Here is a roundup of the rest of the attendees at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards held at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London yesterday evening.
Ellie Goulding: The singer sported a barely there makeup look, wearing a dual-colour ivory-and-white Dolce & Gabbana strapless frock with a corseted bodice and velvet skirt accented with a satin waistband. Does her makeup wash her out?
Paloma Faith: The one person we can usually rely on for a bit of colour and plenty of drama opted for a very demure look by her standards, wearing a black velvet Stella McCartney long-sleeved frock with embroidered sleeves, which she styled with all-black accessories.
Mollie King: There’s something about Mollie that hasn’t quite been working for me of late. The best-dressed member of The Saturdays kept it super simple, wearing a black Dolce & Gabbana shift dress with black pumps that reads boring to me. A statement necklace would’ve made a world of difference, as that Silvia Furmanovich cuff and cocktail ring aren’t enough to pique my interest.
Sarah Harding: The former Girls Aloud singer opted for yet another dated faux Sharon Stone look.
Fearne Cotton: As always, the radio presenter opted for black pumps, which just weren’t pretty enough to complement her blue lace frock.
Louise Redknapp: Working a totally different look to the others on the red carpet, the TV presenter wore a tailored grey blazer, Topshop maroon top and black mini skirt, which she styled with an Hermes clutch and those black ankle boots which, as always, stumptify her legs.
See, told you Nicola Roberts was by far the best dressed at this event.