British fashion took centre stage at a segment in the closing ceremony of the London Olympic Games to showcase some of the country's best models and designers.
However, netizens and commentators have taken issue with some of the choices onstage.
Snide comments flooded Twitter over the inclusion of top models Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell in the show, given their past controversies.
Kate is well known for her controversial lifestyle that includes drug abuse. TV host Piers Morgan tweeted: "I suspect Kate Moss might fail her drugs test later". Others speculated that the model may have been stoned during the performance as she had a vacant expression on her face.
Many also made jibes at Naomi's highly-publicised convictions in the past for assaulting employees and police officers.
Novelist Jojo Moyes tweeted: "Naomi Campbell: gold medal in phone throwing." And The Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman tweeted: "In the Opening Ceremony we had teenagers texting on mobiles; in the Closing Ceremony Naomi Campbell will chuck her phone at someone's head."
Many also questioned the choice of featuring Victoria Beckham's designs among the best of British design. Journalist Andrew Cotter tweeted: "Did they just list great British designers and include the name of Victoria Beckham?" Victoria has only started her label a few years ago and has not received critical acclaim like the other brands, although she did win Designer Brand of the Year at the 2011 British Fashion Awards.
Victoria Beckham's dress was worn by Georgia May Jagger, youngest daughter of rock star Mick Jagger, while Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell wore Alexander McQueen.
Also in the performance were Karen Elson in a Burberry lace bustier dress, Lily Cole in an Erdem lace cocktail dress and Lily Donaldson in a sequined Vivienne Westwood dress.
Former 90s 'it' model Stella Tennant showcased a crystal suit by Christoper Kane and Jourdan Dunn wore a white and gold Jonathan Saunders gown. The only male model David Gandy in the segment, was decked in a Paul Smith suit.