Brit Awards 2018: White Roses On Red Carpet | Fashion News – Conversations About Her

Brit Awards 2018: White Roses On Red Carpet | Fashion News

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Brit Awards 2018: White Roses On Red Carpet | Fashion News

 

The 38th edition of the annual Brit Awards was held yesterday, on February 21, at the O2 Arena in London. Hosted by comedian Jack Whitehall, the night saw big wins of grime artist Stormzy and pop hitmaker Dua Lipa, who both received two major awards.

 

Brief recap of ceremony’s highlights: the Best International Male Solo Artist Kendrick Lamar smashed up a Lamborghini during his performance; Dua Lipa brought her younger brother and sister on stage; Ed Sheeran made a public appearance with his fiancé, but won only 1 out of 5 awards he was nominated for; Liam Gallagher dedicated his performance to the victims of Manchester Arena bombing and Stormzy slammed PM Theresa May in his rap verse.

 

Now you basically know everything what you need, let’s move on to the most important thing – who wore what on the red carpet. The Brits took the idea from last month’s Grammy Awards and asked the attendees to wear a white rose – a real flower or a pin – to show support to the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement.

 

Take a look at the best outfits from the night:

 

Red carpet hostess Maya Jama

 

 

Red carpet host Professor Green

 

 

Best British Female artist Dua Lipa

 

 

Winner of British Single of the Year Rag’n’Bone Man

 

 

Jess Glynne

 

 

Justin Timberlake

 

 

Rita Ora

 

 

Calvin Harris

 

 

Critics’ Choice Award winner Jorja Smith

 

 

Sam Smith

 

 

Ellie Goulding

 

 

#Peace.Love.Brits

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Gintarė Lomsargytė

Gintarė Lomsargytė

Born in the most beautiful country Lithuania but with passion to explore more. Music is also an important part of my ‘survival kit’ in this life and I just love finding out about new artists.

I can say I’m addicted to breaking out of my comfort zone and you should be too - you never know which crazy experience will become the most meaningful for you!
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