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STYLE STEAL: The hottest looks from the BRIT Awards 2018

The style was out of this world at the BRIT Awards last night, and we have all the details.

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A-list stars stepped out last night for a very stylish and sometimes outrageous red carpet for the 2018 BRIT Awards.

Caroline Flack played it safe while Rita Ora and Dua Lipa battled it our for the biggest dress of the night.

Here are our favourite looks from the night and the designers who created these special outfits.

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Holly Willoughby looked regal yet sexy in a white, feathered mini from the SS18 collection by David Koma.

This look is extremely wearable and we can definitely expect some dupes for this dress in stores soon.

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Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown stayed true to her age in a youthful polka dot dress.

Her gorgeous dress is from Rodarte and it works so well with her slicked back bun and dainty satin shoes.

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Rita Ora went big for this years awards with an ombre feathered dress, that looks so soft that you could sleep in it.

Her dress is from Ralph and Russo‘s SS18 collection; we especially love the ombre detail at the end, it gives it an extra layer of dimension – not that it needs any.

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Caroline Flack took it easy in a frilled polka dot dress from Temperly London.

We think that it is a bit too casual for the BRITS but it is a gorgeous dress and definitely wearable; we need it for summer.

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Cheryl and Liam Payne stepped out for the first time together since their split rumours began and they looked as love dup as ever.

Cheryl wore a stunning off the shoulder, black mini from Jean-Louis Sabaji.

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Dua Lipa was the star of the show last night when she won big and dedicate her award to the women of the world.

She arrived in style in a massive, netted dress by Giambattista Vallis from his SS18 collection.

A lot of people have dissed Dua’s outfit but we think it was a bold move that paid off.