goes from a fairly feminine lace Dior Haute Couture to this super-streamlined two-piece Alexander Wang with “barbell piercing detail” in the slit, plus a slender Anita Ko diamond choker and Christian Louboutin sandals, at the Vanity Fair afterparty.
is here to make an entrance in her cut-to-there, slit-to-here Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture gown, Giuseppe Zanotti Design sandals, Jimmy Choo clutch and Lorraine Schwartz jewels (all in similarly shining gold shades).
trades her leather-bodice Atelier Versace in for an even sexier number by the brand, this one a fully beaded white halter with neon harness detailing that criss-crossed her back.
had five custom Brandon Maxwell looks to choose from: She wore one on the carpet, one to perform and this one to the Vanity Fair afterparty (so we’re assuming the other two are for the In-n-Out trip and to sleep in when she gets home? We certainly wouldn’t blame her for sleeping in her $4.5 million of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds).
selects a silver Louis Vuitton column gown with grommet accents down the center, plus a Tod’s clutch, Jennifer Fisher ring and Jimmy Choo heels (going slinky for the sixth year in a row).
in a glittering baby pink Naeem Khan dress with a plunging halter neckline and open back (after changing out of her daring emerald August Getty Atelier gown). Silver Stuart Weitzman heels finish the look.
accents that Oscar-winning bump with a glitzy Naeem Khan caftan dress, Irene Neuwirth earrings and a mirrored Jimmy Choo clutch.
changes from her fashion-forward Elizabeth Kennedy gown with its mega train into a sleeker number by Mindy Project costume designer Salvador Perez, worn with Neil Lane jewelry and an Oroton clutch.
makes her official red carpet couple debut with Blake Shelton in a majorly revealing Yanina Couture floral gown, Jimmy Choo clutch, red Christian Louboutin heels and Norman Silverman diamonds (he was wearing jeans, of course).
wears a figure-flattering one-shoulder black Brandon Maxwell gown with sheer hose, black heels and (what else, dahling?) tons of diamonds, including that epic ring at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscars viewing party.
dares to bare just a bit in a sheer, beaded and fringe Reem Acra gown (worn with Sylva & Cie jewels and Jimmy Choo accessories), for which she apologized for her lack of a “Beyoncé butt.”
swaps her deep navy Marchesa ballgown for a white sweetheart-neckline column gown featuring subtle shimmer and gathering at the waist, plus lots of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds.
trades in her royal purple strapless gown – but keeps the color coming – in this pretty merlot Carolina Herrera halter gown and pewter clutch.
channels the ‘70s in a louche white jersey Roberto Cavalli gown and belt, worn with Brian Atwood platforms, a Jimmy Choo clutch and a hammered-gold David Webb statement necklace.
is all about the cleavage on Oscars night, first wearing a plunging white number, then changing into a deep raspberry Prabal Gurung halter and adding a Roger Vivier clutch and tons of Neil Lane diamonds via her chandelier earrings and bracelets.
changes out her very frothy pastel Oscars gown for one that’s basically the opposite of that by Atelier Versace, worn with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
swaps one sexy custom beaded maternity gown for another, this one fully sequined by Talbot Runhof and with a mini cape.
shows off her bronzed bod in a lamé Maria Lucia Hohan gown, Oroton clutch and Brian Atwood heels, topped off with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
changes from her sophisticated orange Stella McCartney into a super-sexy forest green J. Mendel with allover beading and matching Christian Louboutin heels.
pairs a gray Zuhair Murad gown with a high slit and beaded bodice with a Roger Vivier clutch and Piaget jewelry.
wears a gilded, lingerie-inspired Saint Laurent gown with major center slit, plus matching Stuart Weitzman heels.
wears a simple scarlet T-shirt dress with a small slit, plus an Alice + Olivia clutch, silver sandals and lots of Neil Lane jewels to the Elton John AIDS Foundation viewing party.
wears a super-structured strapless Pamella Roland dress with sparkling bodice and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
wears a pale lavender, body-skimming column gown with an exuberant floral neckline, then adds a glittery Jimmy Choo clutch and Norman Silverman diamonds for just a little extra sparkle.
selects a faux-wrap gown with allover sequin detailing and Neil Lane diamond drop earrings, plus a crystal-clasped clutch.
wears a vintage-inspired Jenny Packham one-shoulder lamé gown with H. Stern jewels and a Rauwolf clutch.
chooses a plunging ivory Miu Miu dress with tiny polka dots and a bow-tie bodice, then adds Jacob & Co. emeralds and a Christian Louboutin clutch.
wears a black gown with dueling front slits and printed sheer inserts everywhere else skin is exposed, then adds strappy heels, a Jimmy Choo clutch and David Yurman earrings.
appears to love herself in a beaded Elie Saab gown with a subtle mermaid hem, plus Randall Scott fine jewelry.
in a Ralph and Russn gown with fully embellished bodice and sweeping cape, plus Tiffany & Co. jewels.
wears a Michael Kors Collection gown with a high slit and disco-ball bodice, plus Sophia Webster heels (plus Bulgari jewels, which she auctioned off to raise money for Elton John’s AIDS Foundation).
shows off her model bod in Alexander Vauthier Haute Couture and sandals with a sparkling ankle strap.
in a Monique Lhuillier gown with a high neck (accented by a geometric Mikimoto pearl choker) and sheer skirt.
puts on the glitz in a plunging silver sequin Blumarine number and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
chooses a simple black long-sleeve column with slashes of lace inset, plus Paul Andrew heels.
picks a black Sachin & Babi Noir gown with gold-leaf print and an Edie Parker clutch for the Elton John AIDS Foundation viewing party.