From Pippa Middleton to Kim Kardashian, The Best-Dressed at GQ’s Big Bash Were Pretty Sensational

If there’s ever a red carpet that includes Kim Kardashian and Pippa Middleton, you’ve basically gotta drop everything you’re doing and check out what the heck is happening. Such was the case last night in London, where style worlds collided a bit at GQ‘s Men of the Year Awards. Pippa brought the pretty, while Kim opted for the steamy. She wasn’t alone there, either, with all kinds of help from the rest of today’s sexiest.

Um, excuse me Jourdan Dunn. How steamy did she look in this long-sleeve, high-neck black Zuhair Murad couture gown that featured enough sheer cutouts to ensure that all that coverage didn’t read as too conservative.

Rita Ora’s old-school glam Zuhair Murad couture pick featured plenty of bling and must’ve been heavy to wear. I’m betting that the high leg slit made it feel a touch lighter (and also way easier to walk in).

On Cara Delevingne, Burberry Prorsum might’ve looked its absolute sexiest. The shape of the sheer lace number reminds me of the fall 2014 runway (sans monogrammed poncho). Also, in her mouth? A cherry stem. (Strangest accessory, ever.)

Kim was as sexy as always in a latex-like Atsuko Kudo bustier and Ralph & Russo couture crystal skirt. I love the play of the luxe rhinestone-ish bottom against a more S&M top, but I’ve gotta say—it doesn’t look all that comfortable to wear.

And pretty Pippa picked blush pink Hugo Boss that had a cut and color that both reminded me of none-other than big sister Kate Middleton. I love that the splay of lighter-than-air fabric at the left side added something extra.

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