RITA Ora led the A-record arrivals at Vogue Environment London tonight.
The Brit singer, 32, turned heads as she strike the red carpet with the style elite for the magnificent fundraiser in the West End.
Amongst the friends ended up Princess Eugenie, 33, Kate Winslet, 47, Victoria Beckham, 49, and Brit actress Jodie Turner-Smith, 37 — whose get-up still left small to the imagination.
Many others at the style mag’s extravaganza incorporated US singer Dove Cameron, 27, and Brit actresses Daisy Edgar-Jones, 25, and Simone Ashley, 28.
Brit rapper Stormzy was the headline performer at the packed 2,000-seater Theatre Royal.
Fellow Brit FKA Twigs, 35, did a include of Opus III’s It’s a Great Working day, while Scottish star Annie Lennox, 68, sang her 1983 hit Sweet Goals.
Actors Damien Lewis, 52, and James McAvoy, 44, also appeared on stage.
The sparkling occasion — dubbed the UK’s respond to to New York’s Satisfied Gala — was boosting dollars for the doing arts.
It was masterminded by an worldwide Vogue crew led by Anna Wintour.
She explained: “The arts are below menace in the United kingdom and Vogue Globe will be a timely reminder of how critical they are, how crucial a section of our life, and how a great deal they will need our assist.”