British Fashion Awards 2011

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British Fashion Awards 2011

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British Fashion Awards

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by ModXchange Fashion Worldwide

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29 November 2011

LONDON, United Kingdom — |   The Savoy Hotel and Theatre, London, Londoners received daunting paparazzi flash and glam glitz at the 2011 British Fashion Awards.

Bulbs flared bright upon the star arrivals stepping onto the scene with the likes of British Fashion Council Ambassador Samantha Cameron, Lady Amanda Harlech, Colin Firth, Kristen McMenamy, and presenters, Marc Jacobs and Kate Moss among the fare.

MTV news girl turned beloved designer  A l e x a  C h u n g  , appearing genuinely stunned, received her People’s Choice Award for the British style icon, sharing just before disappearing from stage, “This is for girls who dress like awkward boys.”

No surprise to any except perhaps the recipient herself, the Designer of the Year Award was feted by the magical clothier maiden Sarah Burton.  A royal within her own right, she accepted win in unabashed aglow saying, “This is the icing on the cake of a really amazing year. I’d like to thank my team. They are my family (team Alexander McQueen, respectively).

The Monday evening, quite stunning if not aforementioned – actress Kate Hudson reminisced how she began her foray into the world of camera, flash, and spotlight.

Hudson remembered not only her first McCartney original she ever wore at the 2001 Oscars®, “I felt like the coolest, hippest girl in the world.  And I remember Stella hand-sewing the hem,” she pinned herself switching on the TV hung over, with next day epiphany, “I’d made every worst-dressed list known to mankind. Later I called Stella — and we laughed our asses off.”

Award for best Designer Brand – to the beautiful and emotionally brimming Victoria Beckham.: Beckham brand put design pedal to the metal this season: it trumped Stella McCartney, Tom Ford and Burberry for the win.

“I’m sorry, I’m so rubbish,” she blushed unbeknownst.  She then turned on waterworks with thanks to her team, kids, and family.

“Without David, I would never have had the courage to do what I did.”

Husband and soccer prodigy  D a v i d   B e c k h a m  has partnered to design his own brand of undergarments – with the online and boutique fashion force H&M.

The Outstanding Achievement in Fashion British Fashion Award, given to iconic designer Sir Paul Smith, known for his distinctive, international line.

Two new awards were introduced, New Establishment and Emerging Talent – Menswear.

The New Establishment Award takes to genre(s) in British  f  a s h i o n  that compels the industry to greater heights.  Designer Christopher Kane won for his upward label trending fashionable must haves for all fashion hounds, huntresses, and fashion collectives.

Sam Gainsbury took home the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator.  Her talents recognized as inspirational and influential of the night and the year past.

Stella Tennant won the British Fashion Award for top Model and Kim Jones for Designer in leading British RTW fashion.  McCartney was recognized with the Red Carpet British Award for the designer instilling global awareness with his/her designs within media.

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Learn more about the British Fashion Awards Winners and the British Fashion Council, Somerset House, South Wing, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA +44 (0) 20 7759 1999 info@britishfashioncouncil.com held annually.

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