It’s already a busy week for the red carpet! Monday night saw the prestigious CFDA Awards take place in New York, and last night it was the turn of the Glamour Women of the Year Awards which were happening right here in London – at the Berkeley Square Gardens, to be exact.

As we told you earlier, Victoria Beckham walked away with the ‘Woman of the Decade’ prize, but the best thing about her appearance (apart rom the fact that she took her very dapper looking son Brooklyn as her date) was her outfit. Sure, it was black which is big favourite with Posh, but it wasn’t one of her own designs – it was in fact Maison Martin Margiela which came as a pleasant surprise.

Frankie Sandford from The Saturdays debuted her new longer hairstyle (and also showed us how her baby bump is progressing) on the red carpet, while new yummy mummy Fearne Cotton showcased her post-baby figure in a bright blue dress. Also brightening things up on the red carpet were Myleene Klass and Les Mis star Samantha Barks, who both wore bright fuchsia dresses, while Jessie J also went for an interesting, eye-popping blue ensemble. Kylie Minogue didn’t put a foot wrong on the red carpet either, as she followed in Kate Middleton’s footsteps by stepping out in a gorgeous peach dress. Peach is definitely having a moment!

Take a look at some of our best dressed schlebs from last night’s event:

Samantha Barks in Roland Mouret


Rita Ora in Marchesa


Naomi Campbell in Alexander McQueen 


Jessie J in Gucci


Victoria Beckham in Maison Martin Margiela

victoria and brooklyn

Kylie Minogue in Moschino


Frankie Sandford in Halston Heritage 


Fearne Cotton


Myleene Klass in Rachel Gilbert 


Jourdan Dunn


Hayden Panettiere in Black Halo Eve


Cara Delevingne


Joanne Froggatt in Alberta Ferretti 


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