Alice Temperley picked up the Designer of the Year gong at the Hollywood Style Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (13.11.11).

The British designer - who won worldwide praise for the emerald green gown she created for Pippa Middleton for the royal wedding reception in April - revealed her delight at winning the award just weeks after Queen Elizabeth presented her with an MBE.

It was amazing to go into Buckingham Palace and meet Queen Elizabeth and now the flattery of being on the other side of the planet being honoured for what we do especially when you work so bloody hard . it's a big compliment.

After being presented with the prize by British actress Alice Eve, she said: "It was amazing to go into Buckingham Palace and meet Queen Elizabeth and now the flattery of being on the other side of the planet being honoured for what we do especially when you work so bloody hard . it's a big compliment."

The stars turned out in force to celebrate the artists who help them to look good including hair stylists, makeup artists, colourists, wardrobe stylists and photographers.

Presenting snapper Randall Slavin with his Photographer of the Year award, Eva Longoria said: "If it was up to me I'd have the whole world see me how Randall Slavin does. He has the ability to make a girl look persuasive and fierce and fragile and delicate and a million other things that you never thought could be possible."

Jaime King presented 'KickAss' star Chloe Moretz with the One to Watch award, Selma Blair passed out the Hollywood Boutique of the Year title to Decades while Mandy Moore also took the stage as she announced Molly Stern as Make-Up Artist of the Year.

Hair Stylist of the Year went to Mara Roszak as 'Sex and the City' actress Kristin Davis named Elizabeth Stewart as Stylist of the Year.

Meanwhile Khloe Kardashian honoured her younger half-sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner with the Stylish Sisters trophy.

She said: "Kendall and Kylie are incredibly bright, down-to-earth and amazingly stylish. I really wish I was that stylish at their age. I still take inspiration from them now."