The Sexiest Looks From The 2018 GQ Men Of The Year Awards
September 12, 2018
The 2018 GQ Men of the Year Awards were recently held at the Tate Modern in London.
The event, now in its 21st year, celebrates the people who shape the world’s cultural landscape over style, politics, entertainment and sport. Worthy winners this year included Prince Charles, Chadwick Boseman, Ralph Lauren, Dua Lipa, Harry Kane, Philipp Plein, Tom Bateman, Sacha Baron Cohen, Naomi Campbell, John Legend and more.
And while GQ may be a mens focused brand, it was the women who really stood out on the red carpet. Check out the sexiest looks of he night below.
The “Small Foot” actress worked a Ralph & Russo Fall 2018 Couture purple, yellow and black beaded panel, silk one-shoulder gown which featured a short train in the back.
The British actress rocked a racy Julien MacDonald Spring 2018 printed silk chiffon caftan with asymmetrical draping, embellished trim, a cutout bodice and waist high split.
The British beauty oozed ’90s supermodel in a black vintage Versace bondage style gown, which hails from the Fall 1992 collection.
The Australian singer slipped into a slinky gold lamè floor-length dress by Stella McCartney.
The “New Rules” singer went wild in a Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello’s leopard velvet dress styled with Saint Laurent “Cassandra” sandals and a Saint Laurent “Jerry” cube clutch.
The British model showed some major skin in a nearly nude Julien Macdonald’s Spring 2018 glitter dress.
Just math after Ivan birth to her second child, the “Lip Synch Battle” star showed she’s still got iwearing a shimmery fringe Labourjoisie v-neck belted dress with a sexy slit which she accessorized with a metallic box clutch and sandals.
The British model went looked red hot in a Julien Macdonald Fall 2017 long -leeve, beaded cutout, turtleneck dress, featuring a cutout back and back split. Christian Louboutin sandals finished up her look.
The pop-star wore a Ralph & Russo Fall 2018 Couture ruffle beaded, one-shoulder dress with a contrasting velvet bow on the shoulder and waistband.
Originally from Detroit, Ashley has been a style curator and editor for over a decade, having lived in Washington DC and New York City before moving to West Hollywood in 2015. She has written for The Washington Post, Hollywood Life, Haute Living, Vanity Fair, International Business Times and Fashion Times. She lives for leather jackets, statement sunglasses, RuPaul's Drag Race and her rescue basset hound Cletus.