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Who Was Your Best Dressed At The 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards?

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2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards Red Carpet Roundup

Many modes of so-called glamour were represented at the 2017 Glamour Women of the Year Awards on Monday (November 13) in Brooklyn, New York. Here’s a look at some of the other femmes in attendance.

Sailor Brinkley: Simple seduction was precisely what this ZAC Zac Posen Resort 2018 sequin slip gown was all about—with Sailor’s romantic ringlets to follow form.

Yolanda Hadid: For Yolanda, an LBD meant a long black dress in this Akris gown that smartly hinted at seduction in the keyhole detail and side slit.

Sofia Coppola: Fresh and snappy, this Michael Kors Collection Resort 2018 floral frock brought a boldly printed twist to Sofia’s comfortable, no-nonsense style.

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Iman In Christian Siriano – 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

The one person you could bet your house on to bringing the glamour to the 2017 Glamour Women of The Year Awards on Monday (November 13) in Brooklyn, New York, was Iman.

And she didn’t disappointing wearing Christian Siriano.

I love how Siriano’s artistry comes alive in this purple turtleneck Spring 2018 gown with the cascading ruffled layers.

Only a true supermodel could make it work, as it would be easy to get lost in that detail.

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Solange Knowles In Jean Paul Gaultier Couture – 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Solange Knowles joined a host of celebrities including Nicole Kidman and Zendaya Coleman for Glamour’s 2017 Women of The Year Awards on Monday (November 13) in Brooklyn, New York, where she picked up The Artist Award.

I love the subtle fashion forward traits which makes this Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2017 Couture chartreuse velvet gown a powerful look.

Amped up with the futuristic opera gloves, the look was also styled with Y/Project Fall 2017 black leather thigh high spiral strap sandals for added flare and Mateo earrings.

Should Solange have rocked the full runway look, or do you like that she made this look her own?

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Bella Hadid In Cristina Ottaviano – 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Bella Hadid showed her support for sister Gigi Hadid, joining her at the 2017 Glamour Women of The Year Awards on Monday (November 13) in Brooklyn, New York.

While Gigi opted for a regal beige gown, Bella experimented with sophisticated suiting in Cristina Ottaviano Spring 2018.

The fluidity of the trousers was juxtaposed against the sharp-shouldered blazer. The shimmering corset with asymmetrical hem added more dimension while bringing luminosity.

Speaking of shine, the model was decked out in jewels with chandelier earrings and a chunky choker completing the look.

I love the modern glamour this presents, but wished the pants were shortened a few inches so they wouldn’t pool on the ground.

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Gigi Hadid In Zuhair Murad Couture – 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Gigi Hadid joined Nicole Kidman and Tracee Ellis Ross at the 2017 Glamour Women of The Year Awards on Monday (November 13) in Brooklyn, New York.

To collect ‘The Supernova’ award, the model was in a Zuhair Murad Couture Fall 2016 gown.

The beige dress might have had long sleeves and a high neck, but it still had a sultriness courtesy of the split draped sleeves and the formfitting silhouette.

What’s more, the piece had a cut-out in the back which played into the sheer panels of netting and lace.

Christian Louboutin ‘Iriza’ pumps and Lorraine Schwartz jewels intensified the high-end glamour of this breath-taking look.

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Tracee Ellis Ross In Prabal Gurung – 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Tracee Ellis Ross made a bold statement in red at Glamour’s 2017 Women of The Year Awards on Monday (November 13) in Brooklyn, New York, joining Halle Bailey and Chloe Bailey and Nicole Kidman.

The ‘Black-ish’ star was clad in a Prabal Gurung Spring 2018 ensemble. I can see some wanting to compare it to the red dancer emoji, but, to me, the cut of the dress had a cooler fashion-forward edge thanks to the reflective fabric and its silhouette.

I love how the look had fantastic movement with the softness of the draped sleeves continuing down to the asymmetrical ruffles.

The ab cut-outs and draping of the skirt showed off some skin, while providing a wonderful contrast to the ruffles.

Red Jimmy Choo ‘Anouk’ pumps lent a cohesive finish while drop earrings played off the frock’s shine.

Jimmy Choo ‘Anouk’ Pumps

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