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GALLERY: The 2017 Fashion Awards


by Jennifer McShane
05th Dec 2017
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The 2017 Fashion Awards were more than just another glitzy red carpet event; they celebrated the industry’s most creative talent and innovative businesses at London’s Royal Albert Hall –  the veterans of the past and those leading the charge for what’s to come. January Vogue cover star Adwoa Aboah took home Model of the Year, while Christopher Bailey was awarded for his outstanding contribution to British fashion. Designer Raf Simmons was named Designer of the Year while Stella McCarthy was given special recognition for her innovation in fashion.

On the red carpet, Karlie Gloss wowed in a red, strapless Vivienne Westwood couture gown,  Selena Gomez divided in her silk Coach ruffled dress and matching boots and Jourdan Dunn also opted for colour in a striking orange Versace dress with silver sandals.

See the full list of winners HERE and see more red carpet highlights in our gallery above.

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