Best of the 2014 UK Glamour Magazine Women of the Year Awards

4 Jun

Right on the heels of the CFDA Fashion Awards are the UK Glamour magazine Women of the Year Awards celebrating those who are making an impact in film, television, fashion and music. Color, print and metallics dominate our style highlights.

Emily VanCampEmily VanCamp picked up International TV Actress and this Monique Lhuillier fuchsia tweed print mid-length dress could almost double as fancy business wear if it wasn’t for those fantastic bell-sleeves. This is sophisticated, yet playful and the slightly longer length sets it apart from a lot of the shorter hemlines on display.

Natalie DormerGoing even longer is Natalie Dormer in this starry ’70s inspired Matthew Williamson halter gown and it’s the perfect partner to Brie Larson’s DVF from the CFDA Awards. This maybe needs a bolder lip color, but the Game of Thrones star shines on this red carpet.

Sophie TurnerAs does Dormer’s co-star Sophie Turner and she has gone for a slightly more edgy look in McQ Alexander McQueen. Mixing plaid with leather is a fun choice, particularly when the leather aspect goes beyond a belt into a built-in corset. Pairing this with maroon booties might seem like a misstep considering it is summer, but I’m totally into them.

Emma WillisEmma Willis picked up Presenter of the year and as yellow is my clothing catnip I am practically drooling over this canary Roksanda Ilincic skirt (that is very similar to this one). The color blocking is on point and Willis adds even more pop with her pink lipstick without becoming a walking crayon set.

Cat DeeleyPresenter Cat Deeley’s Matthew Williamson star print shift dress shows off her amazing legs and the red belt detail with her silver snakeskin strappy heels complement the simplicity of this style. Deeley looks fantastic.

Daisy LoweDaisy Lowe opts for a retro silhouette in a 1954 Dior couture (from William Vintage) and the nipped in waist, full skirt and open neckline is a classic shape for a reason; Lowe pulls this off without looking like she is playing 1950s dress up.

Gemma ChanActress Gemma Chan does the metallic shift/strappy shoe look with aplomb.

Sarah HylandModern Family’s Sarah Hyland wears a super shimmer Gucci T-shirt style frock and while the oversized nature does almost drown her, it’s a funky take on what could look like either mermaid scales or chainmail. Take your pick with what fantasy crossover you want, just be sure to ditch the nude pumps on the way out.

Hayley AtwellHayley Atwell dons one of the few floor-length gowns at this event in Ermanno Scervino and the floral embroidery, braid and pink lip gives this a 70s boho feel.

For a full list of the winners head here.

2 Responses to “Best of the 2014 UK Glamour Magazine Women of the Year Awards”


  1. Out of the Box: Look of the Week | TV Ate My Wardrobe - January 23, 2015

    […] the National Television Awards presenter Emma Willis embraced her fondness for yellow Roksanda Ilincic in another incredible outfit. Pairing a crop top with a skirt this floaty adds an edginess to […]

  2. Out of the Box: Look of the Week | TV Ate My Wardrobe - June 5, 2015

    […] she never disappoints on the red carpet. While it isn’t quite Roksanda levels of stunning as last year’s the blue neck detail and texture elevates […]

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