Surprising no one, the supermodel wore an Atelier dress that certainly stood out, thanks to its ruffles, canary-yellow color and – oh yeah – lots and lots of skin on display. (The jewels are Lorraine Schwartz.)
Mad Men‘s youngest fashionista takes a big chance on pants, wearing a Dior Haute Couture “cut-off ballgown” with cigarette pants, black heels and Dana Rebecca Designs jewelry.
No one takes more risks on the red carpet than January, and this year’s structured, sweetheart-neckline fern-green Ulyana Sergeenko jumpsuit with Tiffany amp Co. jewels definitely qualifies.
While everyone else sweltered in the heat, we at least can guarantee Naomi was comfy in her Dior Haute Couture trapeze dress (which contrasting embroidery on the back), Bulgari diamonds and Jimmy Choo heels.
How bold did the star want to go on the carpet? So bold that her dress, an Armani Privé, hadn’t yet been seen on the runway. “They trusted me to wear it – and when they sent it to me, I said, ‘Done!'” she said. (Baccarat jewels completed the look.)
We love a print on the red carpet (and we especially love a girl who works a dress as well as Teyonah does), but did the star’s sugar-sweet Francesca Miranda polka-dot and ruffled dress hit the spot for you, or was it a miss?
The musician (and host Andy Samberg’s wife) did her usual quirky-cool thing in a Delpozo cocktail dress with a cape and chiffon underskirt, plus Butani chandelier diamonds.
The Homeland star takes the idea of a one-sleeved dress to the next level in her one sleeve gown with a half-attached ruffle.
The Game of Thrones star takes a page out of Rihanna’s playbook, teaming her pretty pink dress with some super-fuzzy heels.
Many celebs brought brights to the carpet, but none more so than Danielle, whose super-fun-to-swish-in multihue Christian Siriano dress made us smile.
Moody florals are in for fall, which means that Kathryn’s doubly on-trend with her multi-print Vivienne Westwood dress.