So many looks for so few awards! Each year we find ourselves saying, why so few awards when there are SO many amazing looks. OK, first, we'll address the winners, and then we'll hand out a few awards of our own...
Most Stylish Woman went to Pippa O'Connor. No one can argue with that. Radiant isn't the word. Her dress is by Alice + Olivia.
Most Stylish Man went to Mrs Brown's Boys' Rory Cowan, who was sporting the accessory of the moment.
Most Stylish Newcomer with to this year's Rose Of Tralee (in case you were in any doubt), Maria Walsh, working a monochrome fishtailed ensemble.
Lisa Fitzpatrick nailed The Look Of The Year...
While (very) new mum Jennifer Maguire won Most Stylish Look Of The Night in Marion Murphy Cooney. An extremely deserved winner, especially given she gave birth a matter of weeks ago.
Last, but by no means least, we have The Most Stylish Man at The Marker - Sean Munsanje.
Now, to those who should've gone home with some form of gong given the level of effort they went to... Firstly, Roz Purcell and Daniella Moyles win the 'Eat Your Heart Out, Robert Palmer' award for minimalist sex appeal. Roz is sporting Scribe by Roz, obvs. Daniella is wearing Catriona Hanly.
The 'We Are Family' award goes to The Ryans, featuring Lottie, Morah and Bonnie (Lottie is wearing Umit Kutluk, while Bonnie is sporting H&M's new Conscious Collection).
The 'Xpose' award goes to Lisa Cannon in Vera Wang...
And the winner of 'The Look That Stole Our Eyeballs' goes to Lorraine Keane. WOW. OK, so we're struggling to look past the crown and glory that is her hair, and her amazing skin, so really she could be wearing anything and we'd still be saying 'WOW'.
Other notable looks of the night went to Caroline Morahan in a Littlewoods number, Aoibhinn McGinnity's Marion Murphy Cooney jumpsuit, Rosanna Davison in Jovani, and Aoibhin Garrihy (you may recognise her from Fair City) wearing what 'Two Face' would be if he ever masqueraded as a dress.