Ariana DeBose showed off her chic sense of style as she walked the red carpet at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards at One Marylebone in London on Tuesday.
The American actress, 32, wore an off-the-shoulder black dress which perfectly accentuated her hourglass figure.
Her garment reached almost down to the ground with the piece featuring a low-cut neckline and string detail across the front.
The black beads across the neckline glistened under the bright lights at the venue.
She opted for a pair of black heels to add a few inches to her stature as she stepped out for the evening.
In style: Ariana DeBose, 32, looked chic in a black dress as she walked the red carpet at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards at One Marylebone in London on Tuesday
Glitterati: The American actress wore an off-the-shoulder black dress which perfectly accentuated her hourglass figure
Ariana accessorised with a pair of silver drop costume earrings to add a touch of glitz to her ensemble.
The star wore some heavy black eyeliner and wore her hair in loose curls for the night.
She confidently posed with her hands on her hips before heading into the venue for the ceremony.
The annual event celebrates some of the biggest names in biggest names in music, television, film, sport and media.
This year’s bash is hosted by comedian Katherine Ryan, her third time fronting the star-studded event.
The awards aim to highlight women who are seen as game-changers in their fields of expertise.
Prior to the ceremony, Glamour unveiled actress America Ferrara as its global honouree and UK Impact Award winner.
Along with her acting career, the Barbie star is the co-founder of two non-profit organisations Harness and Poderistas that work to create social change.
Strike a pose: The backless garment reached almost down to the ground and she opted for a pair of black heels to add a few inches to her stature
Millie Bobby Brown is also recognised as a global honouree this year for her work as an actress, author and the youngest-ever UNICEF Goodwill ambassador.
Deborah Joseph, European Editorial Director at GLAMOUR said: ‘With so many incredible women who have stepped up, raised their voice and challenged the status quo in 2023, there is plenty to celebrate at this year’s GLAMOUR Women of the Year.
‘We can’t wait to bring together the changemaking women from all walks of life for our annual celebration of feminism in all its forms.’
Previous winners include Kim Cattrall who took home the Screen Icon Award last year along with singer Anne-Marie who won the Musician of the Year Award.