There were many more glamorous stars on the red carpet at the Glamour Spain 10th Anniversary Party in Madrid last night.
Petra Nemcova: The Czech model looked sensational wearing a Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 midnight-blue fully sequined gown teamed with a Ferragamo silver clutch. The fit could’ve been a bit better around the bust, but with that gorgeous face and impeccable styling she gets a pass, even with the glossy, wavy ombre locks. When will this trend die?
Poppy Delevigne: We are used to seeing the British model in Chanel but on this occasion she wore a Jonathan Saunders Spring 2012 ivory pleated dress. Beachy waves, gold sandals and a colourful beaded red clutch completed her look.
Lily Donaldson: The model who tends to favour British brands on the red carpet donned a sexy backless Nina Ricci gown with ruched details for this occasion. With crystal details embellishing the shoulders she smouldered on the red carpet sporting a red-hot lip colour and side-swept wavy locks.
Eugenia Silva: The Spanish model is usually one of my favourites on this red carpet, but not on this occasion. Her Nicolas Vaudelet dress with a hip-high split is terrible. Half a dress over a bedazzled swimsuit with black pumps? It’s a no from me.
Vanessa Romero: The Spanish actress looked stunning wearing an Oscar de la Renta Spring 2012 cobalt-blue gown with a plunging neckline and cascading ruffles. Silver accessories and a coral lip colour completed her look.
Laura Ponte: For those of you disappointed by Mariah Carey wearing Haider Ackermann earlier, this look should lift your spirits. Laura opted for a warm brown jumpsuit from the designer’s Spring 2012 collection which she styled with a brocade copper-and-blue blazer. Gold accessories including statement earrings provided the finishing touches.
Berta Collado: The Spanish TV presenter also wore an Oscar de la Renta Spring 2012 gown. The short-sleeve black-lace gown was accented with a velvet waistband. Opting for kohl-rimmed eyes, Berta styled her look with a gold serpent armlet and a black clutch.
Martina Klein: With that big ruffle cascading down her red Lanvin gown Martina should’ve pulled her hair back. This could’ve been one of the best looks of the night.
Ariadne Artiles: Only a sexy sheer Roberto Cavalli gown would do for the swimsuit model. I’m sure she considered this look very covered up as she’s used to being in a two-piece bikini the majority of the time. Whilst I’m glad she didn’t modify the look so all the embroidered details were lost, there is an eye-popping amount of boobage on display. I wonder how this gown looked from the back.