Jessie Ware showed off her chic sense of style as she attended the Jamal Edwards Trust Gala in London on Tuesday.
The singer, 37, wore a black floor-length dress with a plunging neckline and carried a matching clutch purse.
She was joined at the event by pop star Ed Sheeran, 31, who cut a casual figure in a white T-shirt and a pair of black trousers.
He completed his look with a pair of white trainers and the extensive body art on his arm was left on show due to his short sleeves.
Ed was in good spirits as he larked about with event host Terry Crews, 54, who looked dapper in a black tuxedo and matching bow tie.
The American actor wore a crisp white shirt and had a matching pocket handkerchief tucked into his jacket.
Elsewhere, composer Max Cyrus looked stylish in a brown suit which he teamed with a black shirt.
He completed his look by opting for a pair of smartly polished black shoes.
The late Jamal’s mother, Loose Women regular Brenda Edwards, and his sister Tanisha also posed-up for pictures at the event.
Singer Brenda, 53, wore a royal blue trouser suit which she teamed with a tiered white blouse.
She wore a pair of comfortable white trainers and accessorised with a delicate chain necklace.
Tanisa wore a blue, black and white mini skirt and matching jacket which she wore with a white top.
She wore a pair of grey and white trainers with a picture of her brother Jamal on the side.
The Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust was set up by his family to support the causes that mattered most to Jamal – combatting homelessness, supporting people with mental health issues and providing young people with essential life skills.
All funds raised from Tuesday’s event will be going to support these causes with the main focus being to give young people the opportunity to thrive in the media industry.
Carrying on the work that Jamal started, and in partnership with youth homelessness charity Centrepoint, the Trust is developing a scholarship programme and back-to-work scheme for young people at risk of homelessness.
It will develop careers and opportunities in the media and secure accommodation to help young people move away from homelessness for good.
Music entrepreneur Jamal Edwards died in February this year from a cardiac arrest after a late night cocaine and drinking session, an inquest heard in August.
His heartbroken mother, Brenda, described him as ‘a beautiful and selfless person’ in a statement read to the inquest. Earlier this year she said she wanted his death to ‘help drive more conversation about the unpredictability of recreational drugs’.
Mr Edwards was awarded an MBE in 2014 for his services to music and he was an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust.
In a statement read to the hearing, Brenda Edwards said: ‘Jamal was a beautiful and selfless person.
‘Since growing up with his family in Acton he made it his personal mission to open doors for others to walk through.
‘To help people through life, to love and to laugh. And most importantly, to just make people happy.’
She added: ‘Jamal helped so many, working tirelessly to give a platform to people.
‘His charitable work stretched near and far, from working at homeless shelters to giving back to his roots in St Vincent and the Grenadines.
‘We are so proud of everything Jamal achieved over the course of his 31 years and how he impacted others’ lives. We miss him so much.’