The annual British Fashion Awards are just around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited! The event recognises the achievements of the best British designers, and we’re confident that Robert Pattinson will take home a huge amount of trophies this year.

The actor/model/writer/director/designer is nominated for six awards, including best British male style. Here’s an overview of what to expect from his outfits while at the event.

Robert Pattinson’s Luxury Lingerie Items

Lingerie is a huge part of Victoria Beckham’s fashion business – she is the founder of the brand and also the owner of its retail arm – and it’s clearly had a huge impact on her former assistant’s style. The British Fashion Awards will present Beckham with an award for her influence on fashion.

A number of designers are set to grace the red carpet in some of the sexiest and most luxurious pieces imaginable. One of the more popular and talented British brands, Edward Enninful, showcased some incredible creations, and we’ll be looking out for his name to be spelt out in extravagant letters on the beautiful evening gowns, cocktail dresses, and lingerie.

Rapper’s Slim-Fit Denim And Leather Wear

While the world at large may have embraced the style du jour, the fashion world has often proved slow to move, particularly when it comes to younger generations and current events. This year was one of the more significant transformations in men’s fashion, with many designers standing out for their unique and individual takes on how men can look stylish and cool. Chief among them is Drake, whose fashion lines include luxurious materials and high-end garments that are totally unique and fit for a king or a commoner.

Rapper Off-White is another huge name in men’s styling and will be representing the elite fashion world. He is the founder and creative director of the luxury fashion label, White, and we can expect to see many ensembles brimming with luxury and class.

Preppy Chic

Award-winning menswear designer and co-founder of the successful Marimekko brand, Ilkka Westerlund, will walk the red carpet looking dapper in a plaid, check shirt and blazer combo. The Swedish-born designer has consistently proved that tradition is not dead, and that men can look cool and classy while embracing their inner preppy.

Another designer who has risen to fame thanks to his dashing looks and unique approach to tailoring is William Wang. The British Fashion Award-winning designer will be wearing a suit made famous by the film star, Channing Tatum. Most notably, the suit will be made from a lightweight Japanese textile known as Ishibashi. This fabric is extremely thin and is said to feel like it’s ‘on a cloud’.


The fashion world’s reaction to the international success of sportswear brands has been phenomenal. From Under Armour’s (UA) dominant athletic wear to the rise of Japanese designers such as Nike (NIKE) and Supersport (SSI), the global appeal of sport is unrivalled.

The British Fashion Awards will present British sportswear with the greatest design awards of the night. The night will start with British sportswear designer, Ben Mudd, receiving a special award for his contribution to the fashion industry. Mudd was responsible for designing the unique maroon and white livery that serves as the logo for British tennis star, Andy Murray, and it’s fair to say that his work has not gone unnoticed.

Murray is set to dazzle in his home city of London when he competes in this year’s British Open tennis tournament. The fashion world will be out in force to watch the tennis superstar in action, and we can expect to see tennis stars wearing outfits representative of their home city. Mudd will be looking to present the best possible image of competitive tennis in England.


The biggest shift in men’s style in recent years has been the casualisation of menswear. From the early 2000s, designers have been creating versatile looks that can be worn casually or professionally, and this versatile style has continued to dominate when it comes to male fashion in general.

The biggest names in casual fashion are currently Burberry (BRBY.LN) and Ralph Lauren (RL) and their influence can be seen in brands including Acne, Agent Provocateur, and many more.

The British Fashion Awards will present casual fashion with the greatest design awards of the night. The night will start with the award for best British brand for casual wear going to Acne. The Swedish brand rose to fame for its streetwear, but it has expanded into menswear, womenswear, and kidswear too.

Slim-fit and relaxed tailoring is also dominating the fashion scene nowadays, and Italian brand, Diesel, will be representing the casual end of the fashion spectrum. We can expect to see the Italian fashion house showcase its popular Scratch label.

The casual star of the night is almost certainly going to be Ralph Lauren. The multibillion dollar American brand is responsible for some of the most popular brands in the world, including Ralph Lauren, Polo Ralph Lauren, and more. The designer will be looking to prove that his influence extends beyond his famous clothing lines.


The influence of design icons such as Louis Vuitton (LV) and Burberry (BRBY.LN) continues to permeate the design world, and the British Fashion Awards will present classic fashion with the greatest design awards of the night. This influence can be seen in many classic British brands such as Paul Smith (PS) and Mulberry (MLB).

The British Fashion Awards will present classic fashion with the greatest design awards of the night. The night will start with the award for best British brand going to Paul Smith. The iconic British designer is best known for its tie-waist dresses and tailored shirts, and we can expect to see many ensembles that pay tribute to the ‘English fashionista’.

Classic British fashion is often associated with olde England, but this doesn’t mean that it has to evoke a bygone era. The British Fashion Awards will present classic fashion with the greatest design awards of the night. This year’s nominees include Burberry, which has been responsible for a wide range of classic garments for more than a century; Mulberry, which is best known for its leather goods and accessories; and Paul Smith, which has been creating bespoke clothing since 1877.