Rita Ora and Charli XCX led the glamour at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London on Tuesday night, standing out in eye-catching ensembles. Rita wowed in an Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture black tuxedo jacket and split side trousers, with her decision to go topless under the jacket ensuring she turned heads with her cleavage-baring look. Accessories were also key for the singer, with the British star teaming her look with a black pillar box hat and face veil and a pair of attention-grabbing purple metallic boots.
Rita's frequent collaborator Charli was also present for the ceremony at the Tate Modern museum, where she also performed. For her arrival, Charli opted for an understated look in a figure-hugging Cushnie et Ochs dress. The gown still proved a red carpet winner though, with the low cut showcasing her incredible figure. Slicked back hair and relatively natural make-up completed Charli's look.
Other beauties to court attention at the awards included Natalie Dormer and Amber Le Bon, who both opted for trouser suits in red and black respectively, and singer Vanessa White and model Poppy Delevingne, who went down the lace route with their ensembles.
But while the women naturally stood out on the red carpet, the evening was actually all about the men - and they didn't disappoint with their red carpet looks.
Jared Leto was arguably the most fashion-forward man at the event, in a double breasted red and white checked suit complete with an embroidered floral lapel and worn over a red shirt and tie combo.
Star Wars legend Mark Hamill, rapper Stormzy, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, petrolhead Richard Hammond, actor James Norton and singer Liam Gallagher also all attended the event, decked out in their finest.