Kate Winslet looks effortlessly elegant in a white suit as she takes over the red carpet at the prestigious Vogue World
Kate Winslet showed off her incredible sense of style as she invaded the red carpet at the Vogue World 2023 show in London on Thursday.
The 47-year-old actress looked stylish as she joined the list of A-list guests at the glitzy event, held at the Theater Royal Drury Lane to kick off London Fashion Week.
She looked effortlessly chic in a white suit consisting of flared pants and a sleek blazer, which she wore over a nude lingerie-style top.
Kate gave herself a few extra inches with a pair of pointed heels and accessorized her ensemble with delicate droplet earrings.
The event – dubbed Britain’s answer to the iconic Met Gala – brought together a legion of A-list attendees, including Cara Delevingne, Rita Ora and Winnie Harlow.
Glam: Kate Winslet showed off her incredible sense of style by invading the red carpet at the Vogue World 2023 show in London on Thursday.
Stylish: The 47-year-old actress looked stylish as she joined the list of A-list guests at the glitzy event held at the Theater Royal Drury Lane to kick off London Fashion Week.
Dame Anna Wintour arrived at Vogue World alongside British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful as they presented a united display following reports of a power struggle.
The Mail on Sunday reported that Enninful had hoped to one day replace Wintour, but the Vogue editor-in-chief is determined to stay put and will “swat out any rivals like a fly.”
The celebration comes just three months after the shock announcement that the British-Ghanaian former model and fashion stylist will be stepping down as editor-in-chief of British Vogue after six years at the helm of the magazine.
Upon his departure in early 2024, Enninful will take up a “global advisory role” at Vogue, “with the freedom to take on broader creative projects.”
Thursday’s event will serve as a fundraiser for the UK performing arts industry, with Vogue editor-in-chief Anna overseeing proceedings.
The first Vogue World event included a fashion show and street fair when it took place in New York’s slaughterhouse district in 2021, but the ceremony in London is expected to be a grander affair.
The dress code was opening night, with the invitation revealing a West End stage decorated with blood-red velvet curtains.
Organized by BAFTA and Olivier award-winning director Stephen Daldry, show director Emily Burns and creative producer Fran Miller, along with the Vogue team, the evening showcased a wide range of performing arts.
However, viewers were left baffled by the spectacle as Kate Moss took to the stage to do an interpretive dance and Cara Delevingne sported a punk mohawk.
Stylish: She looked effortlessly chic in a white suit consisting of flared pants and a sleek blazer, which she wore over a nude lingerie-style top.
Glitzy: Kate gave herself a few extra inches with a pair of pointed heels and accessorized her ensemble with delicate droplet earrings.
Fashionista: Kate – who took part in James Corden’s comedy sketch during the show – looked effortlessly glamorous
Bombshell: she opted for a superb, very glamorous makeup palette while wearing her golden locks in waves
United: Dame Anna Wintour arrived at Vogue World alongside British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful (both pictured with Baz Luhrmann)
Guests watched opera and theater at the event which takes place at the start of London Fashion Week and aims to unveil and showcase talent.
Contributing guest and artist designers include 16Arlington, Ahluwalia, Burberry, Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY, Erdem, Maison Margiela and SS Daley, among many other fashion giants.
Wintour previously claimed the performing arts industry was “under threat”, meaning all profits from ticket sales would go to various theater companies, including the National Theatre, the Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet.