Its the 2016 GQ Men of the Year Award, Check out all the fabulous ladies and Gentlemen in attendance at this Years event and see all their Red Carpet Ready outfits after the cut. Enjoy!

Kelly Rowland hit the black carpet looking ravishing in a red plunge-neckline lace dress.

Christina Milian was on the scene rocking a back and white stripe thigh-baring deep V-neckline number, anchored by some silver heels.  

 She is one of the most effortless beauties in Entertainment, Gugu Mbatha-Raw! The British Actress was clad in a sky-blue suit and some white pointed heels. 
Keke Palmer was pretty and showing off her abs in a matching crop-top and pencil skirt paired with some nude pointies. She accessorized with a choker and carried a small tote.  
Mr & Mrs. Hart! Kevin and Eniko looked fashionable walking the GQ Black carpet. 
Karrueche Tran’s nude and silver bustier dress was a little too complicated to comprehend but her hair and make up get two thumbs up! 
Calyann Barnett matched the black carpet in a black midi dress anchored by some silver strappy heels. 
Bebe Rexha doesnt have an impressive history walking the Carpet! Not a fan but hey! She is here so see for your self.  

I am a fan of Pin-stripes and i think Eiza Gonzalez looked okay wearing this two-piece. Not my favorite look but she looked good.

 “A black-beaded cut-out number was on the menu for Jennifer Akerman

 Cut-out’s and chaos! Kara Del Toro rocked a black cut-out number paired with some matching suede heels. 
Tiffany Keller opted for a see-through lace embellished turtle-neck number. 
 Tanya Mityushina hit the black carpet looking pretty in a gold cut-out halter number. 

Every red carpet has a casualty and unfortunately Sevyn Streter fall’s through with her look head-to-toe at the 2016 GQ Awards, she could definitely do better than this!
The Stars certainly made more subtle appearances at this Year’s GQ Men of the Year Award. Who had your best outfit and black carpet look? Let’s hear. In the main time…
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