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The Modern Family actress opts for (yep, you guessed it) a modern silhouette, donning a two-piece coral-and-white Christian Siriano number and a pretty topknot.
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Yes, the sheer waist panels and belt of Givenchy dress echo one very famous wedding gown but the jeweled neckline, pleated skirt and scarlet hue make it all Claire’s own.
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She says her Giambattista Valli dress looks like cake, feels like sweatpants, so we can safely say she loves it. How do you feel about this ombré tiered ensemble?
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The House of Cards star loooves to wear white J. Mendel on the red carpet. Are you loving her sleek streak?
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From the front, the Masters of Sex nominee’s gown was all edgy drama thanks to the halter and ab-baring cutouts. From the back, it was retro Hollywood glam, thanks to the flowing white train and her elegant updo.
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Designer Zac Posen called custom design “effortless and vibrant” and we couldn’t agree more – the supermodel dazzled from every angle in the camellia-colored and caped gown.
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We counted at least 13 red dresses at the Emmys red carpet, but none quite so dramatic (or crowd-parting) as January’s Prabal Gurung. And true to her tradition of adding a little edge to her red carpet gowns, Jones finishes her look with piecey bangs, bright red lips and tough Christian Louboutin booties.
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Her cobalt custom Rubin Singer certainly made a statement from every angle – just as she intended.
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Maybe the Orange Is the New Black star doesn’t want to grow up? Because something about this green, sculpted Gustavo Cadile gown that Laura Prepon is wearing reminds us of Peter Pan.
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Laverne Cox nails the perfect balance of sexy (hello, cleavage!) and classy in this ethereal, custom Marc Bouwer number. She loved the dress so much that she cried at both fittings!