The red carpet at Britain's National Television Awards was buzzing with activity last night and some of our most fashionable stars were flying the Irish flag in the style stakes.

Vogue Williams rocked the red carpet last night in a cobalt dress by Irish designer Shauna Harrison - who only had 12 days to create the look - and has been at the top of every best-dressed list since the occasion.

Vogue's look strikes the balance between the simple and dramatic perfectly, with a classic top and voluminous skirt. The ivory lining adds a pop of colour, as do her red strappy sandals and clutch.

The buttons down the back and the carpet-skimming train are simply stunning and the high neckline really elongates Vogue's neck and works perfectly with her messy up-do. Keeping her make-up look natural, Vogue allowed the dress to do all the talking.

Angela Scanlon went in a totally different direction to Vogue, opting for a short, fun and quirky look from Giles Deacon. We love how Angela always has fun with her outfits and this look proves that who ever said that red heads shouldn't wear orange was wrong.

Laura Whitmore always takes risks on the red carpet and this piece by British designer Maria Grachvogel is certainly not one you'll be forgetting any time soon.

The print looks like it belongs on a canvas and the neckline is beautiful, but does it swamp the Bray native just a tad? Keeping her golden locks sleek and simple, Laura matched her look with a slick of blue eyeshadow, making her eyes pop.

Accessorising with a timeless black clutch and some of her own Daisy x Laura Whitmore jewellery, her overall look was a hit.

Never one to shy away from patterns and prints, Graham Norton donned an eye-catching pink and orange tuxedo jacket (is it just me or is it reminiscent of the backdrop on The Graham Norton Show?) that only he could pull off.

Keeping the rest of his look understated in classic black trousers, shiny black shoes, a black shirt and bow-tie, it was all about that statement jacket.

Poldark star Aidan Turner kept things classic in a tailored navy suit. The actor, who took home the Impact Award at the ceremony, looked every bit the gentleman as he walked the red carpet and all eyes were on him - but we can't give the suit all the credit for that.

Opting for a modern, textured navy tie, and crisp white shirt, Aidan didn't take any chances, but a great suit never goes out of style.