Many more femmes took to the GQ Men of The Year Awards red carpet to celebrate the fellas on Tuesday (September 5) in London.
Jourdan Dunn: I love how the flash of red brought an eye-catching finesse to the supermodel’s Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2013 Couture sculpted gown that celebrated sumptuous velvet, as we transition into fall-facing looks.
Winnie Harlow: While Winne wore her Julien Macdonald Fall 2017 chainmail-esque harness gown with model prowess, it still seems to be something we’ve seen before. Sheer? Check. Slit to there? Check. The sultry glamour in her long waves and matte red lip also contributed to the overtly sexy vibe.
Courtney Love: The colour nor the fabric of this gown left me very much impressed, but it was the strange choice of reptilian clutch that sealed the look’s fate for me.
Natalie Dormer: Working the sexy menswear trend, Natalie brought feminine flair to this Prabal Gurung Fall 2017 suit via her heart-embossed clutch and heels.
Anna Friel: In theory, I loved the vibrant interplay of hues in this signature Dhela metallic knit gown. Hoewever, the flashbulbs weren’t kind to Anna in this semi-sheer dress—nor was Anna’s styling, as the unkempt hair and platform shoes took much away from the look’s potential.
Adwoa Aboah: With the mix of leather and tulle, this BOSS gown balanced softness with edge.
Vanessa White: It takes some pretty powerful eye makeup to take attention away from such an intricate lace Galia Lahav sheer gown. But, that’s just what Vanessa’s magenta shadow did—and I’m not sure if it’s a good thing or not, considering there were issues with both makeup and dress.
Laura Jackson: Laura’s pristine Osman dress was a refreshing change of pace, simply styled with a Nathalie Trad clutch and Christian Louboutin sandals.