X-Factor winner Alexandra Burke hit the red carpet sporting an electric blue bodycon dress by Spanish born, Central Saint Martins graduate Emilio de la Morena; Nadine Coyle opted for a chic nude dress by William Tempest, who showed last year as part of the Fashion Fringe show and this season will present his first solo show; and Alexa Chung sparkled in a navy sequin dress by Future Classics.
And they weren't the only celebrities wowing last night. Host of the show Kylie managed six costume changes, working her way through Jean-Paul Gaultier, Blumarine, Emanuel Ungaro and label du jour Balmain. Welsh songstress Duffy, who won a grand total of three awards, looked stunning in a retro-style figure hugging frock while Pixie Geldof channeled an eighties vibe in high shine leggings and a flowing silk blouse. And emerging style icons Florence (of Florence and the Machine) and Kate White of the Ting Tings rocked springs hottest trends; Kate embraced block colour in an eye-popping frock and Florence opted for a so now silk jumpsuit.