The Brit Awards is the biggest date in the music industry calendar - and we've picked our favourite dresses over the years...
They're the UK version of the Grammys, but just not as slick. Not as glossy. The Brit Awards are, well, so very British. From that time Jarvis Cocker pulled a proper trousers-down-bum-out moonie during Michael Jackson's performance of Earth Song, Madonna couldn't remove her Giorgio Armani cape quick enough and fell dramtically down the stairs, or when Joss Stone was ridiculed for her faux American accent (watch it on YouTube here, if you can stand it), there's always a cock-up; some kind of silliness; some kind of ineptitude.
There are also the brilliant moments, like the time the nation had a collective weep during Adele's performance of Someone Like You in 2011, when Kate Moss, wearing David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust jumpsuit, accepted his award for Best Male Solo Artist, or the time the Spice Girls/Geri Halliwell gave us the now-infamous Union Jack dress in 1997. The Brit Awards are always headline-grabbing.
But what of the fashion? It makes sense that it follows suit. There's been the good: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Saint Laurent, Florence Welch in Alexander McQueen and Alexa Chung in Preen. And the of-its-time eccentric: Denise Van Outen in a latex blue corset, Mis-Teeq in matchy-matchy red lingerie and Caprice in nothing more than a bikini and netting.
Take a look below at our pick of the most memorable Brit Awards dresses of all time.
And, if you love this selection, you should check out our best oscars dresses of all time gallery, too.