Cara Delevingne sported the latest design from her joint venture with the British heritage brand at the annual ceremony in London on Tuesday night (18.02.14).
Cara Delevingne debuted her own Mulberry collection at the Elle Style Awards.
The 21-year-old model - who presented an award to Pharrell Williams for International Recording Artist - sported the latest design from her joint venture with the British heritage brand at the annual ceremony in London on Tuesday night (18.02.14).
Cara opted for a daring plunge neck gown which she paired with a black quilted leather backpack - one of three designs - from her collection following its debut Claridges department store on Sunday (16.02.14).
Other stars on the night included Emma Watson, who turned heads in a sequinned t-shirt top and a Giambattista Valli Couture origami style skirt, before picking up an award for Actress Of The Year.
Lily Allen kept her look simple to pick up an award for UK Recording Artist as she sported an elegant black Roland Mouret dress which made a departure from the unusual Vivienne Westwood gown she wore to the BAFTA's on Sunday (16.02.14).
Meanwhile, Jessie J split opinion for her choice of outfit when she wore a bandage style pink dress with lace up thigh boots. The 'Wild' singer also added length to her signature cropped hairstyle by sporting a long straight black wig.
Elle Style Awards 2014 winners:
UK Recording Artist Female: Lily Allen
British Designer of the Year: Christopher Kane
ELLE Model of the Year: Suki Waterhouse
UK Recording Artist Male: Tinie Tempah
Accessory Designer of the Year: Kate Hillier
ELLE Man of the Year: Tom Hiddleston VT
Red Carpet Designer of the Year: Emilia Wickstead
Contemporary Designer of the Year: Isabel Marant
Fashion Innovator: Nicola Formichetti for Diesel
International Recording Artist: Pharrell Williams
Actress of the Year: Emma Watson
Lifetime Achievement: David Bailey
ELLE Woman of the Year: Katy Perry
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