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This Is the One Label You Couldn’t Have Missed on the Fashion Awards 2021 Red Carpet

From left: Arlissa Rupert, Ikram Abdi, Sabina Bilenko, Lena Periminova, Diana Bilenko, Sinaid Harnett, Lady Amelia Windsor. Photo: German Larkin

In celebration of all the creatives and entertainers breaking boundaries in the fashion industry, TikTok recently presented the Fashion Awards 2021. Against a glittering backdrop, several models and celebrities walked the red carpet dressed in Sabina Bilenko, the couture brand lead by twin sisters Diana and Sabina Bilenko.

Arlissa Rupert gave us major Swan Lake magic in a sweetheart mini white dress draped with rhinestones and crystals, a faille coat, and a matching frosted headband, while former Vogue Arabia cover star Ikram Abdi embraced the drama of a feathered cape, draped over an encrusted white gown. Another pale pink treat was brought to the red carpet by Lena Perminova, who chose a girly silk marocain crepe floor-length skirt with a centre front drape, paired with a bustier top, a pink chiffon shawl, and full-length gloves.

Sabina of Sabina Bilenko broke the icy hues of white and gold at the Fashion Awards in a navy crepe tailored suit with a single-breasted crystal-embellished waistcoat, and was joined by sister Diana Bilenko in an embroidered sheer crystal, glass bead dress. Sinead Harnett showed up in a light pink tulle embroidered playsuit, which she paired with a dazzling trail featuring feathers.

And that’s not all. For the evening, Sabina Bilenko also won the vote of British Actress Kate Beckinsale, who made an appearance in a black velvet dress iced with pink crystals and glass beads. Joining her was model and royal Lady Amelia Windsor, seen in a sparkling gold tulle dress with a pleated bodice and off-shoulder top.

Honoring industry game-changers under five categories of Environment, People and Creativity, nominees at the Fashion Awards were voted by a panel of over 800 members from the international fashion industry, hosted by playwright star Billy Porter. A live performance by the British star Griff animated the event, launching the first-ever red carpet live stream on the official TikTok account of the Fashion Awards, marking a breakthrough in technology and online communities.

Lena Perminova. Photo: German Larkin

Sabina Bilenko, Kate Beckinsale and Diana Bilenko. Photo: German Larkin

Lady Amelia Windsor. Photo: German Larkin

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