Katherine Ryan, Bimini and Anne Marie lead wild fashion looks on Glamour Women of the Year awards red carpet 
Posted by  badge Boss on Nov 09, 2022 - 09:24AM
(L-R) Munya Chawawa, Anne Marie, Bimini and Katherine Ryan led the arrivals (Picture: AP/Getty)

Glamour’s Women of the Year awards are always a star-studded affair, and this year’s event was no exception.

The stars descended on Outernet for 2022’s event, with host leading the red carpet arrivals in a green dress which hugged her baby bump, complete with large shoulder pads and a pointed which collar which led to a unique front embellishment with white feathers and diamantes. 

Katherine posed with husband Bobby Kootstra, who rocked a beige jacket and shirt with dark trousers, as the pair await their second child together, the comedian’s third overall as she has a 12-year-old daughter, Violet, from a past relationship. 

Joining her on the red carpet was Anne Marie, who posed with her middle fingers up as she rocked a red checked two-piece and knee-high Doc Marten boots, while her blonde hair was styled in tousled waves. 

RuPaul’s Drag Race star Bimini wore one of the wilder looks on Tuesday’s red carpet, paying tribute to their idol Katie Price. 

Bimini chose white platform go-go boots and an enormous blue feathered hat with a tiny hot-pink bag, but their dress was the thing that stole the show, with a massive portrait of Katie Price’s face on it.

Katherine Ryan showcased her bump in green alongside husband Bobby Kootstra (Picture: Dave Benett/Getty Images)
Bimini brought Katie Price with them in the form of a dress and incredible hat (Picture: Dave Benett/Getty Images)
Anne Marie flipped the bird in a punk-inspired ensemble (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)
Munya Chawawa stunned in pink velvet (Picture: Dave Benett/Getty Images)
Trinny Woodall glittered in silver sequins (Picture: Dave Benett/Getty Images)
Munroe Bergdorf was a vision in lilac and feathers (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)

Last year, Bimini  on Drag Race, which tests the contestants’ skills at celebrity impressions and improvisational comedy, and had Michelle Visage,  – and the audience – in stitches with their spot-on impression of the glamour model. 

Leading the men at the awards, Munya Chawawa stood out in a pink velvet blazer and black trousers, with a lighter pink shirt and matching tie as he sipped a cocktail ahead of the show. 

Bridgerton’s Nicola Coughlan kept it more low-key in a black lace gown, with a corset-style top and a cutout to the waist. 

Nicola Coughlan kept it demure in black lace (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)
Rochelle Humes donned a daring plunging neckline (Picture: PA)
Emily Atack accented her LBD with a silver sparkly bag (Picture: PA)
Rita Ora gave a flash of flesh in a sheer mesh gown (Picture: Kate Green/Getty Images)
AJ Odudu went for blue and white for her dress (Picture: Dave Benett/Getty Images)
(L-R) Grace Chatto, Nicola Roberts, Rachel Stevens, Rochelle Humes and Ashley Roberts hung out together ahead of the ahow (Picture: Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Keeping to the LBD theme was Rochelle Humes who wore a sleek black dress with a plunging cutout to the front, as well as Emily Atack, who went for a mini dress with silver diamanté trim and a matching handbag and Rita Ora, who donned a see-through black mesh dress with chunky bracelets.

AJ Odudu rocked a blue and white patterned strappy dress, while S Club 7’s Rachel Stevens stood out in an orange floor-length off the shoulder dress. 

Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts opted for an off-white sheath dress with thigh splits on both sides, with a silver bra-style embellishment to the front. 

Clean Bandit’s Grace Chatto also chose a unique gown for the evening, consisting of a beige mesh skirt with a corset top and silver diamanté heels while Trinny Woodall opted for a silver cropped turtle-neck with a fully-sequinned two-piece over the top.