2021 BRIT Awards: the best dressed stars on the red carpet
With awards season wrapping up, the Brit Awards 2021 kicked off at the O2 Arena in London last night. Some of the biggest names in music came through and served fabulous looks on the red carpet. The venue had 4000 maskless guests as the show aired live at 8pm on ITV. From triple-nominated Dua Lipa, who was among the first to arrive on the red carpet, looking ever so gorgeous in a yellow Vivienne Westwood cowl neck mini dress with long train. To the likes of Taylor Swift and Celeste arriving in ensembles featuring feathers and captivating embellishments. Harry Styles and Haim on the other hand, took the tailored route – opting for sharp suits. See the most dazzling red carpet moments below.
The trio looked so beautiful in their matching white gowns. Also featuring Leigh-Anne and Perrie’s baby bumps.
Harry won Best British Single award for Watermelon Sugar and he was the first ever to wear this Gucci look from its Aria show paired with an accessory to die for.
Taylor accepted the Global Icon Award at last nights BRIT Awards, and paid tribute to the NHS as well as her fans.
Dua Lipa gave us the ultimate Amy Winehouse vibes in her Vivienne Westwood gown paired with black stockings, chunky lace-up heels and a three-row pearl choker.
The incredible rising star performed ‘Black Hole’ last night and accepted the Rising Star Award. Griff donned a pastel Susan Fang mermaid-inspired dress.
Celeste wore a black feather minidress.
Olly Alexander wowed us in a star filled Gucci suit
She grew up watching the Brit Awards, and now got to be part of the big night as she was nominated in the Rising Star category.
Maya wore a black Area set with diamanté details.
Singer-songwriter Mabel wore a neon-green Tony Ward gown paired with opera gloves.
Headie One rocked a grey-and-silver Louis Vuitton logo overcoat.
Michelle Obama made a virtual cameo to present the Weeknd with the Best International Male statuette. “He’s given us all a reason to dance,” the First Lady said, also paying tribute to his work with the Black Lives Matter movement.