6 Looks We Loved From Last Night’s Fashion LA Awards

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  • Jennifer Lopez, Kate Hudson, Rosie Huntington-Whitely and more

    Jennifer Lopez, Kate Hudson, Rosie Huntington-Whitely and more of Hollywood’s A-list fashion pack turned out in their finery last night, to basically applaud their own great style at the Daily Front Row Fashion LA Awards.

    Hosted by Nicole Richie, the awards acknowledged stars who have made a key contribution to the LA fashion scene in the last year – Bella Hadid scooped the Model Of The Year prize, Jennifer Meyer accepted the jewellery designer of the year gong from her best friend Kate Hudson, and Karl Lagerfeld won the fashion icon award, acknowledging that everyone in Tinseltown will forever be obsessed with Chanel.

    Rising star designer Brandon Maxwell won Best Designer Debut, with the prize presented by his muse Lady Gaga who also won Editor Of The Year, piping several media heavyweights to the post.

    These are the looks you need to see from the night…

    Gigi Hadid
    Holy smokes. Gigi Hadid essentially floated into the award ceremony in her Yanina Couture naked dress, embroidered with feather patterns and worn with a white bodysuit underneath.

    Jennifer Lopez
    J-Lo’s gone all ladylike on us teaming her slightly shimmery Ermanno Scervino midi dress, with a ribbon neck tie and sharp white pumps.

    Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
    RHW put a feminine spin on military in this volume-packed minidress by Balmain. See all the looks in the gallery above.

    Kate Hudson
    Reminding us all that the LA fashion scene loves a black bandeau top, Kate blocked monochrome layers into her outfit and went with a slicked back beauty look.

    Kaia Gerber
    Cindy Crawford’s mini-me, Kaia made one of her first solo red carpet appearances in a studded empire line gown.

    Lady Gaga
    Gaga’s gown was fresh off the Saint Laurent runway and a kooky cool nod to SS16’s geek chic styling trend. The dress fabric is a bit carpet-y, the sleeves are shaggy and the high neck collar is made of futuristic lame – a perfect fash clash if ever we saw one.

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