The lavish GQ Men of the Year Awards, hosted by GQ editor Dylan Jones in association with Hugo Boss, was held at Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden last night. As usual the event was host to the hottest celebrities of the moment. Here, we catch up on all the latest from this year’s ceremony and find out who wore what.
The Scottish actor Gerard Butler who has recently been revealed as the latest ambassador of Hugo Boss fragrance, looked incredibly suave in - you guessed it - Hugo Boss. Having been spotted earlier in the day looking dapper in a grey suit whilst attending a photo call for the new fragrance, Butler appeared to have maintained, if not upped, the standard for the GQ awards yesterday.
Breaking the rules and somewhat unsurprisingly donning bold headwear, Pharrell Williams broke the black tie dress code and turned up in this Chanel ensemble. Perhaps GQ will let the Happy singer get away with it, seeing as though he was this year’s winning Solo Artist.
Douglas Booth, who has recently been spotted on a romantic night out with Miley Cyrus, also opted for Hugo Boss last night. Teamed with a slick and sophisticated coiffed hairstyle, this look spoke for itself with Booth winning Hugo Boss' Most Stylish Man this year.
Recently noted to be one of the highest paid supermodels of 2014, Delevingne wowed in this black Burberry lace overlay teamed with black high waist shorts and the unusual mouth accessory of a cocktail stick. With hair and makeup reminiscent of vintage Hollywood glamour the British model stood out at the Royal Opera House. Although looking unquestionably glamorous here, the supermodel was later spotted to have taken a fall at the bar later in the evening, playfully exposing her rather notorious party-girl side.
As GQ's Woman of the Year Kim Kardashian was the focus of attention for more reasons than one. The socialite who represented the Woman prize collected her award in a rather head turning custom-made gunmetal skirt and Atsuko Kudo latex bodysuit. Upon retrieving her award she thanked GQ but also her husband, Kanye West, who makes her feel like “woman of the year every day."
Sporting a chic and short bob, Dunn graced the red carpet in Zuhair Murad Couture. Alongside fellow model-of-the-moment, Cara Delevingne, Dunn opted for a dramatic, black lacy number which was an ode to the seemingly sheer trend of the evening.
Flaunting her willowy figure, Scherzinger wowed in a gorgeous, pastel strapless dress by Ermanno Scervino, which featured a satin stripe down the back. Accompanied by Formula One star Lewis Hamilton, who was awarded with Sportsman of the Year, the pair proved to be strong contenders for the hottest couple on the red carpet.