Rita Ora and Amber Davies were among celebrities who turned heads as they graced the red carpet for this year’s The BRIT Awards.
The For You hitmaker – who is set to perform during the star studded annual ceremony – bucked a major fashion trend as she ditched the morbid all-black attire, as well as the pink theme, for a more playful textured garment.
Rita and Kem Cetinay’s ex-girlfriend were not the only stars whose outfits were embedded with feather detailing, proving the style is fast becoming a major trend at the annual event.
But who else wore feathered dresses to the bash?
The 27-year-old singer stunned in the Ralph and Russo couture gown, which is from the designer brand’s Autumn/Winter 2017/18 collection, to this year’s BRIT Awards, which took place at London’s O2 Arena.
The garment features tiers of feather appliqué, as well as glass bead clusters.
Cheryl and Liam Payne arrive on the red carpet together [Getty ]
The strapless gown also has a bodice-style top, which works wonders for the artist by showing off the singer’s slender frame.
On first glance Rita’s gown appears to be white, but it gradually has a mint tone nearer the hem of the dress.
The Love Island beauty opted for a monochrome outfit for the music extravaganza.
The brunette beauty sported a 60s-inspired gown to the event, as she donned a black mini dress, with white panel detail.
The 21 year old’s dress also had back feather detail along the seam of her dress, which separated the black and white panels.
The reality star went for classic accessories as she wore white heeled ankle boots, an Yves Saint Laurent bag as well as white rose badge in support of the Me Too campaign.
The Dancing On Ice co-presenter looked flawless as she graced the red carpet and flaunted her toned pins in the white blazer mini dress.
Holly followed in Rita’s footsteps as she too had feathered detailing on her sleek attire.
The additional feather element was attached to the hem of the 37 year old’s dress.
Not only did Holly’s dress have feather detail, it also had large black buttons around the bottom of the dress and across the chest, which some believe is a nod to the Time’s Up campaign.
Rita, Holly and Amber were not the only stars to opt for feathers in their outfits, as model Adwoa Aboah also followed suit.
The BRIT Awards will be aired on ITV at 8pm, and will be hosted by Jack Whitehall.