Fashions, courtesy of the Fashion Awards. I mean, there had to be some, didn’t there? And, as one would expect from an awards ceremony that has, quite literally, “fashion” written all over it, we were dishing up many a hot look. So we’ve picked ten of them. Of course, there were many more, including our own Sophia, Jack and Garth, but we’ll get told off for playing favourites if we include them. Let’s instead start with the glorious Adwoa Aboah, Model of the Year, who emphasised her radiant beauty with sequins. Those sequins were by Halpern, the namesake brand of Michael Halpern, who took home the prize for Emerging Talent for Womenswear. Also in sequins was Pamela Anderson, who chose 16Arlington for the occasion, and, as per, looked like a mega-babe, once again proving that she defies the laws of nature. Lady boss Karlie Kloss served up red carpet camo by dressing in, well, red – showing her colours in Vivienne Westwood Couture, before changing into about seven hundred looks at the ceremony itself. Naomi Campbell wore Azzedine Alaïa, and what better tribute to the great man than looking fucking fabulous? Songstress Sam Smith did it for the boys looking dashing in Burberry. I think I’ve got a crush on him – Sam, hi, if you’re reading this – I’m single. Fashion Icon (now an officially anointed title) Donatella Versace naturally wore Versace and need we really say any more? Amber Valletta also returned for the evening – well, she never really left – but she was there, and looked fully smoking in this barely-there mini by Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello. Anna Ewers also chose the designer and house, giving us a serving of laid back glamour with perhaps the best red carpet accessory – Edward Enninful, Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue. Erin O’Connor, supermodel of the world and all-over darling wore Christopher Kane, another all-round darling, and didn’t she look good? Last but not least – Selena Gomez in Coach – a bit naughty, a bit nice – little Fashion Awards on the prairie?