Paul Mescal, Florence Pugh and more lit up the red carpet at the 25th annual British Independent Film Awards, which took place at Old Billingsgate in London last night.

The annual ceremony celebrates the best talent in British independent films, highlighting filmmakers who are pushing the boundaries of storytelling in film.

It was a proud night for Irish talent, also, as Paul Mescal's latest film Aftersun picked up the award for Best British Independent Film, cementing his reputation as one of Hollywood's most exciting leading men, especially in the run up to the Academy Awards.

Paul Mescal. Photo: Getty

Aftersun went on to scoop another six awards on the night.

Paul continued his fashion streak on the night, too, looking suave in a sleek black suit with a crisp white shirt and no tie for a contemporary feel.

He was joined by Normal People co-stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and Fionn O'Shea. Edgar-Jones wore a stunning tailored black suit, which featured wide-legged trousers and festive silver sequin embellishments all over.

O'Shea opted for a black bomber jacket worn over a vibrant red shirt and black trousers, and accessorised with a silver chain.

Florence Pugh in Rodarte. Photo: Getty

Arguably stealing the show, however, was Florence Pugh who walked the red carpet in an ethereal and feminine design by Rodarte. She wore a pale pink satin slip dress with a slit on one leg and delicate lace accents, paired with a voluminous pale pink tulle cape that she draped over her shoulders.

She was joined by her The Wonder co-stars Elaine and Kila Lord Cassidy, who were both styled by Corina Gaffey.

Elaine wore a striking silver tea-length gown by Irish design Helen Cody, featuring appliqué roses and feathers, while Kila wore a red knee-legnth gown, also by Cody, that featured an A-line silhouette and circular designs.

To see the rest of the celebrity looks, click through the gallery above.