Naomi Campbell and supermodel 'sisters' deliver emotional tribute to Azzedine Alaïa at the Fashion Awards 2017.
Italian designer Donatella Versace was presented with the Fashion Icon award at the 2017 Fashion Awards.
“Azzedine was a protector, a teacher, a seeker and defender of all that is good and positive in this world."
It’s official: this year’s Fashion Awards is underway. Held at London’s Royal Albert Hall, the prestigious ceremony is dubbed the Oscar’s of the fashion world, as the biggest names in the sartorial sphere touch down in the capital for a night of celebration. And models, designers and influencers alike have taken to the red carpet to demonstrate their style prowess. All eyes were on Hailey Baldwin as she proved the high street can work wonders on the red carpet in a black mini dress by Topshop. While Rita Ora proved the nineties are back in a metallic 1992 gown by Versace (how vintage). And of course we knew we could rely on Alexa Chung to deliver, as she looked prim in a ladylike dress from her own label. Take a look at what your favourite A-listers wore at the Fashion Awards 2017 above. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The Fashion Awards 2016: What everyone wore Fashion Awards 2017 nominees: Kaia Gerber, Rihanna and both Hadid sisters up for awards Get the lowdown on the Fashion Awards 2017
62-year-old Donatella Versace isn't about to slow down. The Italian designer, who took over her brother's label following his murder some 20 years ago, really is the ultimate fashion icon.
Gigi Hadid opened the rock and roll show with her siblings following close behind.
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Dreamy designer Sophia Webster lets us into her equally stylish studio to talk all things London Fashion Week as well as giving us a sneak peek into her SS18 collection.
Steal Her Job is our brand new video series where we interview some of the coolest women in the country about the highs and lows of their careers as well as finding out how you can follow in their footsteps. The second episode stars the head of Blonstein Productions, Sara Blonstein. She gives us all the inside info on what it takes to turn a derelict space into a London Fashion Week show space along with how the fashion industry needs to change to support its young talent. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Every famous face on the London Fashion Week SS18 front row Anya Hindmarch's best London Fashion Week sets The best backstage moments from Fashion Week SS18