It’s a gala event, at which, quite frankly, you expect the attendees to be pretty goddamn well turned out.

Happily, mostly everyone at last night’s British Fashion Awards, were. Wanna see? We’ve got 15 of the best, buzziest and bonkers-est red carpet arrivals in the gallery. 

STAY KLASSY RIHANNA. I'd love to see RiRi in something in which my eyes cannot trace her sternum; this is Stella McCartney.
Some of Rihanna's deets: bag - Charlotte Olympia - henna hand tatt, neon nails and jewels.
Emma's bag is by Anya Hindmarch, apparently.
This is a very understated choice for Cara and a bit boring for her bubbly self - it's Burberry.
Anna Wintour wearing John Galliano, no less and daughter Bee Shaffer; no deets for her dress yet.
Burberry model Suki Waterhouse in head-to-toe next season Burberry Prorsum, natch.
Cara 'n' Kendall - pretty sure Kendall's jumpsuit might be Stella? I coud be totally wrong, howevs.
I was about to launch into a rant about how Tom Ford's womenswear right now is naught more than nipple-covering straps for high-class hookers when I read that Rita Ora's, erm, 'gown', is actually by Julien McQueen. POINT STANDS.
Blogger/vlogger Tanya Burr's in Dior.
Joan Smalls is barely wearing Tom Ford. See what I mean? Sure this'd be lovely - if there was only some more of it.
Vic 'n' Dave, and she's in her own design, of course. Which is looking very like Toga Pulla...
Alexa, who so rarely gets it wrong, doesn't get it wrong. She's wearing Emilia Wickstead. The bag is Charlotte Olympia's Take Me Away tote and it's €830. Oh.
Knowing Lily, this is likely to be Vivienne Westwood; but I'm not 100% right now. Another potential Charlotte Olympia bag there, too.
More Kendall. This chick is growing on me.
Kylie's wearing Stella McCartney, but yannow, I want to know who her shoes are by mostly.
Lady Edith, sorry, Laura Carmichael, is in Christoper Kane.