Best celebrity looks from the Glamour Women of The Year Awards – from Gigi Hadid to Nicole Kidman
The A-listers donned their best gladrags for the magazine’s annual bash in New York.
Last night was the annual US Glamour Women of the Year Awards, and such event wouldn’t be complete without an array of super glam outfits for us to lust over.
The Glamour Awards celebrates women across the globe who are working to improve the lives of women everywhere.
Hence why it attracts A-list celebs to come along and show off their red-carpet looks.
Here we show you our favourite looks from the New York event on Monday night.
The youngest Hadid sister dazzled in this get-up from the Christina Ottaviano SS18 collection. That bejewelled bustier is getting us super ready for Christmas party season, and we love the contrast with the sleek white tailoring. She may not have won any awards on the night, but she definitely gets a best dressed award from us.
Victoria’s Secret model Nina stuns in her white strapless two piece, the billowing effect of the trousers is super elegant. Bandeau styles made a number of appearances at the event, and Nina works this style beautifully with a classic up-do and minimal accessories.
Nicole’s Dior dress is stunning, and the feminist motif at the bust fits perfectly with the theme of the evening. The tiered skirt that goes in at the waist is super flattering too.
Opting for a bold hue, Zendaya stands out from the rest in this pink satin jumpsuit from Viktor and Rolf. Yet another starlet to wear a bustier style, she looks as cute as a present, with the bow waist detailing.
Last, but certainly not least, we have Gigi Hadid in a gold shimmery Zuhair Murad gown. She is simply angelic, and as last night’s winner of the ‘Supernova’ award, she certainly looks trophy worthy.
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