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What’s your all-time favorite look you’ve worn for an event or red carpet? -  “I don’t know, each one is different — it’s like asking your favorite Disney character! You have different favorites for different reasons. But I had a pretty fun Cannes this year. I wore this beautiful blue Vivienne Westwood gown, which felt like when you’re a little girl and you’re playing dress-up and when you go to Disneyland and you get to meet the princesses and get their autographs, and you think, I want to be them. I would give anything to wear that dress and work at Disneyland and be a Disney princess! I felt like I got to do that.”

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model: Alexandra Martynova - photographer: Andrew Yee of Atelier Management - stylist: Damian Foxe - hair: Simone Prusso - makeup: Marco Antonio - casting director: Paul Isaac - How to Spend It Magazine November 2015

  • featured: Vivienne Westwood Gold Label, Givenchy, Oscar de la Renta, Alexander McQueen, Alberta Ferretti, Carolina Herrera New York, Mario Schwab, Ralph & Russo, Temperley London, Nicholas Oakwell Couture
  • jewelry: Bulgari , Giardini Italiani, Swarovski, Serpenti, Monete
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Karlie Kloss wows in fiery red strapless gown at Fashion Awards 2017
The 25-year-old put on a ravishing display as she strutted the red carpet in a scarlet strapless floor-length frock with heavily ruffled detailing at the Fashion Awards 2017 on Monday night.

Karlie Kloss makes a scene-stealing SEVEN outfit changes as she displays her style credentials as host of the Fashion Awards 2017

By Rianne Addo For Mailonline
PUBLISHED:  5 December 2017

As an international fashion model, she’s used to making a quick change backstage.

But Karlie Kloss proved practise pays off on Monday night, as she wowed in an impressive seven outfits at Monday night’s Fashion Awards 2017 - and even reserved one for the afterparty.

Held at London’s Royal Albert Hall, the British Fashion Council fashion event was hosted by American model Karlie alongside British comedian Jack Whitehall but it was the perfect excuse for her to demonstrate her own flair for style.

Model behaviour: Karlie Kloss, 25, put on a ravishing display as she strutted the red carpet in a scarlet strapless floor-length frock with heavily ruffled detailing at the Fashion Awards 2017 on Monday night

Arriving on the red carpet, Karlie put on a ravishing display in a red Vivienne Westwood strapless ball gown with heavily ruffled detailing.

The American supermodel highlighted her modelesque physique in the striking red gown, designed with a uniquely pointed sweetheart neckline.

Stood on mute silver sandalled heels, her prominent ensemble was complemented with crystal twin necklaces and barely-there dangle earrings.

Karlie’s ice blonde tresses were styled in elegant beachy waves as her loosely tousled curls were met with imperial red lipstick, a peach blush on the ample of her cheeks, and sultry false lashes.

Outfit change: Finally, Victoria’s Secret Angel was pictured in the Winners Room of the event in another striking number, her seventh, as she donned a black floral maxi dress

Stylish: Flared at the foot of the elaborate gown, the entrepreneur switched into matching black and nude heels as she posed for the cameras

Switching it up: Karlie changed into a further two more outfits for presenting the awards ceremony

Retro: Seen presenting alongside Jack Whitehall (left), the blonde bombshell modelled a more retro dress with giant sleeves and an oversized flower detail

Red hot: Jack clearly couldn’t keep up with Karlie’s style game, in her fifth outfit of the night

Late night look: The beauty also slipped on a silver frock to party with the guests

Later in the evening, she took to the platform in a mid-length, embellished black dress from Erdem and for the second outfit she pinned her platinum blonde hair into a neat updo.

Karlie swiftly changed into a grey chiffon Dior gown, which loosely hung on her shoulders, but also had a grey textured bodice underneath.

Karlie accessorised the third look with a metallic belt to cinch in her petite waist, as well as a pair of silver patent closed toe heels, which had an ankle strap fastening.

Chic: The American supermodel highlighted her modelesque physique in the striking red gown, designed with a uniquely pointed sweetheart neckline

Show-stopper: Stood on mute silver sandalled heels, her prominent ensemble was complemented with crystal twin necklaces and barely-there dangle earrings

Stunning: Karlie’s ice blonde tresses were styled in elegant beachy waves as her loosely tousled curls were met with imperial red lipstick, a peach blush on the ample of her cheeks, and sultry false lashes

The catwalk star later changed into a bolder ensemble, as she donned a sky blue Gucci floor-length gown, which had silver leaf detail emblazoned on the item, and also boasted large shoulder detail.

The presenter accessorised her attire with a black velvet belt and red flower accessory, which was wrapped around her petite frame.

Karlie continued to wow audiences as she later changed into a fitted, teal Calvin Klein outfit, which she paired with deep red gloves, and a nude pair of patent heels.

The star later changed into a red, black and white printed leather dress, which she paired with gold stilettos.

And Karlie’s final outfit saw her change into a dark metal grey, v-plunge, wrap vintage Versace dress, which had embellished detail layering, that she accessorised with a black patent pair of shoes.  

Finally, to finish the night, she slipped into a party-ready black jumpsuit with a keyhole cutout

One final change: Karlie was seen heading to the afterparty in yet another ensemble

Leggy look: Ready for the nighttime, it was a leggy jumpsuit that displayed her lithe frame

Into the night: Karlie hopped into the backseat of a car, after her busy night

Karlie has been in town to talk about her recent venture, Kode with Klossy, at the Business Of Fashion.

The chicago born beauty looked every inch the supermodel in a velvet black jacket and white polo neck as she took to the stage to take about her summer camp programme.

The blonde beauty opened up about her passion for technology and creative innovation with the help of education at the event.

‘We create the space and give the access to the learning for the girls, but knowledge is power and I think this is a really empowering thing for these young women,’ she said.

'There are so many ways that technology can create more efficiency in our industry.’

Fashion icon: Karlie has been in town to talk about her business, Kode with Klossy, at the Business Of Fashion

She said it had grown bigger than anticipated, adding: 'It’s amazing to see the impact that we’ve been able to have on the girls who have been in our camps and in our communities.

'They change the way that they think about themselves and [what they think] they are capable of…. That confidence factor is key.’

Karlie’s learnt to balance her academic life, social life and her blossoming runway career from the tender age of 15.

Her excellent grades granted her entry into New York University and also took a short course in another of her interests, coding.

Her passion led the statuesque blonde to set up a program for girls and young women to learn coding with the Flatiron School in New York City.

Jet setter: Earlier in the day, Karlie sported a much more casual appearance as she arrived at Heathrow airport

Daily Mail

Zendaya blasts ‘Fashion Police’ host Giuliana Rancic’s ‘ignorant’ red carpet dis

“E!’s acerbic fashion review show “Fashion Police” may have finally crossed a red line.

Host Giuliana Rancic employed not one but two racially tinged stereotypes to criticize Disney Channel star Zendaya Coleman’s red carpet look: a sleek Vivienne Westwood gown and dreadlocks.

“I feel that she smells like patchouli oil … or weed,” Rancic said during Monday night’s show. “Yeah, maybe weed.”

Read the full piece here