September 6, 2018

2018 GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Posted by Catherine Kallon

2018 GQ Men Of The Year Awards

There were plenty more celebrities who joined Kate Beckinsale, Zendaya Coleman, Elisabeth Moss and Rita Ora on the red carpet for the 2018 GQ Men of the Year Awards on Wednesday (September 5) in London.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Back home in London, the model was giving us 90s supermodel in vintage Versace. This bondage style gown, which hails from the Fall 1992 collection, was oozing a high level of glamour and sultry sex appeal. With the styling, Rosie looks like she could’ve just stepped off a runway during that era with Stephanie Seymour and Carla Bruni.

Abbey Clancy: The British model wore a nearly-naked dress from Julien Macdonald’s Spring 2018 collection, which basically looks like she took an oily bath in glitter. I don’t have any problems with this style of dress so long as is tastefully done and the correct underwear is worn. You may remember that Ciara wore this same dress earlier this year, and her underwear was less visible.

Rose McGowan: As I’m full of flu right now, this Osman Resort 2018 coat would’ve been how I would’ve dressed last night.

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Chrissy Teigen: The model was shimmering brightly on the red carpet wearing a Labourjoisie beaded pastel multicolour caftan, embellished with fringe hems to heighten the drama. The look was styled with Jimmy Choo’s ‘Minny’ sandals.

Isla Fisher: Drama was also to be had with Isla’s Alberta Ferretti Limited Edition Spring 2018 gown with the tulle fans adding a unique dimension to this luxe piece. An Emm Kuo clutch completed her look.

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Emma Willis: The TV presenter follows Jordana Spiro and Elisabeth Moss in wearing this festive The Vampire’s Wife metallic green dress.

Gemma Chan: Following her ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ London screening summery look, the actress turned to Jason Wu’s Fall 2018 collection on this occasion. The maroon hue feels so lush and warm, while the embellishments add a touch of magic.

Dua Lipa: Usually one to go big on the red carpet; Dua opted to go bold in Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello’s leopard velvet dress styled with Saint Laurent ‘Cassandra’ sandals and a Saint Laurent ‘Jerry’ cube clutch.

Kylie Minogue: The Australian singer opted to give her gold Stella McCartney dress she wore to her 50th birthday party back in May a second outing.

Neelam Gill: Julien Macdonald was very popular at this event, with the model wearing one of his signature web designs from the Fall 2017 collection. You may remember this was previously worn by Kristen Stewart.

Naomi Campbell: While this Versace Spring 2019 look appears a bit too tight on the bust, this is still a breath-takingly gorgeous look from the supermodel.

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