Kim Kardashian sent jaws dropping when she stepped out for the GQ Men Of The Year Awards in London on Tuesday night in a daring custom-designed haute couture gunmetal skirt by Ralph & Russo, with an Atsuko Kudo latex bodysuit with Tom Ford heels. Accompanied by her husband Kanye West, who couldn’t keep his hands off her, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians was presented with the Woman of the Year award by GQ’s editor Dylan Jones.
Sadly for Dylan, he didn’t announce her full name with ‘West’ on the end, and Kimmy made sure everyone knew about it. Speaking to the guests gathered at the Royal Opera House, Kim said:’It’s Kim Kardashian West. I want to thank GQ for making me Woman of the Year, and my husband for making me feel like woman of the year every day.’ Dylan Jones had introduced the reality star with the following words: ‘She is simply one of the most famous women in the world. The queen of social media and the queen of TV. And since marrying Kanye West in May she has become part of the world’s most famous couple. She’s Cocoa Cola famous.. it’s Kim Kardashian.’
Kim and Kanye proved to be the best company for each other, as they couldn’t stop smiling and the rapper kept on nuzzling into his pretty wife’s neck and keeping his arms around her. He also gave her a big kiss as she walked up to the stage to receive the gong. The Black Skinhead star had gone for a more reserved look in a navy blue jacket with black trousers, a low-cut T-shirt and what looked to be velvet shoes. Kim’s shorter new hair, which she debuted via Instagram earlier in the week, was worn out in sexy tousles and a sleek side parting. The reality star’s skin was a golden bronzed colour and her make-up was sexy and dramatic; using contouring with lashings of mascara and a shiny nude lip.
The newlyweds looked more in love than ever as they posed for photos on the red carpet, at one point Kanye lent into Kim Kardashian and whispered something in her ear that made her giggle, and inside he got a lot friskier. Ever the gentlemen, Kanye helped his leading lady as she navigated her way down the red carpet, making sure she didn’t trip on her heavy gown. At the table, Kim let her followers know just who she was sitting with, which turned out to be Jonah Hill, Pharrell Williams, Sam Smith, Nicole Scherzinger, Bradley Cooper and Lewis Hamilton. The GQ Men Of Year Awards returned to London on Tuesday night, bringing with it some of the world’s most handsome gents of stage, screen and television – not to mention the hottest women.
Gerard – recently named the new face of Hugo Boss who were sponsoring the event – was there to present the Entrepreneur award to hotelier André Balazs, who owns the Chateau Marmont and the recently opened celebrity hotspot The Chiltern Firehouse. For Gerard, it seems he isn’t ready to show off his new lady who he has been seen spending a lot of time with over the last few weeks. No doubt that gave him time to converse with the many of the other stylish men and women arriving for the awards show put on by the UK version of the mens’ magazine.
Rita Ora proved her style credentials in an amazing glittery gown with a revealing slit up the side, meaning the singer’s toned and tanned legs were on show. The dress featured a small train and one-shoulder detail. She finished off her look with simple yet elegant nude stilettos. Her pieces included a bracelet made from a string of 50 carat emerald cut diamonds, a 10 carat diamond cocktail ring, and a 15 carat diamond chandelier drop pair of earrings. Achieving the ultimate balance between sophisticated and sexy, Daisy Lowe ditched the red carpet gown in favour of something far more slick. Co-ordinating her entrance with the red carpet, the model wore red velvet shoes to elongate her never-ending legs. -dailymail