Celebrity fashion: Here are the standout looks from the Brit Awards

Celeb fashion: here are the standout looks from the Brit Awards


The English have this very own way of approaching fashion, to the point where we sometimes declare that one arrangement or another is an English eccentricity! Think of the legendary creations of Vivienne Westwood or Alexander McQueen, or the looks of Boy George and more recently that of Harry Styles. The BRIT Awards red carpet held last Sunday at the O2 Arena in London was an opportunity for artists in the music industry to go in all directions, from the playfulness of Sam Smith, to the sensuality of Charli XCX to the futurism of Ellie Goulding. Among them, some Americans have not given up their place! 

Harry Styles

Great ambassador of the current of the fluidity of genres, Harry Styles opted this time for Nina Ricci's velvet basque suit worn next to the skin and adorned with a gigantic flower tied around the neck. 

Jessie J speaker

Strolling down the red carpet, Jessie J announced her pregnancy wearing a jumpsuit that opened up over her stomach, a Selezza London coat over her shoulders. 

Maya Jama

Maya Jama's slicked back 1920s style hair was the perfect complement to this delicately gold-embroidered Schiaparelli strapless dress. 


Designer Robert Wun is known for his extravagant creations and Lizzo sported the golden frill that framed it with panache! 

Charli XCX

The singer Charli XCX assumed the transparency that revealed the wearing of simple underwear. She had opted for the new French darling Ludovic de Saint Sernin, recognized for these alluring and scintillating creations.

Sam Smith

After her Grammy appearance, all eyes were on Sam Smith, who appeared in Harri's latex outfit that redefines the figure, giving her a blow-up doll look.

Shania Twain

After her polka dot outfit at the Grammys, Shania Twain preferred the colorful sobriety of this very becoming Saint Laurent dress.

< strong>Camille Razat

You would have thought that a bustier with a peplum from which a petticoat escapes over pleated palazzo pants would be too much, but now Camille Razat casually wore the creation of Robert Wun.

Jodie Turner-Smith

Jodie Turner-Smith continues her trajectory as a new fashion icon. She reinterprets the glamor and opulence of the 1970s, afro included, in a look signed Zuhair Murad.

Ellie Goulding

Ellie Goulding went there a Cameron Hancock silhouette juxtaposing the feminine-masculine composed of a breastplate emphasizing the curve of her breasts and high-waisted pants. The success of this silhouette lies in the stripping!