Here is a quick roundup of a few other notables who attended the Pride of Britain Awards held at The Grosvenor House Hotel on Monday (October 6) in London, England.
Alesha Dixon: The ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judge opted to flip the script, wearing a suit instead of a dress. The Ong-Oaj Pairam printed suit with leather patches was one of the sexiest looks on the red carpet despite all the attention-seeking plunging necklines and thigh-high slits.
Rachel Stevens: The singer, who hasn’t aged a day since her S Club 7 days, wore a David Koma Fall 2014 LBD, with the designer’s signature leather detailing adding a layer of sex appeal to the look. I perhaps would’ve been more excited about this look had she taken the dress up a few inches, but I do love her accessories, including a silver Anya Hindmarch ‘Crisp Packet’ clutch and teal-green Jimmy Choo pumps. You may remember that Jessica Alba wore a similar look to the Spike TV’s ‘Guys Choice’ awards.
Kara Tointon: The actress wore a signature lace Lover ‘Libra’ high-neck cap-sleeved frock which doesn’t feel quite right for the occasion, which is surprising considering she usually serves up high glamour on every occasion. I also can’t get past the makeup in this instance, which is making her appear rather ghostly.
Amanda Holden: While the style of Amanda’s green sequin strapless gown with a thigh-high slit is nothing new, at least she brought some high glamour to the event. While I love the glossy waves and green earrings, the shoes could’ve been better.
Myleene Klass: Like Kara, I found myself underwhelmed by Myleene. Usually bright and bold, this look, while gorgeous, chic and sophisticated, was too muted for my liking.
Sarah-Jane Crawford: The TV presenter wore an edgy Antonio Berardi colour-block one-sleeve dress with a silver zipper detail snaking around her body. Working a high-low mix, she styled her dress with ASOS ankle-strap pumps.
Does anyone pique your interest here?