Lady Amelia Windsor and Emma Weymouth led the glamorous high-society fashionistas attending the 2022 British Fashion Awards tonight.
Amelia, 43rd to the throne, cut an elegant figure in a plunging black dress, with sheer lines along the skirt, as she she posed solo at the star-studded event at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
The socialite, 27, swept her brown tresses into a simple bun with curled pieces to frame her pretty face, and completed her look with a simple chain clutch.
She was joined on the annual occasion by the Marchioness of Bath, 36, as well as Princess Diana’s twin nieces, Lady Amelia and Eliza Spencer, 30.
Lady Amelia Windsor (left) and Emma Weymouth (right) led glamorous high-society fashionistas attending the 2022 British Fashion Awards tonight
Lady Ameila Spencer (left) wore a long black dress while her sister Lady Eliza Spencer (right) wowed in a shimmering silver outfit with thick black straps across her chest.
Like Mrs Windsor, Lady Ameila Spencer wore a long black dress with a dark fluffy band around her neck.
Her sister Lady Eliza Spencer wowed in a shimmering silver outfit with thick black straps across her chest.
Meanwhile, Emma looked nothing short of stunning as she attended the ceremony in London.
Typically elegant in appearance, the Marchioness of Bath wowed in a light gold sequin dress with a long, fluffy mermaid tail.
Meanwhile, Diana’s twin nieces (pictured left and right) also made an appearance at the awards and mingled with British stars and the fashion elite
The Marchioness of Bath, 36, posed on the red carpet with Georgian designer David Koma (left), who looked sharp in his black tuxedo and crew neck
Later that evening, Ms Weymouth posed on the red carpet with Georgian designer David Koma, who looked sharp in his black tuxedo and crew neck.
The 2022 Fashion Awards returned to London’s iconic venue, the Royal Albert Hall, on December 5.
The event, one of the most anticipated moments on the global fashion calendar, celebrates fashion at the intersection of culture and is a global entertainment platform for brands, creatives, designers, artists and tastemakers who come together to celebrate the industry.
Gorgeous: Amelia swept her brown tresses into a simple bun with curly pieces to frame her pretty face, and completed her look with a simple chain clutch
She’s there! Her eye-catching dress featured a flowing train as she arrived solo for the lavish fashion event
The awards are a fundraiser for the BFC (British Fashion Council) Foundation and aim to celebrate excellence in the fashion industry and support the future pool of creative talent.
The ceremony was established in 1989 with the aim of highlighting those who make impressive contributions to the industry.
The Model of the Year award recognizes the global impact of a model who, over the past 12 months, has dominated the industry, with an influence that transcends the catwalks.
The nominees are Adut Akech, Bella Hadid, Lila Moss, Paloma Elsesser and Quannah Chasinghorse.
Meanwhile, Emma looked nothing short of stunning as she attended the ceremony in London
Looking typically elegant, the Marchioness of Bath wowed in a light gold sequin dress with a long fluffy mermaid tail
The nominees for Designer of the Year are Demna for Balenciaga, Jonathan Anderson for JW Anderson and Loewe, Matthieu Blazy for Bottega Veneta, Miuccia Prada and Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino.
Bianca Saunders, Erdem, JW Anderson, Molly Goddard and Wales Bonner are up for the Independent British Brand Award.
The nominees for the BFC Foundation Prize are Ahluwalia, Chopova Lowena, Nensi Dojaka, SSDaley and Wales Bonner.
Burberry will be recognized for its significant innovation and experimentation within the Metaverse World over the past 12 months and for pushing the boundaries of the showcase of excellence in this space.