Kylie Minogue leads the performers in a black floral jumpsuit as she entertains a packed Royal Albert Hall while topping the bill at the star-studded 2021 British Fashion Awards
The Australian singer joined performers including Charli XCX at the event, which returned to full capacity following a year blighted by coronavirus prompted lockdown restrictions and health a safety concerns.
Taking to the stage in a floral patterned jumpsuit, Kylie, 53, confirmed she has lost none of her allure while performing her 2003 hit Slow.
Event organisers were quick to acknowledge the singer’s contribution to the British fashion industry by superimposing her cover-shoots for POP and Vogue magazine across the enormous stage.
Star of the show: Kylie Minogue entertained an exclusive guest list inside London’s cavernous Royal Albert Hall on Monday night as she topped the bill at the star-studded 2021 Fashion Awards
Accompanied by a series of backing dancers, the songstress put on an effortless display, manoeuvring her way around the stage in towering heels.
She was later embraced by American actor and singer Billy Porter, who served as host during Monday evening’s extravaganza.
Known as the British Fashion Awards up until 2016, the ceremony was first established in 1989 in a bid to spotlight those making impressive contributions to the industry.
Blooming lovely: Taking to the stage in a floral patterned jumpsuit, Kylie, 53, confirmed she has lost none of her allure while performing her 2003 hit Slow
Incredible: Accompanied by a series of backing dancers, the songstress put on an effortless display, manoeuvring her way around the stage in towering heels
Impressive: Fans were treated to a stunning performance from the singer as Monday’s ceremony got underway
The star-studded event was marked with a performance from Charli XCX alongside a fashion show.
Idris Elba led a tribute to designer Virgil Abloah, who made history as Louis Vuitton’s first black artistic director, and died at age 41 on Sunday following a secret years-long battle with cancer.
The fashion prodigy, a married father of two, had been privately battling a rare form of the disease called cardiac angiosarcoma. He was diagnosed with the condition in 2019.
‘We are all shocked by this terrible news, Virgil was not only a genius designer, a visionary, he was also a man with a beautiful soul and great wisdom,’ Louis Vuitton executive director Bernault Arnault said in a statement.
She’s still got it: The singer and her dancers put on a carefully choreographed performance for the star-studded guest list
Can’t get her out of my head: The singer’s slender physique was accentuated by her form-fitting floral jumpsuit
It’s a match: Kylie’s dancers wore equally distinctive jumpsuits, adorned with colourful green floral patterns
‘The LVMH family joins me in this moment of great sorrow and we are all thinking of his loved ones after the passing of their husband, their brother, their father or their friend.’
His designs were supported by the biggest names in fashion, including Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Hailey Bieber, and sisters Bella and Gigi Hadid.
Who wants to dance? Guests were on their feet as she performed a live version of Slow at the annual ceremony on Monday