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Ahead of The Fashion Awards tomorrow, look back at last year's most glamorous attendees  

It's the biggest night in British fashion, so you'd expect the industry's power players to dress up. And at the 2016 Fashion Awards they didn't disappoint. From Kate Moss with Mario Testino on her arm to  Laura Bailey in a printed Giles Couture gown and supermodel Karlie Kloss braving the British elements in her cut-away dress, here's every look that hit the red carpet.

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Laura Bailey was one of a number of attendees who had turned to Giles Deacon to dress them.

Kate Moss showed that you can't go wrong with a classic black velvet dress. Or Mario Testino on your arm.

Gigi Hadid took to the red carpet in an Atelier Versace jumpsuit complete with a train. 

Naomi Campbell opted for a glittering lace gown by Alexander McQueen

Alexa Chung embraced fashion's current love of pyjama dressing inan embellished top and trousers with feathery hems by Prada. 

The Young Victoria star Jenna Coleman wore an Erdem printed dress with frilled hem. She added extra glitz with diamonds by Jessica McCormack. 

Annabelle Wallis showcased the tougher side of Sarah Burton's designs for Alexander McQueen in a leather mini dress.

Nominee and Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton wore a dress of her own design.

Model Lara Stone went for a micro mini black dress and Boucheron jewellery on the freezing red carpet. 

Dame Natalie Massenet was one of the first to walk the red carpet at The Fashion Awards this evening in a white creation by British designers Ralph and Russo. 

Olivia Palermo also opted for a winter white dress at the 2016 Fashion Awards which she wore with contrasting Jimmy Choo heels and a Nathalie Trad clutch. 

Livia Firth wore a printed blue gown. 

A surprisingly demure Lady Gaga went for a classic halterneck dress at the 2016 Fashion Awards by her friend and stylist Brandon Maxwell. 

...albeit one with a dramatic train.

Pixie Geldof wore a white dress and metallic accessories. 

Erin O'Connor showed how beautifully constructed Giles Deacon couture gowns can be. She accessorised her look with a Jimmy Choo 'Celeste' clutch. 

Eva Herzigova proved that sometimes ditching the dress is a good idea in this white suit and red pout. 

Carine Roitfeldused a cape and lace gloves to brave the British weather in style.

Nicole Scherzinger arrived with designer Julien Macdonald - and was wearing one of his naked-effect dresses.