She celebrated the pinnacle of her career on Tuesday, scooping the British Female Solo Artist gong at the Brit Awards.
And Mabel was every inch the superstar as she displayed some edgy new locks while stepping out in London on Thursday.
The Finders Keepers singer, 24, looked stunning as she traded her raven bob for a flowing blue-rinsed wig while cradling her precious puppy Imani in the capital.
Gorgeous: Mabel was every inch the superstar as she displayed some edgy new locks while stepping out in London on Thursday
Mabel wrapped up in a mint green hoodie paired with matching trousers which displayed her toned legs as she walked along.
The star opted for comfort with a pair of fuchsia, white and green trainers.
The songstress completed her look with a black leather jacket adorned with racing badges.
The beauty accentuated her pretty features with metallic shadow, fluttery lashes and coral lipgloss.
Change: The Finders Keepers singer, 24, looked stunning as she traded her raven bob for a flowing blue-rinsed wig while cradling her precious puppy Imani in the capital
The sighting comes two days after Mabel won the biggest award of her career, after picking up three nominations.
Lewis Capaldi, Stormzy and Billie Eilish led the winners on Tuesday evening in a largely male dominated BRIT Awards shortlist.
Lewis, 23, claimed two awards from four nominations, triumphing in the categories for New Artist and Song of the Year.
The latter nomination was awarded for hit single Someone You Loved, a track Capaldi insisted was written for his late grandmother – not former girlfriend and current Love Island star Paige Turley.
Meanwhile Stormzy, 26, picked up the award for Best Male Solo Artist in front of a star-studded audience that included ex-girlfriend Maya Jama.
Vision: Mabel wrapped up in a mint green hoodie paired with matching trousers which displayed her toned legs as she walked along
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Accepting his award, the grime star was quick to reference the gender disparity at this year’s ceremony by thanking the team of ‘brilliant women’ who form his management team.
Rising superstar Billie Eilish, 18, received a nod in the International Female Solo Artist category alongside the likes of Lizzo and Ariana Grande.
And after performing new James Bond soundtrack No Time To Die live for the first time, she claimed her first BRIT Award from former Spice Girl Mel C.
Despite Billie’s success, only four nominations out of a possible 25 in the categories which are not gender-specific featured women.
Elsewhere Dave’s excellent Psychodrama beat stiff competition to win Best Album ahead of Stormzy’s new release Heavy Is The Head, Michael Kiwanuka’s self-titled LP Harry Styles’ Fine Line and Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.
Glamour central: The beauty accentuated her pretty features with metallic shadow, fluttery lashes and coral lipgloss
Oxford based band Foals won Best Group after a return to the spotlight with their conceptual, two-part Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost.
The group beat Bastille, Bring Me The Horizon, Coldplay and D-Block Europe to the honour on Tuesday night.
Taking it global, innovative rapper Tyler, The Creator beat Bruce Springsteen, Burna Boy, Dermot Kennedy and Post Malone in the category for International Male Solo Artist.
The lack of nominations in for female artists comes despite a major overhaul of the Brits’ voting academy in 2017 to make it more gender balanced and diverse, with hundreds of new members invited to join the pool.
The awards are voted for by around 1,500 people from across the UK music industry including journalists, record label employees and musicians.
The rising star winner was announced as Celeste late last year, while the producer of the year will be announced at a later date.
The international group and video categories were axed by organisers this year.
Best British Female: The sighting comes two days after Mabel won the biggest award of her career, after picking up three nominations
Source: Daily Mail