Dang, There Was A Whole Lotta Skin At The GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Not like we're mad or anything.

Chances are you weren’t invited to The GQ Men of the Year Awards last night, but hey, don’t stress! We’re here to give you the lowdown on all the biggest fashion moments from London’s coolest (and best-dressed) party. The biggest trend takeaway? A serious lack of fabric. Everyone from Cara Delevingne to Jessie J to Jourdan Dunn sported killer barely-there ensembles, which proved that this men’s awards show was definitely all about the ladies. (Sorry, boys.)


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Cara arrived in a totally see-through black lace Burberry Prorsum number complete with high-waisted underwear, a gold belt, and, um, not much else. She finished the look with gold-rimmed eyes, burgundy lipstick, and soft waves. Yowza.


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Kim also went the sheer route in a custom Ralph & Russo crystal skirt worn over a black latex Atsuko Kudo bodysuit.


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Rita stunned in a silver Zuhair Murad number, which—even though it was partially sheer—couldn’t distract us from those gams.


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In a totally different type of daring ensemble, Jessie J opted for a vintage emerald green Jean Paul Gaultier gown that featured a super-deep plunging neckline (it’s basically down to her belly button, people) and thigh-high (or is it waist?) slit.


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Daisy Lowe steamed up the GQ Men of the Year Awards party in a super-tailored (and super-shirtless) Barbara Casasola tweed jumpsuit complete with pointy red pumps.


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And, finally, Jourdan Dunn knocked it out of the park in a mesh-in-all-the-right-places black Zuhair Murad gown paired with a freshly chopped bob and stellar smoky eye.