Glamour has many faces – whether it’s the timeless elegance, or the timeliness sexiness. Yet none of these defines the true meaning of the latest glamour, which was redesigned by the attribution of those who dedicated themselves in various fields that inspired others. From television to the silver screen and beyond, we now turn our heads back at 7 muses at the red carpet of Glamour Magazine Women of the Year Awards – Berkeley Square Gardens in London on June 7, and see how they stirred up the traditional meaning of glamour in their own unique ways.

Sophie Turner wearing Kenzo Fall 2016 Dress and Jennifer Fisher necklaces - UK TV Actress Winner

Kenzo

Sophie Turner and the creative glam. Smartly taken from Kenzo Fall 2016 collection, Sophie Turner transformed the preppy off-the-shoulder office-inspired grey shirtdress into a one piece sexy wonder, replacing the rigid shirt with flattering Jennifer Fisher necklaces. Puffed sleeves speaks power in nature, making her look perfectly balanced between powerful sexy and cleverly elegant.

Naomie Harris wearing Mugler dress, Casadei shoes and Jimmy Choo clutch - Film Actress Winner

Mugler

Naomie Harris and the unconventional glam. It’s time to break some rules. Naomie Harris gave us the perfect example of redefining the boundaries of glamour by opting for the Mugler halter yellow and black asymmetrical hemline mini dress, refined by the lux leather detail on the bottom accompanied by the high contrast sawing lines.

Elizabeth Banks in Nina Ricci Fall 2016 dress

Nina Ricci

Elizabeth Banks and liquid glam. You know what they say, It is all in between the lines. The lines here we’re talking about are the lines from the shoulder straps of Banks’ Nina Ricci sequin midi dress, to the lines created by the liquidness of the sparkling sequin. Simply elegant, the soft curves created by the navy midi dress perfected Bank’ waistline, making her sensual and seductive.

Rose Byrne wearing Christopher Kane Dress - Comedy Actress Winner - Glamour Magazine 2016 Women of the Year Awards

Christopher Kane

Rose Byrne and intuitive glam. True glamour is the glamour that can be felt. By rocking Christopher Kane’s sleeveless floral pleated silk chiffon dress, Byrne was surely showing off her serious side on bon chic, bon genre, outside of her comedy career. Elegantly wrapped around her neck and pouring down on the floor, the warm-toned floral dress brings out her inner classy-complex, while keeping it real.

Kourtney Kardashian wearing Julien Macdonald dress

Julien Macdonald

Kourtney Kardashian and the glam of her limit. Kourtney has already told you that sky is the limit is a plain lie by perfecting the ultimate V-neck body-con midi dress. Plunging from the neck and halted by the waistline, Kourtney was proving one simple fact, when it comes to the unbeatable sexiness, only the waistline is the limit. The hollow laced burgundy deep V-neck body-con shouted at us whenever we look at it: Who wants to challenge my glamorous limit?

Jenna Coleman in Chloé Embroidered Dress

Chloé

Jenna Coleman is wearing an embroidered Chloé silk dress with neck tie accent and an asymmetric hem.

Krysten Ritter in Julien MacDonald Red Dress, Jimmy Choo Clutch and Kurt Geiger Shoes

Julien MacDonald

Krysten Ritter is wearing a red Julien Macdonald lace dress complete with Jimmy Choo clutch and gold pointed-toe Kurt Geiger pumps.