Proving she's the ultimate beauty chameleon, Kate Moss switched back from her brief stint as a brunette for her latest Versace campaign to her classic blonde status, working a gothic-inspired ensemble in a Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimaine black blazer worn over a sheer animal print maxi with Christian Louboutin shoes, while Georgia May Jagger opted for the screen siren look in a red sequinned strappy dress teamed with pillar box red lipstick and tousled hair. Naomi Campbell, however, kept it cool in a leather and sheer panelled David Koma dress, rocking the look with black turn-out ankle boots and super-glossy hair.
Representing the Brit It-girls, Daisy Lowe and Pixie Geldof turned up with pals Henry Holland and Nick Grimshaw; Pixie looked super-cool in a white and red 'scribble' patterned shift dress with pointed red pumps, while Daisy upped the fashion ante wearing a voluminous floor-length satin gown and plenty of rock 'n' roll eyeliner.
The prize for most on-trend summer dressing definitely has to go to Karl Lagerfeld's muse Tallulah Harlech, though, as the model adorned an Erdem floral pyjama suit and boxy case handbag which perfectly suited the stylishly alfresco evening.
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Sarah Jessica Parker also impressed - wowing in yet another show-stopping metallic ensemble. After dazzling at the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory show premiere in a sequinned Marc Jacobs number, SJP managed to keep up her London fashion parade, turning up for the do in a 1920s inspired shimmering white gold beaded dress by Naeem Khan, teamed with simple black accessories.
Also flying the flag for the American talent was Star Trek star Alice Eve, who worked a similar white-gold themed outfit in a strappy body-con dress teamed with metallic accessories.
This being a British event, it wasn't truly a star-studded bash without representation from the Royal relations - with Princess Beatrice and James Middleton in attendance. Phew!
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