From Kim Kardashian to Cara Delevingne, who wore what at the GQ Awards?

Pharrell Williams, Colin Firth and David Gandy also hit the red carpet for the annual event.

The GQ Awards 2014 took place last night, gathering the celebrities from the worlds of theatre, Hollywood, fashion and TV.

Some of the big winners of the evening included Kim Kardashian who won Women of the Year, Tony Blair was named Philanthropist of the Year and Burberry’s beloved creative director Christopher Bailey, won best Designer of the Year.

But besides who won what, it’s who wore what that’s caught our attention with some seriously risqué looks debuted on the red carpet.

See the gallery below for the best and worst red carpet looks

British supermodel Cara Delevingne wore a black Burberry sheer lace dress and a rather unusual mouth accessory, of a cocktail stick.

All eyes were on TV reality star Kim Kardashian, who stole the show when she arrived on the red carpet with husband Kanye West in a daring haute couture beaded sheer skirt by Ralph and Russo and a latex black playsuit from Atsuko Kudo.

 

Male model David Gandy sported a sharp Henry Poole & Co three-piece tuxedo, Colin Firth posed in a Tom Ford classic tuxedo alongside his stylish wife, and Benedict Cumberbatch went for an all-black Spencer Hart look, head to toe.

Pharrell Williams wouldn’t ditch his signature hat, so as expected, he broke the event’s strict black tie dress code, and instead wore ripped jeans, camouflage jacket, beige hat and instead of his usual bling sneakers; he wore customised red Chanel boots.

Other celebrities who attended the annual event last night include Lewis Hamilton, Nicole Scherzinger, Rita Ora, Lindsay Lohan, Daisy Lowe, Ringo Starr, Nicole Scherzinger and Pippa Middleton.

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