Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 20 August 2014

Styles takes fashion prize

Harry Styles

Harry Styles was a dapper winner at the 2013 British Fashion Awards last night.

The 19-year-old heartthrob's suave taste in clothing was recognised with the prestigious award at the annual ceremony at the London Coliseum.

Harry looked thrilled as he was presented the prize by his close friend, model Alexa Chung, and model-and-DJ Jack Guinness.

The gong is for "an individual who most embodies the spirit of British fashion and is an international ambassador for London as a leading creative fashion capital".

Dressed in a sheer black shirt under a dark blazer with black skinny trousers, velvet boots and a sparkly black scarf the curly-haired singer appeared to feel at home surrounded by A-list guests.

"Harry took pride of place between Primrose Hill queen and award recipient Kate Moss and designer Donatella Versace. All eyes were on him as he worked the room with air kisses for the great and good of the fashion world," a source told MailOnline.

"His popularity is clearly not limited to teenage girls as fashionistas flocked to have their picture taken with him."

Another star who turned heads at the event was Rita Ora. The British singer channelled a classic Hollywood look in a metallic Vivienne Westwood sequin bespoke gown. The strapless floor-length piece highlighted her enviable curves and flattered her cleavage, while her platinum blonde hair flowed down below her shoulders.

Rita also made sure to match her scarlet lips to the colour of her nails and accessorised with sparkling silver earrings.

Actress Sienna Miller and her husband Tom Sturridge both opted to wear Burberry for the star-studded event. Tom looked dapper in a midnight blue suit with a matching tie and hat, while Sienna shimmered in an emerald floor-length gown with spaghetti straps.

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