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Delicate diamonds circled the necks of (in Tiffany & Co.), (wearing Chopard) and (in Fred Leighton for Forevermark).
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ICY WHITE GOWNS
On a night when many stars opted for color, caped Tom Ford gown, ‘s futuristic Givenchy Haute Couture and Milla Jovovich’s beaded Elie Saab provided a cool contrast on the red carpet.
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Whether classic, like ; ultra-sexy, like ; or demure, like Shailene Woodley’s, the sleek, oversize bun was a show staple.
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RED BALL GOWNS
Glamorous scarlet was seen on stars from Janet McTeer to Michelle Williams, but , and Colin Firth’s wife, Livia Giuggioli, were standouts in their full-skirted, Old Hollywood-style red numbers.
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SEXY, UNDONE WAVES
Though their gowns brought the glamour, , Kristen Wiig and Stacy Keibler kept their locks more low-key, wearing loose bedhead-esque curls on the carpet.
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DEEP MAROON NAILS
Octavia Spencer, Melissa McCarthy and ditched standard-issue nude polish for a more dramatic look: deep, dark red worn on close-cropped oval talons.
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, Ellie Kemper and Rose Byrne wore heavy, eyebrow-skimming fringe with sleek bobs or buns to complement their chic gowns.
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Giving sexy a new silhouette, Stacy Keibler (in Marchesa), Missi Pyle (in a teal mermaid gown) and Kate Mara (in Jack Guisso Couture) all selected gowns that featured a sweetheart neckline with a saucy, single-shoulder accent.
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, and Leslie Mann kept things sleek and simple with long, straight ponies – perhaps so as not to compete with their eye-catching gowns.
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Rose Byrne (wearing Vivienne Westwood), Anna Faris (in Diane Von Furstenberg) and Melissa Leo opted for high drama in slim silhouettes – each choosing heavily sequined columns in the dark hue.