The Night's Most Stunning Looks
Two of BFFs – Lorde and – forgo the traditional gown for pants instead. We’re particularly fond of Emma’s pick, a silver sequin bustier paired with bow-bedecked trousers (all custom Lanvin), jewels by Lorraine Schwartz and Ofira and pointy-toe Christian Louboutin heels.
“It’s so beautiful! I feel very lucky to be wearing it,” the star says of her custom Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci gown, which features gorgeous ombr sequins and feathers at the hem. Chopard jewels add even more sparkle to the look.
As of three days ago, she had no idea what she was going to wear – but we’d say all the suspense was worth it. Her pleated, plunging bronze Atelier Versace gown and Piaget diamonds (which, she points out, are “actually a watch!”) are perfectly offset by some (suddenly longer!) bombshell waves.
Sure, it’s simple. But it’s also simply stunning. The for Wild dazzles in a Calvin Klein Collection gown in one of the night’s biggest trends, silver, plus equally blinding jewels (nearly $1.5 million in Tiffany & Co. diamonds!).
We asked for Michael Kors with cutouts, she delivers Michael Kors with cutouts. And in a shade she admits is very brave – “mainly because I’m clumsy and I have a baby who could spill stuff on it. But we’re all right, we survived!” she says. Pretty crown braids and glam Lorraine Schwartz jewels add the perfect finishing touches.
“It’s all glamorous and fun,” Adams says of her old-Hollywood throwback look, consisting of a draped powder-blue Atelier Versace dress, which she wears with her signature bombshell waves and delicate Tiffany & Co. diamonds.
“There was only one choice – it was easy, there’s no pressure this year,” says of her yellow Gucci gown, which she pairs with her go-to Bulgari necklace. Pressure or not, we can see why this perfectly fitted stunner was an easy choice.
In case you’d somehow forgotten her rockin’ bod moment at the Oscars, would like to remind you in a similarly plunging white Atelier Versace number with sheer, silver-laced panels down the side. A white Jimmy Choo clutch and Forevermark diamonds are elegant accents.
“The pressure’s off! This year it’s fun to be on the other side of things and pass the baton,” says last year’s standout style star – though she sure doesn’t look like she took it easy tonight, wearing a floral ombr Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown with 3-D detailing at the bust, and sweet amethyst details (including Chopard jewels and a Judith Leiber clutch) to go with.
She plays Cinderella in Into the Woods, so you can’t blame her for extending her princess moment just a little longer in this blush tulle Monique Lhuillier gown with ruby beading, plus actual rubies courtesy of Fred Leighton.
Never before has “Dior Haute Couture” been so beautifully pronounced on the red carpet preshow! The brilliant (and fluent in French) Mrs. George Clooney opts for a classically glamorous look (right down to the Harry Winston jewels and white opera gloves – her own!) for her official red carpet debut.
Though this sparkling red Armani Privé has “Allison Williams” written all over it, the star confesses to having a specific reason for picking it (aside from the fact it looks made for her): “After Peter Pan I felt like looking like a real girl!” she says. Cartier jewels and sculpted waves complete the look.
“She came home with this the other day and I was like, Ugh!” longtime love Joshua Jackson jokes of the huge Marina B. diamond ring (which has major engagement vibes!) the actress wears with her silvery Emilia Wickstead dress and Kwiat earrings.
Once you get past that major ponytail, you’ll notice perfectly fitted aubergine Marchesa gown is pretty fabulous on her.
Surprising, well, all of us, yellow strapless gowns were a hot commodity on the Globes red carpet. But Jenna stands out in her romantic ruffled Carolina Herrera number, which she makes look absolutely effortless thanks to her metallic Jimmy Choo clutch, fresh makeup and beachy waves. (A little more intense? The $5 million in Lorraine Schwartz jewels she’s sporting!)
There were a lot of supermodels accompanying their singer/actor beaus (Chrissy! Camila!) but in her shimmering KaufmanFranco gown with strategic illusion panels plus one sexy ’60s-inspired updo Mrs. takes our “best arm candy” vote.
Is silver one of the 50 shades of gray? If so, we totally get why the actress picks this right on-trend sparkly strapless number, worn with matching mirrored Jimmy Choo heels and a Rauwolf clutch.
If you needed any proof that the “best supporting actress in a series, mini-series or movie” winner was excited to ditch her downstairs Downton duds, we’d say her elaborately embroidered Marchesa gown, dazzling Casato earrings, pretty milkmaid braids and giant grin should do the trick.
Orange Is the New Black’s breakout style star chooses a striking Randi Rahm gown with red and silver beading, plus Kimberly McDonald jewels, slicked-back hair and deep wine lips.
loves her Zac Posen dress (worn with Neil Lane jewels and Stuart Weitzman heels) because it “sucks you right in,” but we’re fine liking it just because it’s classic, flattering and possibly a personal best for her.