In celebration of London Fashion Week, we asked you to vote on our blog for the best British
fashion moment of all time. You chose your winner - and now you can read on for the full list of
results below! If you get inspired, you can get the look by checking out our dresses page below.
Ultimate girl power to Geri who is your favourite British fashion moment ever! Taking 78% of the votes, Geri claimed a landslide victory. Voters chose her figure hugging union jack dress, which was bold, proud and took body con dresses to the next level! We'll never forget singing into our hair brushes watching her at the 1997 Brit Awards.
Kate Middleton stunned the world in her wedding dress in 2011. She claims runner-up spot with 7% of votes for her Sarah Burton dress. The beautiful bride became a British style icon as she revealed her lace dress to the world. She single-handedly made lace trendy again, with lace dresses more popular than ever!
Another Spice Girl to come top in our poll, Posh won 5% of your votes. Her fashion debut came modelling for Maria Grachvogel at London Fashion Week in 2000. This started her on the path towards becoming a fashion icon and designer. And her flamenco style floor sweeping gown kick started her love of maxi dresses.
A true British fashion icon, Twiggy - aka Lesley Lawson is regarded as many as the first ever supermodel. Back in the swinging 60s, she started modelling and by 16 was a household name. These days, a ton of celebs lend her retro cool - in shift dresses and flats - to their style, such as Sienna Miller, Cara Delevigne and Daisy Lowe.
Back in 1994, Liz wore a dress held by safety pins to the premiere of boyfriend Hugh Grant's film 'Four Weddings and a Funeral'. The world went crazy. Even now, it's probably one of our favourite black dresses of all time!
One of the most important British fashion designers in history, Quant had a fresh, new outlook on style. Back in the sixties, she made mini skirts popular in London - and then around the world.
In 1974, Vivienne Westwood and her boyfriend, Malcolm McLaren opened a shop on the Kings Road and Malcolm started managing The Sex Pistols. And so punk fashion was born. And Westwood's amazing career began.
Back in the 90s, modelled for every big designer, fronted every campaign and was at every party. She challenged the high glamour 'model look' with her effortless style and slip dresses, which became her signature look. And it was this fresh look and attitude that made her a style icon to women everywhere today.
Another game changing British model, Naomi Campbell transformed the industry. Among her many achievements, she became the first black cover girl since 1966 for British Vogue in 1987, then French Vogue in 1988, and the September cover in the US in 1989. She's name checked as an inspiration to many models today.
Liz is one of the biggest film stars of all time, but was also famous for her marriages - and the jewellery! In 2011, her vast jewellery collection was auctioned in the US and set a new world record, going for an incredible $115.9 million. She remains a timeless fashion icon in her 1950s style of prom dresses dressed with diamonds.