Celebs partying in Hyde Park just gave us all our summer wardrobe ideas.


The Serpentine Summer Party Co-Hosted By Tommy Hilfiger - Arrivals

Everyone who is anyone spent Wednesday night at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London's Hyde Park - and their outfits gave us all the fashion inspo we could possibly need for the summer.

While they put on a show of completely contrasting styles and colours, we loved all of it.

There was a touch of the tigress about Arizona Muse's striking pattern and dark lipstick combo...

Arizona Muse.

While Bianca Jagger elegantly took inspiration from some of the Serpentine swans.

Bianca Jagger.

Bold eye-liner set off Laura Bailey's strong, slightly gothic, monochrome look...

Laura Bailey.

While Maisie Williams blended into the surroundings with her super cute plant prints.

Maisie Williams.

Toni Garrn managed (somehow) to rock a daring 80s-style jacket with some kiddy shorts...

Toni Garrn.

While the creator of our favourite Romeo and Juliet movie, Baz Luhrmann, kept it simple, with just a pinkish hint of romance.

Baz Luhrmann.

What were we saying about the 80s? Some big hair and a cool faux-undone-bow-tie from Tamsin Egerton.

Tamsin Egerton.

And Caroline Sieber showed us that, sometimes, an all-lace overlay really can work.

Caroline Sieber.

If you're going for the floor-length gown, you can go for all-out sparkles...

Lady Victoria Hervey.

Or keep it simple and elegant. Gorgeous.

Matilda Lowther.

Princess Tiger Lily? Boho Tinkerbell? We loved Jackie St Claire's colourful tribute to Kensington's own Peter Pan...

Jackie St Claire.

And the hint of jazz from Tommy Hilfiger.

Tommy Hilfiger.

Lady Amelia Windsor brought back the clogs to add just a splash of colour to a toned-down dress...

Lady Amelia Windsor.

But we can always rely on Fearne Cotton to brighten up any event with some bold colouring.

Fearne Cotton.

Yes, Calypso Rose. Just, yes.

Calypso Rose.

A stunningly ornate two-piece from Winnie Harlow.

Winnie Harlow.

But then, wait, is that supposed to look like...? On your own, Meredith Ostrum.

But we still sorta dig it.