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Elizabeth Debicki In Giorgio Armani – 2017 GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Elizabeth Debicki presented the GQ Legacy Award at the 2017 GQ Men Of The Year Awards on Wednesday (November 15) in Sydney, Australia, where she joined Ansel Elgort and Amber Heard.

She was statuesque in a Giorgio Armani Fall 2017 column gown that may have appeared on the safer side.

But, the faint glinting rush of all-over tonal embellishment still made this a radiant and sophisticated choice.

Would you agree?

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Amber Heard In Mugler – 2017 GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Amber Heard joined Ansel Elgort for the GQ Men Of The Year Awards held at The Star earlier today (November 15) in Sydney, Australia.

The blonde beauty picked up the GQ Woman of the Year gong wearing a Mugler Spring 2018 sheer cut-out dress.

Amber and sultry have always gone hand-in-hand, so you will either embrace this next chapter, or dismiss this LBD on its revealing nature.

Me? I’m a long-standing buyer of Amber’s brand of glamour. So sign me up for a loyalty card.

Eva Fehren jewels and sparkling pumps completed her look.

Violetta Komyshan and Ansel Elgort In Prada – 2017 GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Ansel Elgort and his ballerina girlfriend Violetta Komyshan attended the GQ Men Of The Year Awards held at The Star earlier today (November 15) in Sydney, Australia.

The adorable couple were both decked out in Prada.

Violetta wore a column keyhole gown rendered in a sultry red satin, while Ansel delivered a sharp and sleek impression wearing a classic Prada tux.

Both were looking very elegant wouldn’t you agree?

Prada Draped Satin Gown

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Bella Thorne In Yousef Akbar – 2017 GQ Mexico Men of The Year Awards

Bella Thorne attended the 2017 GQ Men of The Year Awards on Thursday (October 26) in Mexico City, Mexico, where she bagged herself the International Rising Star Award.

Having made headlines for her punky transformation in recent months, one would regard this Yousef Akbar Resort 2017 gown as relatively demure by her standards – yes, even with the wrap twist, cut-outs and thigh-high split.

Channeling a gothic-inspired look with pale make-up and dark red lips, the former Disney star styled her look with matching red satin strappy sandals and wore her glossy auburn hair in an elegant updo.

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Rita Ora In Alexandre Vauthier Couture – 2017 GQ Men of The Year Awards

Rita Ora was also at the 2017 GQ Men of The Year Awards on Tuesday (September 5) in London.

I have to give it to Rita. Not a lot of looks at this event made me stand up and take notice, but this Alexandre Vauthier Fall 2017 Couture statement certainly did.

Yes, it had its theatrics, as Rita looks are prone to have. But, there was something dramatically compelling about the way in which she sauntered out this new vision of menswear—cleverly paying homage to the Men of the Year event—with the plunging tuxedo jacket and slit-to-there culottes.

The runway’s metallic purple boots and netted hat completed the picture in sultry-glam form.

But, what say you of her latest look?

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06.09.17 Menswear

2017 GQ Men of The Year Awards Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Naturally, there were a number of handsome stars at the 2017 GQ Men of The Year Awards, hosted on Tuesday (September 5) in London. Here, a look at how they dressed to impress.

Tinie Tempah: Aubergine suits always seem to make an impact, and this Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2017 ensemble was no different—except that its decorative embossing made for an even more style-forward outing. Of course, the look would not have been complete without Tinie’s signature sockless shoes.

Jared Leto: We can always count on Jared to deliver his own unique version of directional style on the red carpet. And, he did just that in this Gucci Fall 2017 floral and plaid ensemble that possessed a distinct aura of stylized, aristocratic eccentricity. Love or loathe the look, he always keeps it interesting.

James Norton: As the winner of the Breakthrough Actor of the Year award, James dressed up in a Thom Sweeney double-breasted suit. Was it just me, or did the proportions seem a bit odd between the small bow-tie, the sliver of dress shirt, and the buttoned-up jacket?

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