Natalia Vodianova attended the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards held at Carnegie Hall on Monday (November 10) in New York City.
The model wore a Louis Vuitton Resort 2015 look consisting of a floral-print jacket with pale-yellow trousers.
I never pictured Natalia in this collection as her red carpet style appears to be more conservative; however, I found myself really enjoying this change of pace for her, plus I’m delighted to see an LV look without a pair of those ugly boots.
With her favourite brand, Dior, incorporated into her look, she added Dior Fine Jewelry ‘Bagatelle’ white-gold and diamond earrings to provide the finishing touches.
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Laverne Cox stunned on the red carpet at the 2014 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards at Carnegie Hall on Monday (November 10) in New York City.
The ‘Orange is the New Black’ actress, who was honoured at the event, looked breathtaking in an electric-blue velvet Marc Bouwer gown featuring a sheer yoke detail to add a hint of sex appeal.
While the hair is perhaps a bit too busy for my taste, I love the blue eye makeup and edgy ear cuffs she added to this look.
While Zosia Mamet didn’t quite get the memo, Mindy Kaling was oozing with glamour on the red carpet at Carnegie Hall in New York City last night (November 10), where she attended the Glamour 2014 Women Of The Year Awards.
Beautiful blue was the theme of the night, from her ’60s-style shimmering dress created by The Mindy Project costume designer, Salvador Perez, to her Neil Lane jewels and even her makeup.
Styled with a Jimmy Choo ‘Sweetie’ clutch and metallic sandals, this look is further testament to why we just can’t get enough of Mindy’s red carpet style.
Colourful, fun and full of life, just like the wearer.
Zosia Mamet attended the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards at Carnegie Hall on Monday (November 10) in New York City.
Still sporting her blonde tresses and managing to crack a smile, the ‘Girls’ actress continues to baffle me with her red carpet choices.
The actress wore a black Milly top and Tanya Taylor Spring 2015 black and white printed pants, which she styled with a black and white striped Rebecca Minkoff clutch and Forevermark jewels.
I know many of you think she doesn’t care, but with this level of coordination it’s clear that she does.
My issues are with the extraordinarily long trousers, which could also be regarded as pyjama pants, and that the look feels far too casual for the occasion.
What is your beef with this look?