Supermodels and stars brave the cold for Fashion Awards

The creme de la creme of the fashion world have been showing off their finest frocks at the Fashion Awards, despite the chill in London.

The glittering event saw supermodels rubbing shoulders with celebs from the world of music and movies at the Fashion Awards.

Natalie Massenet was one of the first out of the starting blocks, and certainly got plenty of attention from the photographers in this ruffly white number.

Karlie Kloss led the charge of models strutting their stuff on the red carpet, showing exactly why she’s a cover girl in an elegant black dress that highlighted her statuesque figure.

Making just as much of an impression in her own way was Jenna Coleman.

The Victoria actress looked positively regal in her high-necked dress.

There were quite a few trousers on the carpet, and with this weather we can understand why.

Catwalk queens Jourdan Dunn and Daisy Lowe both rocked the look.

Gigi Hadid was fashion forward in a stunning silver jumpsuit that might just have stolen the show.

The previous generation of the modelling world was also represented, with stars such as Twiggy and Eva Herzigova showing they still have it.

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