She's a red carpet regular who never fails to turn heads with her sensational sense of style.
And Laura Whitmore looked radiant as ever as she joined Charli XCX at this year's NME Awards at the 02 Academy Brixton in London on Wednesday.
Laura, 34, was a sight to behold on the red carpet, donning a black long-sleeved mini-dress with an eye-catching cut-out neckline.
Stunning: Laura Whitmore, 34, looked radiant as ever at this year's NME Awards at the 02 Academy Brixton in London on Wednesday
The garment featured flared sleeves and structured shoulders while the Love Island presenter added height to her frame with a pair of black ankle boots.
Displaying her lithe physique, Laura styled her platinum blonde locks into loose waves for the evening.
Charli, 27, cut an edgy figure for the event, wearing a black top which she paired with matching leather trousers.
Also sporting black heels with an ankle strap, the singer styled her tresses into a ponytail as she posed up a storm on the red carpet.
Looking good: Charli XCX, 27, cut an edgy figure for the event, wearing a black top which she paired with matching leather trousers
Wow: Laura was a sight to behold on the red carpet, donning a black long-sleeved mini-dress with an eye-catching cut-out neckline
Also in attendance was FKA twigs who showed off her quirky fashion sense in dark green pinstripe coat with a gold patterned detail.
The singer, 32, added colour to her look with a bright yellow top while she also wore flared brown trousers.
Her locks in a braided hairstyle for the evening, FKA turned heads with her dramatic green fluffy hat.
Sinitta was another familiar face at this year's awards bash, arriving on the red carpet in a bright orange jumpsuit.
Edgy: Also in attendance was FKA twigs who showed off her quirky fashion sense in dark green pinstripe coat with a gold patterned detail
Colourful: Sinitta was another familiar face at this year's awards bash, arriving on the red carpet in a bright orange jumpsuit
Ensemble: FKA's locks in a braided hairstyle for the evening while she turned heads with her dramatic green fluffy hat
Eye-catching: Molly Moorish was a sight to behold in a multi-coloured blazer with an intricate pattern along with a matching miniskirt
Lady in red: Tigerlilly Taylor, daughter of Queen's Roger Taylor, donned a shimmering maroon minidress
Wearing her hood up, Sinitta, 51, posed up a storm for the cameras while adding height to her frame with chunky black boots.
Wearing black leather gloves, The X Factor star completed her look for the bash with a beige handbag.
Meanwhile, Molly Moorish was a sight to behold in a multi-coloured blazer with an intricate pattern along with a matching miniskirt.
Liam Gallagher's daughter, 21, added to her outfit with a daring black lace crop top while she let her brunette tresses fall loose down her shoulders.
Stunner: Lucy Fallon donned a teal blazer with matching trousers which she paired with a black top
Couple: Lucy looked in good spirits as she was joined at the event by her boyfriend Tom Leech
Style: Katherine Ryan looked sensational in a red sheer dress with a layered, ruffle detail and puffed sleeves
fashion: Ella Eyre wore a green floral printed blazer and matching miniskirt with a beige corset
Laid back: Jamie Winstone opted for a casual look, wearing an orange jumper with a blue striped shirt and a black miniskirt
Musician: Billy Bragg opted for a laid back look in a navy jacket and tan trousers
Other stars who attended this year's event included Katherine Ryan, Tiger Lilly Taylor, Ella Eyre and Lucy Fallon.
Courtney Love will receive the ICon Award at this year's NME Awards, following in the footsteps of previous recipient Shirley Manson.
She said in a statement to NME: 'Thank you so much for this award, it means a lot.
'You were there at the beginning and whilst we've sparred like siblings over the years I've always had a huge respect for what you do, and been very grateful for the support. It's going to be a great night.'
Billy Bragg called the music industry 'sexist' and 'racist' as he praised The 1975's Matthew Healy for saying he will no longer play at music festivals with a lack of female acts on the bill.
Healy made his pledge while responding to the backlash over the recently announced Reading and Leeds line-up, which is dominated by male artists.
Speaking at the NME Awards, Bragg said: 'Power to Matt for talking out.
Casual: Singer Sinead Harnett donned a blue long-sleeved shirt tucked into a pair of denim jeans
Attendees: Kim Petras displayed her sense of style on the red carpet while YUNGBLUD put on an animated display at the bash
'You have to be allies. If you want these things to change then men have to speak out as well. It's not just an issue for women, it's an issue for all of us.'
Asked why change has been slow in the music world, the singer-songwriter said: 'The industry itself is a sexist, racist industry, unfortunately, I'm sorry to say. I'm ashamed to say.
'It was back in the day when I first started and it still is. You have to keep on pushing. These struggles never end.'
Founded by the music magazine New Musical Express (NME), the NME Awards are an annual UK music awards show, the first of which was held in 1953.
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