This week on the red carpet: Pharrell Williams

Pharrell Williams, Lily Allen, Cara Delevingne and Rita Ora all stepped out at the Elle Style Awards.

He didn’t pick up the Best Dressed Man Of The Year Award, but Pharrell Williams showed the judges the error of their ways in head-to-toe Lanvin Pre-Fall 2014 — a black leopard effect tuxedo blazer with satin lapels, and two-tone cropped trousers.

We’re loving Lily Allen’s sleek, grown-up new look. She stepped out at the Elle Style Awards in a Roland Mouret 2014 black halter peplum dress. The fring, pulled back ponytail and eyeliner proved a red carpet hit.

The star of the show was, as always, Cara Delevingne. She opted for a vintage dress for the Elle style awards. Sexy and glamorous, the daring neckline and high slit made for a dramatic entrance. And we loved her asymmetric side braid.

Rita Ora wore a breath-taking white, floor-length Marchesa Fall 2014 gown at the style awards. The body featured intricate embroidery, contrasted with a layered tulle skirt. The bold lip gives the romantic look a modern, dramatic take.


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