The most important names in the world of entertainment were presented on Wednesday at the Tate Modern in London for the 21 annual GQ Men of the Year awards in association with the luxury lifestyle group HUGO BOSS.
Leading the glamor at night were the likes of Abbey Clancy, Katherine Jenkins, Caroline Flack and Rita Ora who drew attention in their sensational ensembles.
Abbey, 32, looked sensational when she hit the red carpet, leaving little to the imagination when she emerged in a shiny silver dress with sensual cuts that showed her toned arms and revealed a flash of her abs.
It is hard to believe that the impressive presenter of the Top Model of Britain has three children, since she showed her impeccably toned physique, even dared to go without a bra underneath the sparse fabric.
The dazzling Liverpudlian wore her bright golden locks in loose waves, with a side slit that framed her impeccable features, while she supplemented it with a pair of diamond pendant earrings.
Also working on the red carpet was Rita Ora, who was sure to put on racing pulses as she stepped out in a dazzling semi-sheer black dress that was encrusted with jewelry.
The singer, 27, left little to the imagination, as she showed a glimpse of her extensive heritage and was braless in the one-shoulder dress for the occasion.
Dress to impress: also working on the red carpet was Rita Ora, who was sure to put racing pulses as she came out in a dazzling semi-sheer black dress that was encrusted with jewels
She put on a pair of killer heels tied to the ankles and wore black stockings that seemed to be attached to a garter belt that looked under her outfit.
Rita sizzled in the bright dress that had been cinched around her waist with a blue velvet belt and accented with an extra strip of material that was tied to the swollen sleeve of her attire.
She brushed a glamorous makeup palette that made her brown eyes explode with a metallic eyeshadow, and designed her blond platinum locks in a straight, straight style that split in half.
Two of a kind: Caroline Flack hit the red carpet in a metallic zebra print dress with asymmetrical hem while assaulting the red carpet, but attention was shared with Professor Green, who photographed the star
Precious: Katherine made sure that all eyes were on her with her dazzling tangerine dress that grazed the red carpet
Bringing certain Hollywood glamor to the awards was John Legend, who was seen packing in the PDA with his wife Chrissy Teigen when they reached the red carpet of the event.
The singer, 39, planted a tender kiss on his wife's cheek while presenting forms, while the model, 32 years old, flaunted her agile pins in a bright dress that cascaded over her curved frame in a silver and gold tone.
The sleeves and hem were adorned with tassels and she added gold strap heels to finish the look.
Chrissy added bronzer to her complexion and deft touches of color here and there. She put the chestnut curls on her head and added diamond earrings and a pink manicure to round the set.
The husband John, who looks handsome in a tuxedo, posed to fit lovingly with his wife. He mixed his eyes a little with velvet loafers, which corresponded to his bow tie.
Legs eleven! Laura Whitmore looked great with a tiny black mini dress that showed her slim pins
Dressed to impress with an impressive leopard print, was the singer Dua Lipa, who dazzled with a mini one-shoulder dress that showed her sensational figure.
With a detail that brushed the thighs, the out-of-shoulder garb ensured that Dua claimed his fair share of the reflectors while posing for the photos. The Yves Saint Laurent strappy heels added to the striking appearance, while an elegant black bag rounded things up.
Allowing her attire to dominate, the singer limited her accessories to simple gold bracelets and a matching watch.
Wild Thing! Dressed to impress with an impressive leopard print, was the singer Dua Lipa, who dazzled with a one-shoulder mini dress that showed her sensational figure
As someone who knows how to work the red carpet with its costume elegance effortlessly, Kate Beckinsale put on another sensational screen while making an arrival that paralyzes the prizes.
The actress, 45, left nothing to the imagination when she displayed her toned figure in a red and black print dress, which had a kimono shawl on the left side that entered a long dramatic train.
Kate complemented her look with a set of black heels and a simple pair of silver earrings. The star of Pearl Harbor showed her facial features while styling her dark locks in a bright and elegant curly ponytail.
She added a layer of makeup that included a smoky brown eye, bronzer and baby pink lip gloss.
Kate knew how to work her best angles while putting her best foot forward and represented a storm on the red carpet full of stars.
Looking up: as someone who knows how to work the red carpet with its elegance of effortless dress, Kate Beckinsale put on another sensational screen while making an arrival that paralyzes the prizes.
Naked to everything: the actress, of 45 years, left nothing to the imagination while she exhibited her toned figure in a red and black printed dress, which had a kimono shawl on the left side that entered a long dramatic train.
Meanwhile, Kylie Minogue and Paul Solomons cemented their new relationship while they made their first presentation of the red carpet at the awards. The 50-year-old Australian pop singer dazzled in a golden dress that sank while hobnobbing with the handsome editor of the magazine, 43.
They proved they were stronger than ever, as they celebrated their 50th birthday together at The Chiltern Firehouse in May, and the couple continued to set up a love screen as they walked together on the red carpet.
Kylie wore in every inch the star of the screen in her golden dress, which featured a neckline that sank dangerously and delicate spaghetti straps.
Smitten: The actress, 45, and the model, 27, seemed loved as they posed together on the red carpet and during the event
Sticking to a decadent metallic theme, she increased her small body with a pair of gold platform heeled sandals.
Designing her sparkly golden braids in an elegant one, the singer of Spinning Around framed her features with a dull makeup.
Paul, meanwhile, cut a handsome figure in a tailored velvet tuxedo as he held hands with the pint-sized pop star.
Perfect couple: Jeff Goldblum, 65, attended the event with his glamorous wife Emilie Livingston, 35, (L) while Claudia Winkleman looked sensational when she joined the handsome husband Kris Thykier at the party.
Posing a storm: Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black enjoyed a night away from their newborn after recently adopting, while Donatella Versace brought Luke Evans as their appointment for the night
Laura Whitmore exuded glamor in a velvet LBD, which was at the top of her thigh for a daring look that ensured that a very wide screen was put on.
The presenter, 33, looked dazzling in her one-shoulder ensemble, which had a lace edge on her skirt and was cinched around her waist with a belt.
Increasing its height with a pair of elegant pointed heels in black and silver, beauty kept its accessories simple as it used pendant earrings.
Laura wore her blonde braids in an elegant and direct style, and used a red lipstick stain and a mask stain to highlight her beautiful features.
He completed his gaze with a simple black handbag, and raised a storm as he walked toward the red carpet.
Linda couple: Kylie Minogue and Paul Solomons cemented their new relationship while they made their first presentation of the red carpet at the awards. The 50-year-old Australian pop singer dazzled with a golden dress that sank while she rubbed elbows with the magazine's editor, 43
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looked amazing, as she flaunted her slender figure with an elegant black dress in the event full of stars.
The model, of 31 years, exhibited a crackling in its set, that presented a series of panels cut in the bodice for the modesty. When leaving with a pair of black killer heels that add to her sculptural figure, the beauty chose to keep her accessories to a minimum.
Rosie wore a glamorous makeup palette, which included a smoky eyeshadow and a light pink lipstick to accentuate her pretty features. Her ombre locks were gathered in an elegant mid-back hairstyle, and she let the rest of her hair fall over her shoulders to give her an extra glamorous touch.
Dress to impress: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looked amazing, as she flaunted her slender figure with an elegant black dress in the event full of stars. The model, 31 years old, exhibited a sizzling display as a whole, which featured a series of cut-out panels
The annual awards ceremony honors the men and women who have shaped the world's cultural landscape in terms of style, politics, entertainment and sport this year, with 22 gongs at stake.
The GQ Men of the Year Awards is an annual event that celebrates and recognizes inspiring men and women of the past 12 months.
Comedian and actor Rob Delaney will host this year's awards ceremony. The actor is most famous for his catastrophe of channel 4, as well as for the brief but sweet appearance in Deadpool 2.
Working it: the actress was a vision of beauty while posing in front of the board of the brand
This year's categories are not overwhelmingly different from last year's, however, categories such as the special achievement of the year or the creative innovator of the year and the band of the year have changed slightly.
Rose McGowan will become the first woman in the history of the awards to receive the Inspiration Award, in recognition of her "strength and bravery". after his role in breaking the story of Harvey Weinstein and his subsequent participation in the #MeToo movement.
Dylan Jones, publisher of GQ, said: "This award recognizes the strength and courage that Rose McGowan has shown in introducing herself and being one of the first people to publicly accuse an industry figure who abuses her position of power. .
"Rose is the absolute embodiment of this award and it will be great to see her receive the award next month."
Strictly impressive! Strictly Come Dancing radio presenter and contender Vick Hope looked sensational at night in a silver evening dress that had no back in the design, so some flesh glowed as she remained demure.
Other prizes at stake at night are for Brand, Designer, Design Legend, Television Actor, Politician, Breakthrough Designer, Writer, Haig Club Icon, Editor's Special and Solo Artist.
There are also prizes for Hugo Boss Most Stylish Man, Inspiration, Maddox Gallery Artist, Actor, Composer, Fashion Icon, Live Act, Vero Breakthrough Solo Artist, Hugo Boss Breakthrough Actor, International Man, Sportsman and the coveted. Life Achievement
The Vero Breakthrough Solo Artist Award winner will also receive $ 50,000 to donate to a charity of their choice through Vero's Donate Now initiative.
Dressed to impress: Susanna Reid matched the red carpet when she came out in a glamorous scarlet dress with a shoulder detail and a handkerchief hem that revealed a pair of towering heels
GQ will broadcast coverage of the red carpet on Facebook Live from 6.30 on Wednesday. It will be conducted by Roman Kemp and Clara Amfo.
Meanwhile, television presenter Maya Jama will present the action behind the scenes of this year's ceremony.
This year, GQ will also chronicle the awards on Instagram Stories, with the style director of the magazine, Teo van den Broeke, taking charge of the account at night.
Prince Charles, 69, received the Editor's Lifetime Achievement Award for his services to philanthropy, delighting the audience with a speech full of jokes on his own.
"I want to apologize for being badly dressed, I was afraid none of you would be able to compete with my elegant jacket," he said. "When I first heard about this award, I thought it must be a mistake and it was a fashion award, with fashion I'm like a stopped watch."
Hilarious: Prince Charles, 69, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from The Editor for his services to philanthropy, delighting the audience with a speech full of jokes on his own
Hilariously thanked the editor of GQ and said: "I'm grateful to Dylan for giving me a preview of my obituary."
And he joked about the size of the gong and said: "I am enormously grateful for this award and I see that it is something I can throw at a thief."
He added: "It was not easy at first when I was trying to establish these charities and raise money, spending money on worthwhile projects is relatively easy, but doing it is more difficult.
"There is nothing more satisfying than seeing the difference that can be made in the lives of young people."
Dylan Jones, editor of GQ, said: The Prince of Wales has served charities and philanthropic efforts with such a strong revolution, clarity of purpose and dedication to others, at home and on the world stage.
"We are particularly honored to be able to dedicate this award to the Prince of Wales during the thirtieth anniversary of British GQ this year."
Viewers and attendees certainly hope that the evening's events are as memorable as the 2017 ceremony.
Last year's event saw the unlikely pairing of Jeremy Corbyn and Stormzy, Sadiq Khan won the politician of the year for the second year in a row and former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte won the special achievement of the year.
What an arrival! The guests were received with a group of male models upon arrival at the event