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PICS: The 25 Best Fashion Moments From Glamour Magazine's 'Women of the Year' Awards
Bored by the never-ending sea of flannel often seen during the brisk fall months? Consider taking some inspiration from these stylish stars. READ: 9 Fall Fashion Trends That Flatter Every Figure Glamour Magazine’s Women of the Year Awards took place on Monday night at NeueHouse Hollywood in Los Angeles, where the top actors, musicians, and activists united to celebrate the inspiring honorees — and dress in their very best for the red carpet. Tossing aside pesky layers in favor of grander gowns, these ladies made sure to have fun with their ensembles. Actresses Jenna Dewan Tatum and Gabourey Sidibe, as well as reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner, opted for the usual fall hues of green and orange, but chose to electrify their looks by relying on bold shades and body-hugging dresses to enhance their curves. Meanwhile, models Cara Delevingne and Ashley Graham preferred more daring dresses made of sheer lace, revealing their runway-ready figures. And then there were singers Gwen Stefani and Zendaya, who shook things up in more experimental, playful pieces: namely, an ombre cut-out ball gown and a white hot mini dress with sheer pink sleeves resembling blooming flowers. READ: How to Wear Fall Pastels With Style It's certainly starting to look like that stained cardigan isn’t going to cut it this season. For some much-needed inspiration, check out some of our favorite looks from the Women of the Year Awards, but be warned — you’ll be tempted to revamp your closet after just a peek:
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Gwen Stefani

Singer
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Eve Hewson

Actress and Bono's Daughter
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Rowan Blanchard

Actress
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Annalise Basso

Actress
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Zendaya

Actress/Singer
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Shonda Rhimes

Writer/Creator of TV medical drama "Grey's Anatomy"
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Keke Palmer

Actress
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Freida Pinto

Actress
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Amber Heard

Actress
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Laura Dern

Actress
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Rachel Zoe

Fashion Designer
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Chanel Iman

Model
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Gabourey Sidibe

Actress
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Rashida Jones

Actress
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Jenna Dewan Tatum

Actress
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Cara Delevingne

Model/Actress
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Ashley Graham

Model/Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Rookie
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Caitlyn Jenner

Reality TV Star
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Tracee Ellis Ross

Actress
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Leona Lewis

Singer
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Ibtihaj Muhammad

Sabre Fencer
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Demi Lovato

Singer
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Simone Biles

Artistic Gymnast
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Kat Graham

Actress/Singer
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Cynthia Erivo

Actress
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PICS: The 25 Best Fashion Moments From Glamour Magazine's 'Women of the Year' Awards

Bored by the never-ending sea of flannel often seen during the brisk fall months? Consider taking some inspiration from these stylish stars. READ: 9 Fall Fashion Trends That Flatter Every Figure Glamour Magazine’s Women of the Year Awards took place on Monday night at NeueHouse Hollywood in Los Angeles, where the top actors, musicians, and activists united to celebrate the inspiring honorees — and dress in their very best for the red carpet. Tossing aside pesky layers in favor of grander gowns, these ladies made sure to have fun with their ensembles. Actresses Jenna Dewan Tatum and Gabourey Sidibe, as well as reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner, opted for the usual fall hues of green and orange, but chose to electrify their looks by relying on bold shades and body-hugging dresses to enhance their curves. Meanwhile, models Cara Delevingne and Ashley Graham preferred more daring dresses made of sheer lace, revealing their runway-ready figures. And then there were singers Gwen Stefani and Zendaya, who shook things up in more experimental, playful pieces: namely, an ombre cut-out ball gown and a white hot mini dress with sheer pink sleeves resembling blooming flowers. READ: How to Wear Fall Pastels With Style It's certainly starting to look like that stained cardigan isn’t going to cut it this season. For some much-needed inspiration, check out some of our favorite looks from the Women of the Year Awards, but be warned — you’ll be tempted to revamp your closet after just a peek:

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