Lily Allen is on one hell of a fashion roll, and last night’s NME Awards saw the singer cracking out another quirky red carpet winner at London’s O2 Brixton Academy.
The 28-year-old Hard Out There songstress turned up in a ’60s colour block frock by London-based designer Roksanda Illincic. Seen strutting down the SS14 catwalk earlier this year, Lily’s flattering black, white and orange dress had a touch of bumble bee about it and looked totally gorgeous teamed with chic white stilettos and a ladylike Louis Vuitton handbag.
In true Allen style, the singer then celebrated this season’s colour clash trend by slinging a blue and green retro fur coat over one shoulder and flaunting some seriously colourful Jamaican-style nail art. Busy, bold and totally hot.
And it wasn’t just Lily’s fab outfit that had the singer smiling – the mum-of-three also nabbed NME’s Best Solo Artist gong (which she later broke at the after-party, oops), beating off the likes of Kanye West and Bowie.
Bravo, Lils. Bravo.
By Robyn Munson