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Missed Opportunity: Cara Delevingne Doesn't Take Home the British Fashion Award for Silliest Faces

BFA winners group shot, via Getty
BFA winners group shot, via Getty

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In spite of the 2012 Olympic ceremonial costumes, Britain will forever be the country of cool when it comes to style, which is why the British Fashion Awards are like a cheat sheet for awesome. Stella McCartney, who made up for the above mentioned Star Trek-meets-Robin Hood mistake with athletic-chic British uniforms, was the night's big winner, taking home both Designer of the Year Award and Brand of the Year.

Alexa Chung charmed with her third win for British Style Award, and also, here's a new category proposal: Silliest British Face, which would obviously go to our favorite weirdo Cara Delevingne. Instead she just took home the top model award. Whelp, maybe next year. See all the winners after the jump.

Click through the gallery for the winners!
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