BRIT Awards: Style through the Years

Next month (24 February, to be exact) sees the BRIT Awards grace London once again, celebrating the best in British – and international – music. What began in 1977 has grown into one of Britain’s biggest annual music events, throwing up some of the best parts of music history; Freddie Mercury’s final public appearance, Oasis heckling Blur at the height of their Britpop rivalry, David Bowie entering the Scottish independence debate and that incident with Madonna and the cape among them.

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In celebration, we’re looking back at some of the best style at the BRITs over the years, from Bananarama’s incredible ’80s get-up, to Arctic Monkeys’ country chic and Mark Ronson’s electric blue suit.

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Sarah Atkinson

Sarah Atkinson

Writer and expert