London Fashion Week is in full swing, which means for the past six days we've clocked some of the biggest names in the biz in some of the best looks we've ever seen. Last night, for example, Vogue celebrated its second annual Vogue World event in London, (which has been classed as the UK's version of the Meta Gala) and featured a red carpet brimming with fashion's most important faces.
One of those in attendance was Canadian model Winnie Harlow, who IMO, stole the show completely in her Cruella de Vil-inspired plunging gown. Taking to the carpet outside of London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane, the 29-year-old oozed elegance coupled with 'don't f**k with me vibes' as she posed for photos.
In terms of the look, Harlow's black velvet offering perfectly hugged her slender frame, which she paired with some long black opera-style gloves for ultimate sophistication. She added a chunky silver bangle over the left glove and a costume ring over the right, which matched her silver droplet statement earrings.
But the talking point of the whole look was Winnie's dramatic ruffled cape that sat above her shoulders like a huge Victorian collar. The white cloak-style piece then sleekly dropped to the floor and fell into a small train that flowed behind her.
As she should, Harlow let her outfit take precedence and opted for a subtle makeup look, complete with a gold smokey eye, a nude lip, and perfectly sculpted eyebrows.
It's official, we're absolutely *obsessed* with everything about this get-up.