Myleene Klass is a woman of many talents, and has been proving her creativity as a designer for online retailer Littlewoods for some years now. So it only seemed fitting on Tuesday evening, while attending the Glamour Women of the Year Awards, that she chose to wear a dress from her latest collection. Gracing the red carpet, the 39-year-old turned heads in the Myleene Klass V Front Tie Maxi Dress, retailing online for £100. The elegant backless number featured a plunging neckline, halter neck tie and playful thigh-high split, and is described quite rightly online as a: “Dreamy dress.” To accessorise, Myleene opted for a cool turquoise clutch, a gold watch and a pair of oversized statement hoops.
Myleene looked gorgeous in a maxi Littlewoods dress from her own collection
Beauty-wise, the mother-of-two wore her long, glossy brown hair scraped back in a swishy high pony tail, drawing attention to her striking features. In terms of make-up, she enhanced her flawless complexion with a glowy base and swoop of bronzer to enhance cheekbones. Her large, dark brown eyes were outlined with black liner and lashings of mascara, while a perfectly groomed brown and pink gloss completed her awe-inspiring look.
Myleene was joined at the star-studded even by fellow celebrities, including Holly Willoughby, who stunned in a whimsical floral adorned gown, Alex Jones, who wore a cool jumpsuit, and Giovanna Fletcher – who dressed in a pretty maxi dress for the occasion.
Myleene enjoyed the company of Nicole Kidman at the star-studded event
Recently, Myleene has been spotted in a number of her Littlewoods designs on her way to work at Smooth Radio, which have included a summer-ready lace midi dress, and a red floral maxi dress featuring spaghetti straps and a thigh-high split. Ticking all the boxes for the ultimate summer look, Myleene teamed her printed design with leg-lengthening white sandals, a metallic watch and a pair of statement shades.
Myleene has previously talked to HELLO! about her laidback approach to style saying: "I don't like rules. I think we're put under pressure. I believe if you like something, then wear it. Get the dress, make it your own. Just enjoy yourself."