#GlamourAwards 2013: Best And Worst Dressed

Last night saw the 10th anniversary of the Glamour Women Of The Year awards picked up by global superstar turned fashion designer Victoria Beckham.

Looking sophisticated in a black Maison Martin Margiela jumpsuit Victoria also brought along her eldest son Brooklyn to accompany her to the event.

Cara Delevingne and Rita Ora

Cara Delevingne and Rita Ora

Alongside Victoria hitting the best dressed category was singing sensation Rita Ora. Rita, who also picked up an award for best Solo Artist Of The Year from ‘wifey’ Cara Delevingne, looked gorgeous in a silver/grey Marchesa gown. Both girls posted an assortment of Twitter and Instagram selfless (left) of themselves at the awards.

Hitting a fashion high note on the night was Les Misérables starlet Samantha Barks who shone in a neon pink cocktail dress alongside (swoon) new beau David Gandy. The model presented her with an award (with Jourdan Dunn) for the Pandora Breakthrough Award. Gandy’s ex Mollie King from The Saturday’s was also on-site to pick up another award for Band Of The Year with fellow band members Frankie Sandford, Una Healy and Vanessa White, ruling the red carpet with her backless ruby-red evening gown. Ellie Goulding also looked sensational in a printed maxi complete with lace trims, whilst presenter Fearne Cotton was back to her old svelte frame (already) adorning a gorge bright blue Jonathan Saunders shift dress.

Jumpsuits were it seemed a theme of the night as Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney, VB, and Laura Haddock all opted for them.

However there was also a plethora of bad outfits namely Jessie J’s flamenco style tunic and trouser combination, whilst singer VV Brown failed to impress in a lemon pastel ensemble with a huge overlay of material that seemed to smother her.

For all the celebrity images from the event click onto Glamour.co.uk


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