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It’s appropriate that at the Bulgari party she’s hosting in West Hollywood, major necklace is the focal point of her look. She pairs the colorful collar with a strapless black Altuzarra dress boasting piping (and a color-blocked back) that coordinates with the gem.
It’s appropriate that, at the LoveGold event in L.A., the actress wears a lot of jewelry. But she doesn’t sport it on just her wrists, neck, fingers and ears; she selects a gem-printed House of Ronald dress with unexpected colorful bling on the shoulders and down the center of the back, too.
We’re really hoping someone busts out a jumpsuit for the Oscars, but for now we’re content to see the actress wear a navy Monique Lhuillier one with lace detailing to the LoveGold event in L.A.
In a cream-and-blush Bibhu Mohapatra dress with a peplum so subtle that we almost missed it and netted lace detailing, Olivia adds satin pumps and a bold lip for the Bulgari event in West Hollywood.
We don’t even know where to begin with this look! The side braid is perfection. Her skin is almost literally glowing. That eye makeup is gorgeous. And we have one word for the peach-and-navy off-the-shoulder Thakoongown, which highlights her bump at the NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena, Calif.: wow.
In a blue-green Frocktalk by Kristin Burke gown (almost the same color as her eyes) with a high slit, a V-neckline and floral detailing below the bustline and at the shoulders, attends the Costume Designers Guild Awards in Beverly Hills.
That was fast! The star swiped this black-and-white design featuring an asymmetrical skirt and draped top straight from Prabal Gurung’s fall 2014 runway for the premiere of Non-Stop in Westwood, Calif.
Warning: multiple exclamation points to follow. The supermodel and her mile-long legs kill it in a zebra-print (!), sequin (!), red-and-black (!) Saint Laurent mini with a black bow belt (!) at the Brit Awards in London.
Leave it to Rita to go from wearing a bridal-inspired gown to this in a span of 24 hours. The singer shows some skin in a slinky yellow Prada dress with jeweled straps and an open back – plus some majorly glam sideswept waves – at the Brit Awards in London.
Blowout. Spray tan. Spin class. We just booked all three after staring at the Sports Illustrated cover model in her blush keyhole-back gown, worn to the magazine’s 50 Years of Swim party in N.Y.C.
Sure the Sports Illustrated swimsuit star (also at the 50 Years of Swim party in N.Y.C.) keeps it covered up in the front, but she makes sure to show off her perfectly toned back in an olive-green design with fringe sleeves.
In case her engagement and wedding rings weren’t sparkly enough for you, Chrissy adds some extra dazzle to her look via a nude Phillip Armstrong mini with a sheer neck and scattered crystal embellishments at the Captain Morgan and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 50 Years of Swim party in N.Y.C.
The brisk N.Y.C. weather doesn’t stop the model from baring almost all in a slinky metallic mini – featuring a daring open back – at Sports Illustrated magazine’s 50 Years of Swim party.
Jumpsuits aren’t going anywhere. And the whole sheer thing certainly isn’t going anywhere. The British singer takes advantage of both trends in a spaghetti-strap Matthew Williamson onesie with star-adorned see-through panels at the neckline and down the sides, seen at the Elle Style Awards in London.
It’s a major night at the BAFTAs for Helen ( is presenting her with an award), so she wears a major dress: an embellished black gown with sheer sleeves and décolletage, beading on the bodice and a tulle-heavy skirt.
In a black column gown with a sheer neckline and that signature collar the designer loves so much, the adds a deep-red lip and a sleek low bun for the red carpet.
How do you guarantee that, at an event with Angelina, Brad and a Prince, you still stand out? Oh you know, by wearing a hot-pink-and-orange Vivienne Westwood Couture gown with a full skirt, plus highlighter-pink feathers sticking straight out of your head.
Even those fed up with the cutout trend have to admit this subtle way of sporting it – seen on the actress’s formfitting navy gown with two slashes and beading at the shoulders for the Cesar Chavez premiere in Berlin – is pretty lovely.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Olivia is capable of pulling of colors and prints the rest of us should probably avoid. She turns heads in a strapless patterned orange-and-cream Carolina Herrera gown at the RoboCop premiere in Hollywood.
Believe it or not, this Maison Martin Margiela design first hit the catwalk as a coat! But leave it up to the fashion-forward to turn the sequin stunner into a midi dress for the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Abbie brings some color to the red carpet of the RoboCop London premiere with an allover-beaded orange Elie Saab gown featuring an open back.
Does anyone else feel like Camilla’s Christian Dior tunic belongs hanging in a museum as opposed to on a red carpet? She picks a painting-esque sleeveless top and wide-leg pants to make a statement at the Hollywood premiere of Caveman.
The Modern Family actress goes for a structured maroon sweetheart Zac Posen dress with major ruffles at the hips, plus ankle-strap Jimmy Choos, at the premiere of Vampire Academy in L.A.
The actress’s black fit-and-flare AQ/AQ mini – worn with strappy Jimmy Choo heels at the Vampire Academy premiere in London – is giving us some serious Valentine’s Day outfit inspiration. For our feelings on her hair, click here.
Here’s a textbook case of a dress that’s better from the back. The actress’s olive green design (worn to a Net-a-Porter event in Hollywood, Calif.) isn’t that interesting from the front (in fact, it’s a little strange). But when she turns around, things get way more exciting.
After sharing a topless photo on her Instagram, the swimsuit model hits the carpet in a sparkly gold Johanna Johnson gown with a deep sweetheart neckline and accessorizes with a curly do featuring an accent braid.
“It’s musical for music’s biggest night,” said of her straight-off-the-runway Valentino Haute Couture tulle gown, adorned with music notes on the skirt.
“I feel like a princess,” said of her red strapless Johanna Johnson dress. Fun fact: The singer said she’s never worn the color red on the carpet before.
After dominating the stage, the set out to take over the red carpet in this sexy, white long-sleeve Michael Costello gown with strategically placed sheer inserts and a plunging back.
Leading the pack of ladies dressed in gold, steps out in a Gucci Première gold lamé short sleeve gown with a crystal mesh overlay and gemstone detail. “I love it. I’m so happy I get to wear it,” she said of the design.
“I feel like I’m floating,” the best new artist nominee said of her Armani Privé gown. The nude tulle confection features lace tiers decorated with gold and silver Swarovski crystals.
“I feel very comfortable,” the pregnant singer said of her skintight sparkly Emilio Pucci gown.
The double nominee chooses a one-shoulder red Ezra Santos design with a sheer panel across the chest and floral embellishments.
Speaking of blurred lines … Paula wears a sheer Nicolas Jebran Haute Couture zebra-print gown with two lions at the collarbone.
The looks more rock star than country queen in her low-cut leather mini featuring a chain-embellished neckline. She completes her look with a deep bordeaux pout at the will.i.am TRANS4M benefit concert in Hollywood.
In case that dazzling black-silver-and-gold mini isn’t enough to get your attention, the actress’s toned legs and red pout should do the trick. She pairs the look with basic black pumps and a half curly, half sleek updo at Delta’s pre-Grammy party in West Hollywood.
gets colorful on the red carpet in a royal-purple-and-red strapless Roksanda Ilincic dress and shimmery lilac platform Charlotte Olympia heels at the Miami premiere of Rio 2.