Here is a roundup of the other lovely ladies who attended the 2015 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards at Carnegie Hall on Monday (November 9) in New York City.
Iman: The supermodel was in no mood to share the spotlight, taking to the red carpet in a dramatic Brandon Maxwell Spring 2016 gown with voluminous sleeves. I love how this piece oozes couture craftsmanship. You may remember that Lady Gaga wore this in white to the Emmys after-party.
Victoria Beckham: The British designer was one of the big winners on the night. She collected her award wearing a sultry red gown from her Spring 2016 collection.
Jennifer Hudson: The singer sparkled from head-to-toe wearing a Marchesa embellished gown which she styled with Lorraine Schwartz jewels. Her red carpet style can be hit and miss. This is a hit for me.
Eve Hewson: The actress wore a Gabriela Hearst white off-the-shoulder I can some up in one word: drab. She breathes no life into the look.
Caitlyn Jenner: I’m not usually a fan of Jeremy Scott’s work, but I have to say he turned it out on this occasion. This Moschino Couture! tuxedo gown perfect in hue and form-fitting silhouette.
Viola Davis: The Emmy Award winning actress was one of my favourites at this event wearing a gorgeous custom piece by one of her go-to designers: Carmen Marc Valvo.
Elisabeth Moss: The actress proves that you can’t go wrong with a LBD and that Rene Caovilla shoes can make all the difference to your look.
Sophia Bush: I have one word for this Zac Posen dress: awkward. Sadly Sophia with all her red carpet presence couldn’t make it work. The look was styled with an Edie Parker ‘#Girls’ clutch.
Ellie Goulding: The British singer dazzled in an Emanuel Ungaro silver sequinned number.
Amy Schumer: The actress was radiant in head-to-toe red, which is fast becoming her favourite red carpet colour.
Rowan Blanchard: The young actress wore a Lela Rose Spring 2016 look which incorporated a strapless floral top and sleek wide leg trousers. Not the look you expect from a teen queen, but she rocks it.
Karlie Kloss: The model rocked a Mugler dress, which was typically simple yet sexy in design.
Hilary Rhoda: The Via Spiga brand ambassador wore their fringed ‘Tabia’ sandals, but I was more enamoured by her pleated electric-blue J. Mendel frock.
Serena Williams: The tennis star showed that the sheer trend is still alive and very much kicking.