Stylist: Danielle Emerson
Outfit: custom Dilara Findikoglu
Makeup Artist: Anne Sophie Costa
Hairstylist: Larry King
Colorist: Antonia Cometa
Manicurist: Tyler Phoenix
Boots: Jimmy Choo
Clutch: Jimmy Choo
Jewelry: The Great Frog by Reino
Iris Law‘s outfit for this year’s Fashion Awards was undoubtedly one of the best of the night. Always a champion for creativity and pushing boundaries when it comes to unconventional styling, Law knows how to make people stare.
The blonde stunner wore a custom Dilara Findikoglu look consisting of a draped skirt and matching corset with tulle shoulder straps. The whole ensemble was adorned with The Great Frog jewelry: a custom 925 sterling silver bralette, body chain, a serpent arm bracelet and a serpent necklace featuring pearls.
The jewelry brand already collaborated with Dilara Findikoglu for the latter’s Fall 2020 Ready-to-Wear collection.
Iris paired the look with Jimmy Choo tan stretch bonded over-the-knee Bryson 100 boots with a sharply pointed toe and sculptural 100mm heel and a Jimmy Choo Cloud crystal-embellished clutch.
Absolutely worth mentioning: the model was channeling Theda Bara, an American silent film and stage actress. One of cinema’s early sex symbols. So incredibly good to see the reference to Theda‘s costume in Cleopatra (1917).
Her makeup artist Anne Sophie Costa used a Chanel eyeshadow on Iris‘ lids and lined her eyes with a Dior pencil (she did not specify the exact products). Other hero products used were from the brands Suqqu, Anastasia Beverly Hills, Byredo and Burberry.
Hairstylist Larry King finished the look with a bit of Velvet Texture Clay from his haircare line–the bleached do was courtesy of Antonia Cometa.
The Fashion Awards is a fundraiser for the BFC Foundation and focuses on celebrating excellence in the fashion industry and supporting the future pipeline of creative talent.
The BFC Foundation supports the future growth and success of the British fashion industry by focusing on three areas: Education, Grant-Giving & Business Mentoring and the Institute of Positive Fashion.
The BFC Foundation aims to improve equality and opportunity so that the fashion industry remains diverse and open to all, helping talented designers at all stages of their career from school level through to becoming a global fashion brand.
The 2021’s edition was presented by TikTok.