The stars and fashion darlings descended on Kensington Gardens in their best frocks for this year's Serpentine Gallery summer soiree
Mischa Barton added a touch of Hollywood glamour to the annual Serpentine Gallery summer party held in Hyde Park. The starlet’s nude, floor-sweeping gown definitely set the fashion bar high for the other celebrity guests at the exclusive soiree.
Looking healthy and radiant, Mischa topped off her natural make-up with a pop of red lippy to mingle with the high society guests of London.
Holly Valance turned up at the Serpentine Gallery in a fun-packed glittering Dolce&Gabbana number, nude Christian Louboutins and poker straight hair.
The former Neighbours star was joined by her businessman fiance Nick Candy, who scrubbed up well in a form-fitting suit by Dolce&Gabbana.
The stunning Amber Le Bon complemented her lovely skin tone with a floaty Leon Max olive green frock which draped over her curves perfectly. She teamed the dress with Nicholas Kirkwood heels and Faberge necklace.
Actress Olivia Grant got into the summer spirit of things by wearing a bright orange asymmetrical gown by Leon Max as she posed in London’s charming Hyde Park.
Amber Atherton, of Made In Chelsea fame, channelled girlie chic in a cutesy peach frock, which she glammed-up with blinging silver accessories.
Model Suki Waterhouse looked adorable in a billowing floral maxi dress, red leather biker jacket and a block colour handbag. With her tresses pulled into an of-the-minute side braid, Suki’s summer party look can’t be faulted.
One of Kate Middleton’s favourite designers, Amanda Wakeley, shone at the glitzy bash in a vampy-yet-chic grey gown.
Model Erin O’Connor made a statement in a sheer black cocktail dress by Leon Max, which she teamed with a luxurious feather jacket, Nicholas Kirkwood heels and a silky peach clutch by Nina Ricci.
Jaime Winstone let her dramatic crop and letterbox red lippy take centre stage as she posed in a demure navy prom-style dress and metallic T-bar heels.
Donna Air bravely stepped out in a red and pink striped, glittering, metallic short suit. It’s a bold fashion move to say the least but did it work for the Geordie? We’re not convinced.
Zara Martin described being invited to the Serpentine’s summer soiree as an absolute honour so naturally she dressed up for the occasion in a sheer black gown.
Leah Wood worked the androgynous look in a pale blue Louis Vuitton shirt and detailed black trousers.
American singer Azealia Banks got a taste of the English high life when she bagged an invite to the much sought after event. She repaid the favour by donning a striking puff-ball dress and, erm, jelly shoes.
Leah Weller, daughter of Paul Weller, stuck to one of the main fashion themes of the night in a sheer skirt by Louis Vuitton.
Actress Lydia Hearst was the belle of the ball in an absolutely stunning embellished, cap-sleeved gown. A slick of gothic red lipstick finished off her winning look.
Model Laura Bailey shone in a matching gold peplum top and midi skirt at the swanky bash thrown in the beautiful Kensington Gardens.
Everyone’s favourite TV presenter Lorraine Kelly scrubbed up well for the occasion in a satin dress.
Legendary artist Tracey Emin took the evening’s events in her stride as she posed for photographers at the event.
Jo Wood and Tyrone Wood made it a family affair as they stepped out in a very coordinated fashion at the Serpentine Gallery.
Looking tanned and healthy, Jade Jagger was all glossy tresses and pouts as she worked it for the cameras.
The breathtakingly beautiful Cara Delevingne rocked one of our favourite looks of the entire night. The model makes it look so easy!
There’s always one. In a sea of stylish faces and beautifully understated gowns, Nancy Dell’olio stood out like the proverbial sore thumb in her Cleopatra-inspired headgear. Shudder.
The amazing designer behind fashion label Erdem seemed ready for the star-studded evening.
A few dozen cans of hairspray later and designer Henry Holland was ready for his close-up.