The O2 Arena saw the biggest stars from the music industry descending on the red carpet in glamourous dresses, gowns and sharp suits at the Brit Awards 2016.

From Rihanna to Adele, Kylie Minogue and Little Mix, we round up the best and worst dressed - see who wore what and who showed up in the same dress.

Adele, who was the winner of the night with the British Female Solo, steal the show when she appeared on the red carpet wearing a red clafton gown with ruffled layers, teamed up with matching lips. Fan were praising the Hello hitmaker on social media. 

Pop star Rihanna, who presented a sexy performance of 'Work' alongside Drake, rocked a delicate layered, lilac dress with seashell-like effect, spaguetti straps and a plunging neckline, from Armani Prive. 

Newly-engaged to model Joshua Sasse, Kylie Minogue, surprised fans in a flirty gothic look, combining a black and nude corset with a floaty prom-style skirt in a heavy lace, matched with satin emerald green heels and a playful wide-brimmed hat.

Other A-listers to be spotted were Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Florence Welch, Lana Del Rey, Karlie Kloss, Jess Glynne, Little Mix and One Direction's Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne.

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