The singer toasted her British single award for One Kiss at the Chiltern Firehouse, where she was joined by fellow winner Calvin Harris, with whom she collaborated on the track, and other stars including Jess Glynne, Anne-Marie, Lily Allen and Cuba Gooding Jr.
But Lipa’s family were her focus as she danced with her father Dukagjin, mother Anesa, sister Rina and model boyfriend Isaac Carew until 4am.
Speaking to the Standard at the Warner Music & CIROC Vodka House Party in association with GQ, she said: “I never thought I’d be back at the Brits so soon, after winning two last year.
“I’ve brought my family again as I really would have not been able to do any of this without them. I can’t tell you how much of an honour it is to win.”
Glynne insisted she was “totally fine” after missing out on any awards from her four nominations — and was later seen playfully wrestling with a group of friends on the ground.
Newcomer Lizzo performed a live set, while Pete Tong, Siobhan Bell, DJ Henri and DJ Doug Marshall took to the decks.
Across the river at The Ned, the Universal Music party hosted by BACARDÍ Rum and the Soho House was in full swing, led by The 1975, who claimed the best British band and album of the year awards. Other guests included Jared Leto, Jessie Buckley, Liam Payne, Mel C and Maya Jama.
Paloma Faith and Little Mix enjoyed the Sony bash at the Shard’s Aqua while at One Marylebone, the Beats by Dr. Dre and Since 93 Brit Awards Party attracted the likes of Krept & Konan, Stormzy, Naughty Boy and DJ Spoony