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Emilia Clarke leads GQ fashionistas

Published 09/09/2015

Emilia Clarke
Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke led the way at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London, England, on Tuesday night, wowing in an eye-catching orange minidress.

The 28-year-old Game of Thrones actress led the way at the star-studded ceremony in London, England on Tuesday night in the eye-catching ensemble.

Emilia, who plays Daenerys Targaryen in the hit US TV show, showcased her long legs in the strapless outfit.

The dress featured three tiers and showed off Emilia’s figure in all the right places.

She teamed the dress with a pair of strappy black heels and gold bracelets, going necklace free so as to not distract from the neckline of the ensemble.

The star completed the look by wearing her brunette hair in a loosely tousled bob.

The starlet wasn’t the only famous face to opt for a bright outfit for the awards, held at the Royal Opera House.

Skyfall star Naomie Harris also went for an attention-grabbing ensemble in a cap-sleeved yellow dress.

The garment featured embroidery over a mesh base, which served to highlight 39-year-old Naomie’s incredible physique.

With silver strappy sandals and a metallic clutch, Naomie looked every inch the glamour puss as she headed down the red carpet and into the venue.

But not every outfit at the event was a success.

Racing driver Lewis Hamilton, who debuted his newly-bleached blonde hair at the Italian Grand Prix earlier this week, continued to show off his transformation at the event.

He teamed his bright hair with an all-black ensemble consisting of a brocade blazer, suit trousers and a patterned shirt unbuttoned daringly low to draw attention to his muscly torso.

Other familiar faces to make an appearance at the awards, which were hosted by Samuel L. Jackson, included Will Ferrell, Sam Smith and model Jourdan Dunn.

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