Sheer daring! Braless Jourdan Dunn and Winnie Harlow flaunt their supermodel figures in racy see-through dresses as they bring some A-list glamour to the MTV EMAs

With their intricately designed sheer dresses clinging to their stunning figures, models Jourdan Dunn and Winnie Harlow ensured all eyes were on them as they led the arrivals at the MTV EMAs on Sunday night.

Jourdan, 26, arrived on the red carpet in the slim fitting number which featured sheer panels and a woven design which showed off her sleek frame to maximum affect.

Winnie, meanwhile, plumped for a similar number, also going braless in a black lacy semi-sheer dress with cut out panels outside the Ahoy Rotterdam. 

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All eyes on her: Stepping on to the red carpet at the Ahoy Rotterdam, Jourdan Dunn managed to steal the spotlights from many of the musical guests

Jourdan wore her black hair long straight and sleek, with chunky black heels, while Winnie teased her tresses into loose curls.

Later the Canadian model swapped her sheer ensemble for an equally daring number, slashed to the waist. while Jourdan also changed into a tiny mini dress to present an award on stage. 

The  star stuck to a mesh-style look with the frock showing off her slender figure to the maximum with cut out panels at the sides. 

Black lace nights: Winnie Harlow cut a stunning figure in a long lace panel dress as she arrived at the bash 

Fan favourite: Winnie mingled with the crowd, helping a fan take a snapshot of the pair of them 

Putting on a show: Jourdan posed up a storm in front of hundreds of fans who braved to autumn cold to get a shot of their favourites 

Svelte: The intricately-designed dress showed off Jourdan's stunning figure to the maximum 

Fancy seeing you here! Winnie looked in cheerful spirits as she greeted fans 

Embrace lace like Winnie in her Roberto Cavalli dress

Winnie Harlow cut a stylish figure at the MTV Europe Music Awards, styled by Muse Talent Group in a dramatic black lace dress from the Roberto Cavalli Autumn/Winter '16 collection, teamed with Casadei heels.

From the intricate lace material, to the plunge front and bell sleeves, her gown is a total red-carpet winner. You can't beat a bit of black lace when it comes to looking chic and Winnie has defintiely reminded us of this.

Her exact dress isn't available to buy but click right to shop the brand at MyTheresa so you can get your own slice of the cult label that's been worn on the red-carpet by everyone from Kate Hudson, to Sofia Vergara, and now Winnie.

If you're keen to emulate Winnie's red-carpet style, then we can help you out there. We've hunted out some great lookalike designs on the high-street from The Jetset Diaries, White Sand, Pixie & Diamond and Love Triangle - the latter of which is particuarly great for giving a nod to Winnie's Roberto Cavalli original.


Despite the models' dramatic arrival, the show's presenter Bebe Rexha did her utmost to make a splash, arriving in a stunning black dress, slit to the thigh. 

The platinum blonde singer's frock included fishnet style side panels and a sexy zip feature at the front, while a plunging neckline showed off her cleavage. 

She proceeded to change numerous times to present the show which saw her perform a few dramatic numbers.   

Fun time on the carpet: Jourdan was in cheerful spirits ahead of awarding the Best Male gong to Shawn Mendes 

A leggy display: Jourdan Dunn swapped her ensemble for a tiny mini dress to appear on stage 

Quick change: Winnie swapped her lacy ensemble for another racy number, taking the stage in a red and grey mini dress, slashed to the waist

The glamorous Brooklyn-based singer co-wrote Eminem’s chart-topping single The Monster featuring Rihanna and has provided vocals for tracks including G-Eazy's Me, Myself & I.

Nina Dobrev added a touch of Hollywood glamour to proceedings, looking stunning in a beaded and belted lilac gown.

The Vampire Diaries star teamed her stunning ensemble with oversized drop earrings, a sleek centre parted hairstyle and smokey eye make-up. 

Old school glamour: Nina Dobrev brought her stunning good looks to the carpet in a pretty gown 

Lilac looking: The actress sported a stunning beaded gown and sleek hairstyle 

So pleased to be here: Charli seemed unaffected by the cold with a furry stole helping her keep warm 

Bubblegum pink: Charli XCX sported an eye-catching pink crop top and trousers

Selfie time: The singer struck a pose for her Instagram showing off her bright red lipstick and studded choker

Adding another rather dramatic pop of colour to proceedings was Charli XCX who appeared in a bubblegum pink sequinned crop top and trousers with furry wrap. 

The British singer-songwriter was on hand to present the Best Electronic Award at the show. 

Early arrivals included TV presenter Laura Whitmore who looked stunning in a plum coloured mini dress with sheer panels, sequins and a frill at the hem.

A striking show: Chloe Ferry sported a cop top and underwear covered with a sheer embroidered skirt 

A little more demure: Charlotte Dawson sported a semi-sheer nude gown with embroidered black detailing and train 

Matching acessories: Charlotte even sported coordinating long fingerless gloves 

Peek-a-boo: Charlotte Crosby looked surprisingly modest in a chic black number with gold heels 

Arriving in a stretch: Gary Beadle sported a grey suit and black trousers as he arrived in style 

Geordie Shore take Rotterdam! Nathan Henry, Chloe and Gary all posed on the carpet together 

She looked full of energy as she presented red carpet coverage with co-host Sway while singer Anne Marie provided some early entertainment for the fans lining the carpet. 

Looking surprisingly demure meanwhile, Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby arrived in a chic black keyhole number with gold heels, while fellow reality star Charlotte Dawson wore a dramatic nude gown with black embroidery. 

Chloe Ferry ensured she made her mark in black underwear with a glittering embroidered sheer overlay and posed for snaps with co-stars Nathan Henry and Gary Barlow. 

There were even more daring choices though, with the more flamboyant fashion led by Spanish reality show star Elettra Lamborghini with a sheer bodysuit decorated with black squares.

Host with the most: The show's presenter Bebe Rexha ensured she cut a glamorous figure in a stunning dress, slit to the thigh

Ready to rumble! Laura joined Sway to present the red carpet coverage on the big night 

Purple patch: Laura Whitmore was a glamorous early addition to the carpet in a long sleeved plum-coloured mini-dress and chunky heels 

Green goddess: Deepika Padukone showed off her slim legs in a green satin split skirt and shimmering bra top 

Tallia Storm looked colourful in a sheer top embroidered with flowers, teamed with a purple mini skirt and striking over-the-knee pale blue boots. 

Joe Jonas's new band DNCE looked relaxed ahead of their performance at the bash- the former Disney star arrived with bandmates Jack Lawless, JinJoo Lee and Cole Whittle - the latter sporting a pair of white boots over a patterned black suit. 

The show will see punk rockers Green Day recognised for their contribution to music over the past two decades at this year's MTV Europe Music Awards.

These boots are made for waking: Tallia Storm cut a striking sight in baby blue over-the knee boots 

Cheery: The Scottish teenager looked like she was looking forward to the bash 

Colourful: Tallia wore a sheer top embroidered with flowers and a pretty frilled purple mini skirt 

The American band receive the Global Icon Award at the Rotterdam ceremony. 

Along with Green Day, a host of other awards will be handed out with Beyonce and Justin Bieber leading the way with the most nominations.

Lemonade star Beyonce and Love Yourself singer Bieber have been shortlisted for five awards each, with Adele close behind on four nominations. 

Rocking out: Nominated band Kings Of Leon Matthew, Nathan, Caleb and Jared  Followill in pastel colours 

Anarchy in Rotterdam: Green Day's Tre Cool climbed some scaffolding while Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt watched 

Back to black: The veteran American punk band all wore coordinating black ensembles 

Prestige: Green Day were on hand to accept the accolade for the Global Icon award 

Man power: Tinie Tempah looked eclectic with a checked suit, while Jaden Smith sported a white jacket and jeans and Afrojack wore purple 

European trip: Jaden Smith sported a denim jacket over a T-shirt for the event which saw him present an award 

Also up for multiple wins are Rihanna, Drake, Kanye West, Ariana Grande and The Weeknd who are listed in three categories each. 

Beyonce is up for best US act, best video for Formation, best female, best live act and biggest fans, while Bieber has been named for best Canadian act, best song with Sorry, best male, best pop, and goes up against Beyonce in the biggest fans category.

Adele was set to give both nominee pack leaders a run for their money as she battles Bieber for best song with her track Hello, and Beyonce for best female and best live act.

Staying calm: Joe Jonas's latest band DNCE arrived with bandmates Jack Lawless, JinJoo Lee and Cole Whittle with the latter sporting a pair of white boots over a patterned black suit

Selfie time: Former boyband favourite Joe Jonas happily mingled with fans, taking selfies and signing autographs

Billowing: Model Stefanie Giesinger sported a draped cream gown over a revealing black bodysuit

Get into the groove: Singer Anne Marie entertained the crowds on the carpet sporting a skimpy netted top over a black bra

Selfie time! DJ Martin Garrix ensured he has a memento of his red carpet appearance 

They're a hit: Denmark's popular band  Lukas Graham ahead of their performance at the show 

In the best UK and Ireland act category, Adele faces competition from Coldplay, Little Mix, Years & Years and ex-One Direction star Zayn.

The 23rd EMAs will include performances from American rock group Kings of Leon and singer-songwriter Bruno Mars, Swedish star Zara Larsson as well as Green Day.

Presenters include Jaden Smith, Jourdan Dunn, Winnie Harlow, Nina Dobrev, Charli XCX, Tinie Tempah and Idris Elba. 

Hot mesh: German footballer Mario Gotze arrived with wife Ann-Kathrin Brömmel who arrived in a rather revealing chain mail number and mini skirt 

Sheer daring: Elettra Lamborghini led the rather eclectic looks at the show, with a sheer bodysuit decorated with black squares 

Back to reality: Stars of the Spanish reality show Super Shore cut a rather striking mix on the red carpet 

An eclectic bunch: MTV IT Girls (l-r) Eleanor Calder, Monica Gauze, Sandra Lambeck, Betty Autier and Sonya Esman were early arrivals on the Rotterdam carpet

Getting their glad rags on: Influencer Kenz sported a rather eclectic baby pink dress while Monica Geuze sported black and pink and Emma Bale wore silky white 

On Green Day's prize, Bruce Gilmer, executive vice president of talent and music at Viacom - MTV's parent company - said: 'Green Day is, without question, one of the world's most influential rock bands.

'For over two decades, they've introduced new generations of fans from around the globe to their impassioned lyrics and raw musical power.'

Past recipients of the prestigious gong include Eminem, Queen, Bon Jovi, and Ozzy Osbourne.


 Best Video 

The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk – Starboy

 Best Song 

Justin Bieber – Sorry

 Best Female 

Lady Gaga

 Best Male 

Shawn Mendes

 Best Live  

Twenty One Pilots

 Best New

Zara Larsson

 Best Pop 

Fifth Harmony 

Best UK and Ireland Act 

Little Mix 

 Worldwide Act 

Troye Sivan - Australia

Shawn Mendes – Canada

Maluma – Columbia

GOT7 – Korea

Wizkid - Nigeria Zara Larsson – Sweden 

 Best Rock


Best Alternative 

Twenty One Pilots

 Best Hip Hop


Best Electronic

Martin Garrix

 Best Push  


Best World Stage 

Martin Garrix – Isle of MTV, Malta (2015) 

Biggest Fans

Justin Bieber 

Best Look

Lady Gaga

Icon Award

Green Day 




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