03 DICEMBRE - Look / Moda

British Fashion Awards 2019 l’Italia (stra)vince, i look più belli

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A Londra si sono tenuti gli Oscar della moda e hanno visto trionfare le eccellenze Made in Italy

Come ogni anno si sono tenuti i British Fashion Awards a Londra, ieri 2 dicembre. Sono gli Oscar della moda e hanno premiato chi si è distinto nel fashion business.

Tra questi Giorgio Armani ha ottenuto l’ Outstanding Achivement, Naomi Campbell è stata nominata fashion icon. La moda italiana torna a riconquistare il podio e Bottega Veneta (stra)vince non solo nella categoria “brand”, anche in quella di miglior “direttore creativo”, con Daniel Lee approdato nella Maison un anno e mezzo fa e ancora come designer delle collezioni donna e accessori.  Kim Jones for Dior Men ha vinto nella categoria designer delle collezioni maschili. Naomi Campbell è stata nominata Fashion Icon 2019 e Rihanna con la sua linea Fenty ha vinto nella categoria Urban Luxe.

Remo Ruffini per Moncler ha vinto nella categoria Business leader. Adut Akech è stata nominata modella del 2019.

 Il Royal Albert Hall di Londra si è riempito di star internazionali. Tra cui Cate Blanchett, Julia Roberts, Rosie Huntington, Emilia Clarke, Rihanna,

 

ANNA WINTOUR – EDWARD 

Anna Wintour e Edward Enningful. La direttrice di Vogue Usa e il direttore di Vogue Uk insieme sul red carpet.

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Dame Anna Wintour and @edward_enninful arrive at The #FashionAwards 2019!

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EMILIA CLARKE in ELSA SCHIAPARELLI

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Actress @emilia_clarke appeared in #Schiaparelli Haute Couture by @danielroseberry at the British Fashion Awards. #SchiaparelliHauteCoutureFW1920 #BFA Styled by @petraflannery

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ADUTA KECH in VALENTINO

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To the BFA awards this evening, @adutakech wore a dress from the #ValentinoHauteCouture Beijing collection specially designed for her in green by @pppiccioli.

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KYLIE MINOGUE in CHRISTOFER KANE

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@kylieminogue wears @christopherkane on The #FashionAwards 2019 red carpet

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JULIA ROBERTS e GIORGIO ARMANI 

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The Legend. Giorgio Armani 🌟

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NAOMI CAMPBELL in Alexander McQueen

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2019 Fashion Icon Award winner @naomi arrives on The #FashionAwards red carpet.

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CHIARA FERRAGNI in ETRO

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British Fashion Awards in custom @etro #SuppliedByEtro

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RIHANNA in FENTY

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FENTY is honored to win the Urban Luxe category and to be recognized by the British Fashion Council in this award. FENTY’s CEO and Artistic Director Robyn Rihanna Fenty is committed to reflect the understanding of female power as constantly evolving, multi-faceted, fun and free. Since the launch in May, FENTY had the pleasure of working with incredible talents, forming a new archive of visual references focusing on the intersection between style, culture and identity. FENTY is a young brand with a powerful collective voice, shaped by the individuals behind it. @badgalriri pictured here with @asaprocky wearing #FENTY

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IRINA SHAYK in RICCARDO TISCI

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@burberry by @riccardotisci17 at tonight’s 2019 @britishfashioncouncil #FashionAwards

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