Does the star’s long-sleeve gown (worn with a center-parted low bun and geometric golden Neil Lane danglers) seem surprisingly demure for a music awards show? The formfitting cut and plunging back will eliminate that impression pretty quickly.
Her song may be called “Booty,” but is all about the front view in her crisscross, abs-baring pink Reem Acra halter dress, which she sets off with slicked-back hair, sparkling Louboutins and her signature golden glow.
KHLOé KARDASHIAN, KENDALL & KYLIE JENNER
Blonde, brunette and blue: Each sister brings her own hair statement to the red carpet – as well as the requisite slinky dress (Kendall’s is Yigal Azrouël), smoky eye and memorable gold jewelry, of course.
“I felt like going for a pop, did my slick thing and I’m feeling pretty aggressive,” the says of her Zuhair Murad orange-and-pink head turner, which she teams with a wet-look bob and sparkling Meira T rings. And if you think the front is plunging, just wait until you see the back.
Nicki always keeps us guessing, but we’re never more surprised than when she turns up in something sweet and (relatively) subtle – like tonight’s full-skirted cutout dress with silver and red accents at the hip and neck.
Gowns like bombshell two-piece black ensemble, wrapped all over with strips of pink sequins, are why we’re glad Style 360º exists. (That goes double for her pink, blue and Lucite stacked heels.)
We normally expect the singer to show up in something super-Fergalicious – which means her restrained, classic and gold-accented Halston Heritage halter was almost even more shocking.
In her plunging, bod-baring white KaufmanFranco gown and serpentine silver Bulgari choker, could be mistaken for one of the night’s performers – but that bouncy pony is 100 percent Beckinsale.
How do you add edge to a sweet-as-sugar black-and-white Vionnet minidress? Taylor does it with a few black ear cuffs, a side-swept hairdo and a sexy red Brian Atwood heel.
Dianna channels her rocker-chick side in a one-shoulder ruched black Marchesa dress, messy updo and bold cuff – a far cry from the picture-perfect housewife she played in nominee Sam Smith’s music video for “I’m Not the Only One.”
Black dress (hers is Vera Wang Collection)? Check. Blonde tips? Check. Wine lips? Check. Clearly, Lucy got the memo about the biggest trends of the night – and put her own spin on all of them.
The British style star never does a red carpet halfway, and tonight was no exception: She stopped traffic (on the red carpet, anyway) in her structured, canary-yellow Zac Posen with a full train, plus a quirky topknot and nude lip.
The star goes golden (both in her bronzed skin and glittering Lanvin dress), then adds a few fun accents (like an eagle-accented belt and wine lips) to finish the look.
She spent all of Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 in a gray jumpsuit, so we can’t blame Effie Trinkett’s offscreen alter ego for going wild with print and color (from head to toe, thanks to her Nicholas Kirkwood heels) on the red carpet.
If there’s a Diana Ross biopic in the works, we’re guessing just shot to the top of the casting list after hitting the red carpet in this plunging bronze sequin Halston Heritage dress, worn with voluminous curls and a glossy lip. (And in fact, Sparks got to meet with her idol-slash-doppelgänger on the red carpet before the show!)
There’s a lot to look at in the actress’s ensemble – that gold lamé! The twisted bikini top! The wild curls! – but it’s her insane abs that steal the spotlight. To what does she credit her toned tummy? “I’m thankfully 18 with fast metabolism,” the star says.
The trades bodacious bridal white for a sexy black gown that shows off her curves from the front and even more from the back, thanks to a bold, beaded cutout.