Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 September 2014

Kelly Osbourne cements style status at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards

Kelly Osbourne
Katie Piper arrives at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards, at the Victoria and Albert Museum, in Kensington, London.
Louise Redknapp arrives at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards, at the Victoria and Albert Museum, in Kensington, London.

Kelly Osbourne turned heads at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards in London last night.

The TV star joined a host of A-list guests as the magazine honoured influential females at the Victoria & Albert Museum.

Kelly won the Ultimate Style Icon award, proving she deserved the accolade in an elegant Zimmerman dress, teamed with sky-high Casadei shoes.

The floral gown hugged the designer's curves in all the right places, as she posed for cameras at the event.

The splashes of pastel colour complemented her purple hair, while subtle make-up ensured the focus stayed on her gorgeous frock.

Kelly oozed glamour with her Hollywood siren waves, while boyfriend Matthew Mosshart joined her at the festivities in a smart suit and long locks.

During the evening Kelly took to the stage to express her appreciation at receiving a style award.

"I used to look like sh*t. I never thought I'd get a style award," Kelly gushed.

"Cosmo putting me on their cover a couple of years ago did wonders for my self-esteem."

Nicole Scherzinger also stole some of the limelight as she worked the red carpet in a white, backless dress.

The former Pussycat Doll teamed the daring frock with fuchsia heels, which she matched to lipstick in a similar shade.

The 34-year-old left her long mane in loose, glossy waves which looked perfect with the sultry outfit choice.

The UK X Factor judge walked away with the Ultimate Fun Fearless Female award, which was presented to her by some of the show's finalists.

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