Best-dressed men at the Fashion Awards 2018
The Fashion Awards - in partnership with Swarovski - may have dropped the word 'British' from its name this year, but it still demands a certain level of dressing. I mean, it's handing out trophies for that very thing after all.
But while much of the airtime goes to the ladies, the gentlemen spruced themselves up as well.
Here are the best-dressed of the evening:
British model Reece King went for simple tailoring but gave it a lift. No, literally. An elevated Cuban heel adds a few inches of height (as if he needs it) with muted florals throughout.
Want to upgrade done-to-death black tie? Simply add like a contrast scarf, much like Snowfall star Damson Idris, and pivot from the norm without breaking the dress code.
Yes, you've won the lineage lottery when Cindy Crawford is your mother. But Presley Gerber (pictured here with sister Kaia) adds panache to the gene pool courtesy of foolproof monochrome tailoring.
He's a model, he's a close pal of Mr Porter, and red carpets are his second home. This stuff is easy to model Robert Konjic. But this time, you can emulate the model with ease: a simple navy tux from Lanvin with all the right accessories.
Makes the clothes, wear the clothes: Valentino Garavani stuck to what he knows best. Which, unsurprisingly, is his own strain of Italian finery.
Boxy, mafia-like suits now paddles in the mainstream. And for that, we can thank David Beckham who paid homage to Don Corleone in simple, bulk-building tailoring.
A Hollywood resume demands a Hollywood outfit, and Chiwetele Eijofor kept it decidedly classic - minus peak lapels on steroids that lift him into memorable (and more stylish) waters.
There's a reason all-black remains popular. That's because it works, and Liam Payne pushed the art of darkness further with some much-needed texture.
As part of a British style dynasty, Charlie Casely-Hayford doesn't let the side down. See a regal evening jacket atop the classics for further details.
Loose trousers. A longline blazer. All-white. It shouldn't work, but it does, and for that you can thank Riz Ahmed's sheer gall, and a combo that's simple enough to ease in the statement.
Deviating from boring old black without being all loud about it, model Oliver Cheshire wore Bespoke Jack Davison double breasted dinner suit in chocolate brown.