Hayley Atwell In Ermanno Scervino – Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Hayley Atwell In Ermanno Scervino - Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Hayley Atwell attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards held at Berkeley Square Gardens on Tuesday (June 3) in London, England.

Thankfully continuing to suppress her love for all things Julien Macdonald, the British actress opted for a gorgeous Ermanno Scervino Fall 2014 black sheer dress decorated with colourful floral embroidery.

Her chic styling really enhances the look.

I love her Monica Vinader jewels and Sunita Mukhi crystal and python black clutch with a blue crystal snap closure.

She also had fun with this look when it came to the glossy pink lip and lilac nail polish emphasising the colours on the frock, with a braided updo rounding out the look.

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Laura Whitmore In Emanuel Ungaro – Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Laura Whitmore In Emanuel Ungaro - Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Laura Whitmore attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards held at Berkeley Square Gardens on Tuesday (June 3) in London, England.

The Irish TV presenter wore an Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2014 black and turquoise dress which has many elements, including one sleeve longer than the other, ruffles, zipper accents, an outer pocket placed on the skirt, stripes, and polka dots.

It’s a sexy, fun piece with plenty of flair, especially when styled with the runway ruffled strappy sandals, so I’m baffled as to why Laura turned up at this event with just-got-out-the-shower hair.

What a way to let down a look.

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You can buy Laura’s Emanuel Ungaro Ruffled Sandals from Net-A-Porter.com.

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Cat Deeley In Matthew Williamson – Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Cat Deeley In Matthew Williamson - Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Cat Deeley attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards held at Berkeley Square Gardens on Tuesday (June 3) in London, England.

The TV presenter wore a Matthew Williamson Fall 2014 chainmail organza dress with a starlight print which showed off her long lean legs.

Complementing the chainmail detailing, she styled her look with a silver Botkier ‘Legacy’ clutch and silver sandals.

With her blonde tresses styled into glossy waves, she opted for heavy kohl-rimmed eyes to round out her look.

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Myleene Klass In Myleene Klass – Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Myleene Klass In Myleene Klass - Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Myleene Klass attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards held at Berkeley Square Gardens on Tuesday (June 3) in London, England.

The TV presenter, who also designs ranges for Littlewoods and Very, opted to wear a peach satin floral-print gown with black trims which she designed.

I’m on the fence about this dress; I think the sleeves and the frumpy neckline are souring this look for me.

She did give the look a contemporary twist with the addition of a spiked Lulu Guinness ‘Lips’ clutch.

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Lady Gaga In Thom Brown – Glamour Magazine Women Of The Year 2013

Lady Gaga In Thom Brown -  Glamour Magazine Women Of The Year 2013Lady Gaga couldn’t let an opportunity like the Glamour Magazine Women Of The Year 2013 awards in New York City yesterday night pass without whipping out another of her head-turning fashion concoctions

Capping off her eccentric, lavender look from earlier in the day, Mother Monster had yet another major—and memorable—moment in an all-white extravaganza by Thom Browne. After all, she needed to have an ostentatious outfit to accept her Monster Talent Award for launching the Born This Way Foundation to end bullying.

The Thom Browne Spring 2014 collection was not absent of controversy, with tinges of Elizabethan style and flashes of insanity permeating the runway. So, perhaps it was destined to end up on Gaga, being perfectly suited to her shock-and-awe persona.

The pearl-studded, sculpted jacket, gloves and pencil skirt all came bearing a sense of exaggeration. But, when coupled with Gaga’s powdering makeup, blood-red lip and a mop of an ashen-blonde, frizzy wig, the look moved into the hyper-extreme territory in which the songstress often lives.

The sky-high platforms are again back in full force, with these custom pearl numbers nearly stealing the show—and extending Gaga’s vertical reach at least 10 inches upwards.

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