Daisy Lowe looked stunning in black lace.

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  • Alexa Chung

    Alexa Chung won the British Style award which was voted for by the public. The award recognises a person that embodies the spirit of British fashion and is an international ambassador for the UK.

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  • Lara Stone

    Lara Stone won Model of 2010. The British-Dutch model is the face of Calvin Klein, has shot several Vogue covers and has been pretty much all over the place this year. She beat David Gandy and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and was presented the award by rocker Johnny Borrell.

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  • Phoebe Philo

    Phoebe Philo was presented with the Designer of the Year award by Bianca Jagger. As Creative Director of Céline she was up against Christopher Kane and Erdem.

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  • Victoria Beckham

    Victoria Beckham looked sophisticated in one of her own creations. She was up for the Designer Brand award but lost out to Mulberry.

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