Upcoming names and veterans of the creative industries mingled on the red carpet of the Vanity Fair EE Rising Star Party.
Stars of the big and small screens were pictured alongside musical talent at the event in south London on Thursday night.
Big musical names from the noughties included Nicola Roberts, Frankie Bridge and US singer Ashley Roberts.
She accessorised the outfit with a small black handbag topped with red roses.
Bridge began her career in 2001 as part of S Club Juniors before successfully auditioning for The Saturdays in 2007.
The singer wore a small light-pink corset top, with matching trousers, though left her shoulders completely bare.
The broadcaster and presenter wore long black trousers with a small purple, jewel encrusted top in the shape of a butterfly, which was both shoulderless and backless.
Elsewhere, stars of sixth-form sitcom The Inbetweeners, Emily Atack and Blake Harrison were reunited.
It comes following the release of her poignant documentary Emily Atack: Asking For It? which aired on BBC Two on Tuesday night.
Stars of Derry Girls Dylan Llewellyn and It’s A Sin actor Nathaniel Curtis also donned a simple but bold look.
Curtis, who played Ash Mukherjee, in the emotional Channel 4 drama, wore a deep red-orange, double-breasted jacket with a black t-shirt.
Actors from the Star Wars franchise also attended the event including Naomi Ackie, and Varada Sethu, who stars in Disney+’s award-winning spinoff series Andor.
Sethu opted for a cream, two-piece ensemble with billowing sleeves and an ornate gold and white choker necklace.
Also pictured at the event were famous faces including broadcaster Dermot O’Leary who attended with his wife Dee Koppang.
Up and coming musical talent Emma Eyre was also pictured on the red carpet, along with actors Anthony Welsh, Rosaline Eleazar and Wallis Day.