Does "look" here mean "a person's appearance"?

Edit: Ok. I found that "Look of the Year" is a competition.

Teen models, powerful men and private dinners: when Trump hosted Look of the Year In the early 90s, Donald Trump judged the world’s biggest modelling competition - since hit by allegations of abuse. This is how the people who were there remember it

Source: The Guardian

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The meaning is "appearance", in a sense related to the fashion industry:

Merriam Webster "look"

(noun) c : a combination of design features giving a unified appearance
a new look in women's fashions

American Heritage Dictionary "look"

(noun) c. A distinctive, unified manner of dress or fashion:
the preferred look for this fall.

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