Award season is firmly upon us - and we couldn't be happier.
Another awards ceremony means another red carpet - and that means some incredible (and incredibly badly) dressed celebrities. Last night's Brit Awards gave us some triumphs (Maya Jama's look will go down in awards ceremony history) and some unmitigated disasters (Kendall Jenner looked particularly uncomfortable). Curious about the best and worst dressed celebs at the 2020 Brit Awards? Keep on scrolling for all the details.
Let's start with our countdown of the highlights, shall we?
via: Getty ImagesWe love this oversized graphic printed white suit.
via: Getty ImagesThis sheer patchwork dress made for an exciting choice.
via: Getty ImagesThe singer managed to err just on the right side of sickly sweet.
via: Getty ImagesThe model proves that an LBD doesn't have to be boring.
via: Getty Images2 bald men are the perfect accessory.
via: Getty ImagesIt's a little bit Halloween - but at least it's not boring!
via: Getty ImagesHer award ceremony looks are getting a little predictable - but we do appreciate a girl who has her own sense of style!
via: Getty ImagesThe Love Island star pulls off two cool looks in one!
via: Getty ImagesLoving this flowing gown combined with fuschia shoes.
via: Getty ImagesShe seems set too be a huge star - particularly if this red gown is anything to go by.
via: Getty ImagesThe model kept things chic in this angular black mini.
via: Getty imagesYou can always count on her to smash the red carpet.
via: Getty ImagesThe DJ looked very Vivienne Westwood.
via: Getty ImagesLove the dress - although we're not quite convinced on that hat.
via: Getty ImagesProving once more than male red carpet fashion doesn't have to be boring!
via: Getty ImagesWe have to say we think she wins outfit of the night.
via: Getty ImagesLike an exceptionally chic pair of curtains.
via: Getty ImagesWho would have thought one single skirt would make such a great red carpet look?
via: Getty ImagesLike a gothic ballerina.
via: Getty ImagesThis simple gown is elevated by its unusual lime hue.
via: Getty ImagesWe have to say, the boys really brought it.
via: Getty ImagesProof that a gown isn't always necessary.
via: Getty ImagesWhite drapey silk pairs perfectly with a fluffy feather bag.
via: Getty ImagesSequins, feathers, and lime green silk. Shouldn't work, but it does.
via: Getty ImagesWe strangely love this casual brown short suit!
via: Getty ImagesProps to her for taking risks with this vintage aesthetic.
via: Getty ImagesBecause there's nothing wrong with a little cheese!
via: Getty ImagesSimple and chic in blue velvet.
via: Getty ImagesPlaying with texture while keeping things simple.
via: Getty ImagesStructured and statuesque!
via: Getty ImagesHe was the star of the show - and this white outfit proves it. And now we've seen the best, let's see ... the rest.
via: Getty ImagesBlack and silver chains always run the risk of erring on the side of tacky.
via: Getty ImagesA little bit sickly sweet.
via: Getty ImagesA brown bra will always make for a questionable choice ...
via: Getty ImagesToo! Much! Beige!
via: Getty ImagesWe're really sorry, but we could have done without that scarf.
via: Getty ImagesLike an optical illusion - but not a great one.
via: Getty ImagesIt breaks our heart to say it - but we just don't like this dress!
Rag 'n' Bone Man
via: Getty ImagesThis just looks thrown together!
via: Getty ImagesThis is just too costume-y for our tastes.
via: Getty ImagesNewsprint is pretty difficult to get right.
via: Getty ImagesThere's nothing wrong with it - we just feel kind of ... bored.
via: Getty ImagesWay too much of a '00s throwback.
via: Getty ImagesWhat was she thinking when she selected a green holographic catsuit? Want more red carpet scandal? Scroll on for the most shocking dresses ever worn!