The Essex-born model Menswear Committee member sat front row at Lee Roach and the MAN earlier in the day before attending the do, also attended by Prime Minister David Cameron.
Cameron cheered on the shows, telling the audience that “the fashion industry plays a vital part in our economy, contributing to over 20 billion pounds every year,” according to the British Fashion Council’s tweets.
Gandy, who is also a blogger for UK Vogue, recently gave Romeo Beckham the seal of approval for his Burberry campaign.
“Romeo looks like a natural to me and does a wonderful job for a great British brand,” Tthe Dolce & Gabbana model told the Mail on Sunday.
“He looks as though he really enjoyed himself and had fun. It would be very hard to set an age limit for models when most brands have a children’s line.”