2014 British Fashion Awards: Best and Worst Dressed

British Fashion Awards were held on Monday night (December 1, 2014) at The London Coloseum.

Probably the most important thing about the above mentioned awards was John Galliano‘s first public appearance since becoming the creator director of Maison Martin Margiela. Galliano presented Vogue US editor – Anna Wintour – with Outstanding Achievement Award for tremendous contribution to fashion industry. Somehow, don’t think Anna Wintour deserved it. Not this year. Last year – yeah, for sure. She sure did make an impact on fashion industry. But after cheapening Vogue with Kim Kardashian cover – it’s not a good move. But, I guess BFA board knows best.

The red carpet was interesting. There were a lot of good gowns and, of course, some bad outfits too. Naomi Campbell was an absolute winner in my book. The woman looked stunning. Cara Delevingne wore a brilliant gown and looked lady-like. Victoria and David Beckham wore great outfits, as usual. Kendall Jenner looked sweet and sophisticated (way better than the gown she wore at 2014 AMAs). Rihanna wore only a jacket tuxedo and diamonds but still managed to look great. Would usually consider that outfit cheap, but she, somehow, pulled it off. Well done. Olivia Palermo was elegant, didn’t expect anything less from her. Tamsin Egerton looked super cute.

The worst dressed celebrity at the British Fashion Awards was Rita Ora. She probably wanted to look sexy and edgy but she just didn’t pull it off. Outfit looked pretty cheap and trashy. Joan Smalls wore a prostitute-like dress, not good at all. Lily Allen had an ugly gown, didn’t expect her to be dressed nicely to be honest. Alexa Chung had a good idea, but she only ended up looking like a grandma. Lana Del Rey didn’t pull it off either. Karlie Kloss is a beautiful girl, but wore a dress that just didn’t flatter her body.

Anyway, bellow the winners list you can see the gallery of best and worst dressed.


Emerging Womenswear Designer

Marques Almeida

Emerging Menswear Designer

Craig Green

Emerging Accessory Designer


New Establishment Designer

Simone Rocha

Establishment Designer


Womenswear Designer


Menswear Designer

JW Anderson

Accessory Designer

Anya Hindmarch

International Designer

Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton

Red Carpet Designer

Alexander McQueen


Victoria Beckham


Cara Delevingne

Creative Campaign

Louis Vuitton

British Style

Emma Watson 

Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator

Edward Enninful

Outstanding Achievement

Anna Wintour

Special Recognition

Chris Moore