By Sarah Bull
Figure-hugging: Kim Kardashian wore a black corseted dress which clung to her curves as she arrived at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards
She's one of the most glamorous stars around, and regularly makes headlines on both sides of the Atlantic thanks to her fashion sense.
So it was no wonder Kim Kardashian was the star of the show as she arrived at the Glamour Women of the Year awards wearing a figure-hugging black number.
The corseted dress clung to Kim's curves and drew attention to her famous posterior as she posed for photographers outside the event in London's Berkeley Square Gardens.
Perfect from every angle: The dress highlighted Kim's curves and drew attention to her famous posterior
However, perhaps Kim could have rethought her hair choice for the evening, as her slicked back 'do looked slightly too severe for her womanly outfit.
She also teamed the outfit with a pair of long Lorraine Schwartz earrings and several bracelets, as well as her huge engagement ring.
Before the event, Kim tweeted: 'Lorraine Schwartz oughtta do! Its big ballin' baby"....at the Glamour Awards!'
Jetsetters: Kristen Stewart and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley had flown in from Los Angeles for the event
Colourful: Katherine Jenkins, Fearne Cotton and Rachel Stevens stood out from the crowd in their outfits
Sticking to black: Both Gemma Arterton and Louise Redknapp, in Antonio Beradi, stuck to trusty LBDs on the red carpet
The 30-year-old star was just one of the stunning celebrities at the annual awards ceremony.
Other U.S.-based stars to have flown in for the occasion included Rosie Huntington-Whitetely, who looked stunning in a nude Burberry Prorsum dress, and Kristen Stewart, who showed off her slender figure in a tight strapless Balmain minidress.
Stewart arrived in London today after a brief reunion with boyfriend Robert Pattinson at the MTV Movie Awards over the weekend.
Brights are best: New X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos and model Daisy Lowe stood out from the crowd in their bright dresses
Stunning: Girl group The Saturdays (left to right) Una Healy, Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White, Mollie King and Rochelle Wiseman, in Paule Ka, looked glamorous as they posed for photographers
Full-length glamour: Tess Daly and Kirsty Gallacher both went for maxi dresses, albeit very different colours
The Twilight couple managed to spend some quality time together at the awards show and at an after party together, but were soon torn apart again due to filming schedules.
While Stewart is in London, Pattinson arrived in Toronto to continue filming on his upcoming new movie Cosmopolis.
One of the first celebrities to arrive was Fearne Cotton, looking summery in a bright yellow Miu Miu dress, who attended the event with her mother Linda, having recently split from fiancé Jesse Jenkins.
Glamour girl: Jessie J, who sported newly-long hair, was virtually unrecognisable in her black sequinned dress
Rachel Stevens also stood out from the crowd in a pretty leopard-print asymmetric dress, while Katherine Jenkins wowed in a full-length red and black dress.
Tess Daly shone in a pleated nude dress, with a sci-fi style necklace, while Ellie Goulding went for monochrome in a black dress with sheer white top.
New X Factor judge Tulisa showed she is a fashion force to be reckoned with as she stood out from the crowd in a bright pink number, teamed with gladiator style shoe boots, while Kirsty Gallacher also adopted the 'bright is best' mantra in a green full-length number.
Talking about her upcoming role on X Factor, Tulisa told MailOnline: 'I'm really enjoying it so far. I'm looking someone who's going to completely blow me away.
Not a good look: Alexandra Burke's Dolce & Gabbana dress swamped her petite figure
What are you wearing? Paloma Faith and Pixie Geldof also missed the fashion mark in their outfits
'It has been a nerve-wracking exeprience but people know what to expect of me and I'm absolutely loving it.'
Daisy Lowe also went for a colourful outfit in a bodycon number which showed off her toned curves.
Eliza Doolittle opted against her usual fashion choice in a pretty cut-out dress which suited her figure, while new Xtra Factor host Caroline Flack showed off her enviable pins in a pair of black shorts and white top.
Fashion disasters of the evening, however, were led by Alexandra Burke, who completely swamped her petite figure in a tent-like Dolce & Gabbana dress.
Pop starlets: Ellie Goulding, Eliza Doolittle and Diana Vickers all made an appearance at the awards and all looked amazing
Date night: Rod Stewart attended with wife Penny Lancaster, while Davina McCall was accompanied by husband Matthew Robertson
Short and sweet: (Left to right) Caroline Flack, Lenora Crichlow and Jameela Jamil all showed off their legs in short outfits
At the awards, Dannii Minogue was crowned TV Personality of the Year - despite her exit from The X Factor.
The Australian judge, 39, had to quit the ITV1 show after learning that the auditions schedule clashed with her work on Australia's Got Talent.
The mother-of-one, who recently played down rumours of a split from boyfriend Kris Smith, accepted the honour in a video acceptance speech.
Sticking to black: Dawn French, Lorraine Kelly and Stevie Nicks on the red carpet at the awards
Tonight's bash, hosted by Gavin and Stacey star James Corden, also saw Sarah Burton, who created the ivory wedding gown worn by the Duchess of Cambridge at April's royal wedding, win Designer of the Year.
Burton, who is Alexander McQueen's creative director, also created Pippa Middleton's dress, which prompted admiration for the maid of honour's slinky silhouette, particularly her posterior.
Big Brother-turned-Million Pound Drop host Davina McCall won Presenter of the Year, with the award presented to her by Dermot O'Leary.
Happy faces: Fearne Cotton with her Radio Personality of the Year award and Jessica Ennis with her Sportswoman of the Year award
Girls just wanna have fun: The Saturdays after collected their Band of the Year award
Celebrate: JLS pose for photographs with comedienne Miranda Hart after presenting her with the Comedy Actress of the Year award
Singer Adele, who has dominated both the US and British charts with her new album 21, was named UK Solo Artist of the Year.
Pregnant singer-turned-fashion designer Victoria Beckham was named Accessory Designer of the Year.
Film Actress of the Year went to former Bond girl Gemma Arterton while Jonathan Ross's wife, screenwriter and producer Jane Goldman, took Filmmaker of the Year.
Excited: Kim Kardashian with her Entrepeneur of the Year award and Ellie Goulding with her Pandora Breakthrough of the Year award
Comedians united: Michael McIntyre presented Dawn French with the Writer of the Year award
Outstanding Contribution went to Fleetwood Mac frontwoman Stevie Nicks, singer Jessie J was crowned Woman of Tomorrow, Kim Kardashian was Entrepreneur of the Year, and Miranda Hart was Comedy Actress of the Year.
Pandora Breakthrough of the Year was won by Ellie Goulding, Writer of the Year went to actress, writer and comedienne Dawn French, and Band of the Year was The Saturdays.