Rosie Huntington-Whiteley In Versace – GQ Men of the Year Awards

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley In Versace - GQ Men of the Year Awards

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley joined many celebs on the red carpet at The Royal Opera House in London this evening for the 2013 GQ Men Of The Year Awards.

The Versace Fall 2013 collection wasn’t my favourite, with far too many PVC dresses for my personal tastes, but I have to say Rosie is selling this form-fitting white PVC dress with thin metallic straps to me.

That could have a lot to do with the simple styling of this look: stripping back the runway OTT-ness and presenting a cleaner, fresher look, with python Louboutins and flawless makeup rounding off the look.

Does Rosie manage to sell this white PVC dress to you?

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Pixie Lott In Christian Dior – GQ Men of the Year Awards

Pixie Lott In Christian Dior - GQ Men of the Year Awards

Pixie Lott was also at the GQ Men of the Year Awards, hosted tonight at The Royal Opera House in London.

Not ready to kiss summer goodbye, the British songstress gave us another glimpse at the Christian Dior Spring 2013 collection with this micro-dress. The white lapel-influenced top was overlaid with a lavender-purple iridescent skirt.

Although her shoes are also by Dior, they seemed quite contrary to the effervescent look, treading into heavy, non-complementary territory. I had the same sensation with her mini-clutch.

A bouffant-inspire half-up, half-down ‘do and heavy kohl-rimmed eyes also didn’t play as nicely with the dress, which was ultimately compromised by the styling.

You may remember Sun Li wore this frock earlier this year, to arguably much better effect.

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Eddie Redmayne In Gucci – GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Eddie Redmayne In Gucci - GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Eddie Redmayne grabbed plenty of stares at the GQ Men of the Year Awards, held tonight at The Royal Opera House in London.

The British actor suited up in a Gucci Fall 2013 ensemble, giving the look a red-carpet moment that was just as impactful (if not more so) as its runway debut.

Always proving himself a sartorial stud, Eddie dressed up the baby-blue-accented Prince of Wales check suit with a houndstooth black tie, white shirt and pocket square—all topped off with an intense, steely gaze.

The cool-kid strikes again.

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Daisy Lowe In Saint Laurent – GQ Men of the Year Awards

Daisy Lowe In Saint Laurent - GQ Men of the Year Awards

Daisy Lowe took to the red carpet this evening for the GQ Men of the Year Awards held at The Royal Opera House in London.

I have always been a huge fan of the model, who hasn’t conformed to the size 0 model standard, but I kinda find myself looking at her in this Saint Laurent chiffon gown and having one word for her: “NO”.

No, I don’t want to see your underwear, which is on display thanks to that thigh-high slit.

No, this is not sexy. Quite the opposite. Trashy springs to mind.

Her Le Smoking black gown with a plunging neckline and satin lapels was full of gothic elegance when Miriam Yeung wore it earlier this year, but Daisy takes it to a town far beyond Tackyville, USA.

It’s a sad day when one girl can’t turn to the other and say “Love, your knickers are showing”.

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You can buy Daisy’s Saint Laurent ‘Le Smoking’ gown from Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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Jourdan Dunn In Hugo Boss – GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Jourdan Dunn In Hugo Boss - GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Jourdan Dunn made the GQ Men of the Year Awards her personal catwalk, as she struck a sultry pose at The Royal Opera House in London this evening.

The British model sauntered out a Hugo Boss Fall 2013 embellished, slit-to-there gown that was missing the runway’s statement hardware belt.

She styled the dress with contrasting crimson, ankle-strap sandals and SHO Jewellery, including a pair of sparkling pendant earrings. Sleek, swept-back locks and a smoldering, smokey eye added even more drama.

Skin was definitely in with this look, given the dangerously high side slit and plunging neckline.

Eye-catchingly appropriate or too much cleavage for comfort?

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