Chrissy Teigen: Bringing another version of the boudoir robe aesthetic, Chrissy’s Dries van Noten design featured an Asian-inspired floral motif. Lace tights and lace-up over-the-knee boots took the look into OTT territory though.
Ashley Graham: The beautiful lines of her curve-hugging Mestiza New York dress were elevated by its shimmering embossed texture and styling that included Wendy Yue jewels and Gianvito Rossi sandals—plus a lighthearted ponytail to finish.
Kate Upton: Who knew Versace would have delivered one of the more demure looks of the night? I did love the multi-hued hemline of the mini-dress, topped off with the sultry structure of a black blazer.
Bianca Balti: We knew there would be at least one sheer, lace look at the event and Bianca delivered it, Italian-style, in a Dolce & Gabbana dress complemented by decorative chandelier earrings.
Lais Ribeiro: With another lace entrance, Lais gave hers a more fiery flair in a Galia Lahav body-con, corset dress and Kurt Geiger matching red shoes.
Vita Sidorkina: You may recognize this Carmen March dress as the same one Amanda Holden wore earlier this month. But I do like the sleek ’do and pearl bauble earrings that Vita brought to it.
Barbara Palvin: Perhaps seeking a more softly romantic version of lace, her baby-blue gown became nearly overbearing with its visible nude underlining and black embellished belt, not to mention her messy half-up, half-down waves.
Kate had my favourite look for its more subtle, seductive appeal. Who caught your eye?