Gal Gadot wows in red Christian Dior dress at GQ party

The actress was named Wonder Woman of the Year at the event

Gal Gadot stole the spotlight at the 2017 GQ Men of the Year party on Thursday night. The Wonder Woman actress attended the dinner hosted by the publication and Dior Homme at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, and looked stunning in a scarlet red dress with plunging neckline and bow detail at the waist from Christian Dior. Gal, who was named Wonder Woman of the Year by the men's magazine at the event, matched her look with strappy black high heels and natural make-up.

Another star to make a splash on the red carpet was Emily Ratajkowski in a silky black jumpsuit with fringed detail, accessorised with simple black sandals and a boxy black clutch.

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Kate Beckinsale brought her signature brand of Hollywood glamour to the bash, rocking a black leather minidress with lime green frills from Emanuel Ungaro, which she complemented with black tights and an edgy black manicure.

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen posed up a storm on the red carpet too, with the Grammy Award-winning singer looking stylish in a black suit with navy stripe detail. While his wife Chrissy, who is currently expecting the couple's second child, rocked a pale pink velvet dress by Rhea Costa and accessorised with a Tyler Ellis purse and sparkly rings from Vardui Kara and Effy.

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Singer Charli XCX arrived in a shiny silver dress with spaghetti straps, actress Sofia Boutella sported a striped trench coat and a shoe and sock combination from Prada, with Caitlyn Jenner making a sartorial statement in a bright pink coat splashed with a floral pattern.

Robert Pattinson looked cool in a black suit from Dior Homme, while Star Trek star Zachary Quinto opted for head-to-toe Salvatore Ferragamo.

Jesse Williams, Garrett Hedlund, Jussie Smollett, Wiz Khalifa and Armie Hammer were also in attendance.

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