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04.18.2014
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Guess you had to be there. Though guests who packed Radio City Music Hall Tuesday night for the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards had a fine time, for those at home, the live show’s high-voltage, high-volume escapades didn’t translate. There was...

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"This is my ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ look," she explained. "I thought about wearing my JLo sweatsuit tonight to accept the award, but I wore it all day." She should have stuck to the sweats.

Meanwhile, Brittany Murphy took the whole Vogue association to the extreme, striking one pose then another, then another for the cameras.

"I’ve been doing this since I was two years old," she said. No one could stop her.

Then Klum and Banks reappeared after their onstage collision.

"I looked like a midget next to you Tyra, it’s not fair!" Klum complained.

But the statuette, redesigned and sprouting a pair of shapely legs, proved more provocative. Steven Tyler called it an S&M Barbie, while Hugh Grant announced that receiving one left him "semi-aroused."

The award’s designer, Vanessa Beecroft, claimed she fashioned the statuette after her yoga instructor, but for her part, Karolina Kurkova, who won the Model of the Year, took all the credit.

"They copied my legs for the award," she told anyone who would listen. "Spaghetti legs!"



WINNERS


Breakthrough Style Award:

Eve



Rockstyle Award:

Steven Tyler



Red Carpet Award:

Gwyneth Paltrow



Leading Man Award:

Hugh Grant



Newcomer Award:

Kieran Culkin



Model of the Year Award:

Karolina Kurkova



Designer of the Year Award:

Tom Ford



Revolutionary Designer Award:

Alexander McQueen



Visionary Video:

The White Stripes

"Fell in Love with a Girl"



Most Influential Artist:

Jennifer Lopez



Special Tribute:

Ralph Lauren
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