The 2017 GQ Men of the Year party brought all the pretty girls to the Chateau Marmont on Thursday (December 7) in Los Angeles, California.
Kate Beckinsale: The British actress’ style would be classed as ultra girlie, but she took a walk down a new path wearing this Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2017 leather mini. I love how the neon green adds touch of 80s rebellious glam, which Kate tempers with her tights and black pumps combo. My first thought when I saw this look was, “if ever there was look which required her famous pony, this was it”.
Sofia Boutella: The actress opted to wear a full Prada Resort 2018 look which kinda has a bit of everything. While I’m not the biggest fan of dress-obscuring coats on the red carpet, the piece prevents this outfit from feeling like just another sheer dress, while adding some cool-girl charm to the look.
Gal Gadot: Wonder Woman made a bold entrance at this event wearing red Dior dress styled with black Louboutins. This is what I would’ve expected Kate Beckinsale to wear, as it possesses all her girlish signatures.
Emily Ratajkowski: I was pleasantly surprised to see Emily rock this Prada feather trimmed frock with trousers. Having made less-is-best her red carpet M.O., I’m delighted she’s discovered that sexy and chic can live together in one outfit.
Madelaine Petsch: The actress wore a delicately designed Giamba Fall 2017 dress with ultra fine ruffles for a feminine finish. Smouldering cat-eyes dialed down the saccharine nature of the look.
Kaitlyn Dever: There’s nothing heavy about this Valentino Resort 2018 dress – crafted from lightweight silk chiffon, it feels and looks ready to float on air.
Serayah: I really love Serayah, but my immediate thought was, this has been done before. I would love to see more creativity from her. The Blumarine Fall 2017 dress is pretty, but with the black boots and bodysuit I’m like, give me more.
Kelsey Asbille: The actress wore a storm-is-brewing print frock from Brock Collection.