RITA Ora led the A-list arrivals at Vogue World London tonight.
The Brit singer, 32, turned heads as she hit the red carpet with the fashion elite for the spectacular fundraiser in the West End.
Among the guests were Princess Eugenie, 33, Kate Winslet, 47, Victoria Beckham, 49, and Brit actress Jodie Turner-Smith, 37 — whose get-up left little to the imagination.
Others at the fashion mag’s extravaganza included 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 cover of Opus III’s It’s a Fine Day, while Scottish star Annie Lennox, 68, sang her 1983 hit Sweet Dreams.
Actors Damien Lewis, 52, and James McAvoy, 44, also appeared on stage.
The sparkling event — dubbed the UK’s answer to New York’s Met Gala — was raising cash for the performing arts.
It was masterminded by an international Vogue team led by Anna Wintour.
She said: “The arts are under threat in the UK and Vogue World will be a timely reminder of how important they are, how vital a part of our lives, and how much they need our support.”