The 10 Most Stylish Looks From The Evening Standard Theatre Awards

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  • See our pick of the best dressed celebrities from the Evening Standard Theatre Awards

    Gillian Anderson and Tom Hiddleston may have been the award winners at last night’s Evening Standard Theatre Awards, but we award style points to these best-dressed celebs…

    Suki Waterhouse
    Suki takes the crown for best dressed of the night in this gorgeous Burberry dress. We love the ice blue hue, as well as the delicate lace overlay and the subtle detailing on the sleeves and neckline. Suki vamped up her feminine dress with heavy black eyeliner and berry nails, but the over all look was still soft and romantic.

    Sienna Miller
    Another stunning Burberry dress in all over lace. Sienna’s pink and silver version was chic and modern – a departure from her signature boho styles. We think the actress’s new look suits her, especially the relaxed’do and minimal make-up.

    Gemma Chan
    Burberry was certainly the go-to designer for The Evening Standard Theatre Awards, although Gemma Chan opted for dark drama over pretty lace. Her black gown was elegant and simple, which complemented her red lips and minimal accessories. The lady is a vamp.

    David and Victoria Beckham
    The most powerful couple in the business looked seriously stylish on the Evening Standard red carpet last night. Could David Beckham get any hotter? Knocking our socks off in a navy tux, with a black shawl collar and bow tie, he was the personification of debonair. Victoria also looked striking in an all-black creation from her own label. If this strapless number looks familiar, that’s because the designer wore the white version to the Met Ball earlier this year.

    Naomi Campbell
    The supermodel stuck to her signature look of high octane glamour, with an injection of sex appeal, in this glittering Burberry dress. An unusual choice for the designer, it suited Naomi’s daring style down to a T. Effortlessly accessorised with a fur stole and sky-high gold sandals, this has to be the most classically glamorous look of the evening.

    Natalie Massenet
    Continuing the theme for floor-length florals, the Net-A-Porter founder opted for a demure gown for The Evening Standard Awards. The pink and green flowers were held together by black peekaboo lace, adding a racy touch to an otherwise relatively safe gown.

    Helen McCrory
    This beautiful dress gives Helen real wow factor on the red carpet. The barely-there top, teamed with a princess skirt of tulle and satin, stood out on a red carpet full of column dresses and bright colour. Smoky black eyes and a ladylike updo complemented the dress.

    Anna Wintour
    The Vogue editor set the evening’s trend for sequins – although Anna was slightly more covered up than Naomi, the other champion of shimmering gowns. The only person to incorporate a coat into her red carpet look, Anna kept her accessories to a minimum, even forgoing a bag for the night’s event. Surely the first lady of fashion doesn’t need to carry cash anyway?

    Gala Gordon
    Rising star, Gala, has been friends with Cara Delevingne since she was 13 and we think we can see the model’s style rubbing off on the theatre actress. Bulking the trend for florals, lace and even dresses, Gala opted instead for a mannish tux, which she dressed up with black courts, a matching clutch and a slick of red lipstick.

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