As if we weren't already in awe at all the beautiful gowns that walked the BFA's red carpet, the after party looks came in thick and fast keeping our sartorial interest offically piqued.
Celebrities slipped out of their glamourous getups for the night at the British Fashion Awards and headed to Laylow in London for post-party celebrations. We've rounded up our 10 favourite changes of the night, scroll to see more...
Lily James dressed out of her Valentino couture gown but kept the same colour-scheme when opting for this golden/satin white mini blazer dress.
Naomi Campbell wore a custom Alexander McQueen sheer gown to the awards ceremony, then a lace blue and black Gucci dress to the after-party.
Geldof wore an embellished Prada sleek gown to the BFA with a red thick headband, and for the after-party she layers her look with black coat lined with silver glitter. Love.
Emma Roberts wore The Attico, Bulgari jewellery and Jimmy Choo on the red carpet, but then wore a more casual look for the after party - styling monochromatic striped trousers, lace-up boots and a leather jacket.
Alexa Chung wore a sequined bespoke gown to the BFA from her own brand, and topped it with a beige faux-fur coat for the after-party.
Rita Ora wore a 16Arlington monochromatic gown to the BFA's, and later on changed into a more comfortable off-white pantsuit.
Adwoa Aboah wore a vintage John Galliano gown for the awards ceremonny, but still looked as regal as ever in a custom 16Arlington red gown for the after-party.
Hana Cross wore a David Koma dress with Monica Vinader jewellery to the red carpet, and attended the after-party in a David Koma outfit again; a monochromatic jumpsuit with zipper detailings.