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Get The Look: BRIT Awards 2017

Find out how to get the celebrity look with our exclusive BRIT Awards style round-up, straight from the red carpet.

Ramping up the glam factor on the red carpet, singer Katy Perry wore an embellished mini dress and blazer with serious VIP appeal. The star accessorised with a statement choker dripping in jewels and kept her bold look in full focus with a super-sleek top-knot. Turn up the glitz for your next night out with the sparkle lace choker, made from gold-tone metal and decorated with shimmering crystal gems.

Michelle Keegan
Actress and all-round mega babe Michelle Keegan opted for a cobalt-blue jumpsuit for the night, cinching her waist with a plush velvet belt that felt so on-trend. A glittering clutch bag added a dose of sparkle to her BRIT Awards style, while mix-and-match rings kept it from looking too put-together. Follow her fashion cue with the Anna glitzy clutch, decked out in beads, sequins and jaw-dropping jewels.

All eyes were on Anne-Marie as she arrived for the star-studded ceremony, sporting a swish pink satin dress and a faux fur stole in soft mint green. Wearing her platinum blonde locks in a simple swept-over style, the singer played up to her prom queen look with statement heirloom jewels that caught everyone’s attention.

Naomi Campbell
Statement-making style was on the cards for Naomi Campbell, who showed off her high-fashion credentials with an embellished playsuit, covered with scores of beads. The supermodel let her outfit do all the talking with minimum accessories, opting for a single, sparkling ring to add the finishing touch to her red carpet get-up. Fancy blinging it up like Naomi? Get your hands on the Elanor cut-out ring, featuring pavé-set crystal gems for a dose of after-dark glitz.

Alesha Dixon
Turning up the retro vibes, Alesha Dixon stepped out in a strapless two-piece for the glittering event, showing off her shoulders with a simple top-knot. The singer and Britain’s Got Talent judge jumped on the mis-matched earring trend by donning a hoop on one ear, and a longer piece on the other.