June 7, 2017

2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards took place on Tuesday (June 6) in London. The event attracted some famous faces in fashionable ensembles.

Dua Lipa: The singer definitely got the ‘glamour’ memo judging by her Stella McCartney Fall 2017 cut-out gown. It was one of the few sultry after-dark looks we saw at this event.

Emily Berrington: Emilio Pucci’s dress seems inspired by paisley print. The unusual design features panelling, print, and a cut-out. Whilst this look is commendable for playing with shape, it’s confusing and overworked.

Rashida Jones: Amongst the sea of florals and neutrals, this Erdem Pre-Fall 2017 dress did stand out. I love the intricate detailing on the neckline which adds some softness to this look. The silhouette seems somewhat unflattering, however. I also wish the ‘Parks and Recreation’ actress has opted for more daring styling choices to amplify this look.

Vanessa Kirby: I love Vanessa’s style, and this tuxedo dress and strappy sandal combination doesn’t disappoint. I think the hoop earring and tanned skin work beautifully against the white. It’s understated but chic.

Christine Bleakley: This emerald green hue looks divine against Christine’s tanned skin and brunette hair. The straps on this Outline London dress are also genius; I just wish her hair was tied up so we could admire them more. The styling is ok, I like the Natalie Trad clutch but I think the TV presenter could have gone even punchier with her lipstick choice.

Ruby Rose: This robe-like Burberry ensemble has a gothic edge to it. Whilst the head-to-toe black look was eye-catching, it felt ill-fitting. The loose black jacket and the equally formless dress underneath did little to flatter Ruby’s amazing body. I do, however, love the smoky eye makeup and nude lip.

Holly Willoughby: What a fashion moment for the TV presenter. This look oozes romance, from the soft draping of the Raquel Balencia dress to the French braid and wispy strands of hair. It’s feminine and effortless, with the side slit adding just a hint of sexiness.

Frankie Bridge: This demure Celia Kritharioti gown looked radiant on Frankie. The look shone from head to toe, quite literally. With sparkling jewels and embellishments, this ensemble risked being gaudy. However, the natural makeup and slick hairstyle reined it in and bring it back down to earth.

Jourdan Dunn: Jourdan had a serious supermodel moment in her coral-coloured Ermanno Scervino Fall 2017 gown. Showcasing her endless legs and enviable waist, the semi-sheer gown left it all on show. The colour is gorgeous as is the scalloped neckline and the ankle ties. I just wish the skirt has been a little less sheer to avoid any underwear exposure. Messika jewels completed her look.

Winnie Harlow: Even more flesh-flashing followed from Winnie. This plunging fishtail gown had a feathery finish and sparkling embellishments. I loved the model’s hair, which mirrored her cascading feathers and framed her face.

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6 Responses to 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards Red Carpet Roundup

  1. Draga June 12, 2017 at 5:37 pm #

    Emily Berrington was my most not-flattering favorite. But I really don´t now.. Maybe I like the most the emerald dress of Christine Bleakley.

  2. Alina June 9, 2017 at 3:17 pm #

    Holly Willoughby looks lovely.

  3. Caroline June 7, 2017 at 6:54 pm #

    Dua is my favorite here.

  4. Nadine Hughey June 7, 2017 at 5:38 pm #

    Love Frankie Bridge H2T.

  5. Hermoine June 7, 2017 at 12:32 pm #

    Ruby rose looks frumpy amd matronly which is definitely not, so no on that one. Most of these in general are pretty uninspiring to me

    • anonymous as always June 7, 2017 at 6:42 pm #

      Unfortunately, I have to agree. I usually love her style and attitude, but this is a huge disappointment… But I think my main issue is the hair..
      Ans as you said, the majority of the rest of the looks here are also uninspiring… pity.

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