Britain’s 2012 Olympic uniform designer Stella McCartney–last year‘s Red Carpet Award winner–won twice. She beat out Christopher Kane and Mary Katrantzou for the coveted Designer of the Year Award and Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Mulberry for the Designer Brand Award. They were presented to her by Salma Hayek and Amber Valetta, respectively.
Another big winner? Alexa Chung. She only won once tonight, but it was her third consecutive year winning the British Style Award, which is voted on by the public. Though, we can’t really say we’re surprised. She flawless.
Noticeably absent from the winners list? Burberry, Mulberry and McQueen, while relative newcomers like Roksanda Illincic, J.W. Anderson, and Jonathan Saunders got the official stamp of approval from the industry. Read on for a full list of winners. They’re all names you ought to know and pay attention to–not only in London–but around the world as British fashion becomes increasingly important and influential.
Designer of the Year: Stella McCartney
Designer Brand Award: Stella McCartney
Emerging Talent in Accessories: Sophie Hulme
Emerging Talent in Ready to Wear: J.W. Anderson
Emerging Talent in Men’s Wear: Jonathan Saunders
Red Carpet: Roksanda Illincic
Accessory Designer: Nicholas Kirkwood
New Establishment: Erdem
Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator: Louise Wilson
Men’s Wear Designer: Kim Jones
Outstanding Achievement in Fashion: Manolo Blahnik
Model: Cara Delevingne
British Style: Alexa Chung