Well, more like blue carpet
As we leave behind 2019 and the remnants of its red-carpet fashion trends, this year’s Critics’ Choice Awards sure does seem like an event that embodies the essence of glamour and pizzazz. From Sexy to DROP. DEAD. GORGEOUS, here are 20 of the most zesty ensembles that are sure to leave you gaping for more.
1. Billy Porter
We absolutely cannot go through with this line-up without mentioning Billy Porter’s two-tone teal Hogan McLaughlin pantsuit. The star’s shoulders and arms were also adorned with an expanse of temporary butterfly body art to represent the transgender community.
Zendaya’s hot pink Tom Ford number was almost like an amalgamation of a warrior goddess and something straight outta the future. (BTW that bustier was moulded to fit her body and hers alone).
3. Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway is an embodiment of our tweaked catchphrase ‘All that glitters is, in fact, gold’. She opted for an angelic gold floor length gown with a plunging neckline and billowing sleeves.
4. Greta Gerwig
She takes this deep jade velvet blazer-trouser combo and turns it into the power suit we never knew we needed.
5. Saoirse Ronan
You can’t forget Saoirse Ronan if you’ve got Greta Gerwig. In a paradox to her slinky liquid-gold dress at the Golden Globes, she opted for a pink dress by Erdem. The dress played with textiles and a big ruffled hemline that oozed romanticism and charm.
6. Mandy Moore
You can never say no to a classic black ensemble. This Elie Saab jumpsuit accessorised with a jaw-dropping cape and a gold-chain belt definitely stole the show.
7. Olivia Wilde
A plunging neckline, a pleated skirt and big airy sleeves, Olivia Wilde wows in a fierce coral look by Valentino.
8. Milo Ventimiglia
He sure knows how to work a suit…even if it’s a camel-coloured silk tuxedo jacket.
9. Charlize Theron
You know you can count on Charlize to electrify any red carpet, with her metallic piece. This year’s choice at the Critics’ Choice Awards, was no surprise as she donned a sequined plunge dress from Celine and paired it with a matching black blazer.
10. Cynthia Erivo
One thing’s for certain. She ain’t here to blend in. Cynthia’s Erivo’s Fendi Couture mosaic printed gown is sure to put you in a trance. She paired it with oversized puffy sleeves and a long train to complete the look.
11. Andrew Scott
Who knew you could make a crimson red double-breasted suit and a satin fuchsia shirt look good…well it certainly looks like Andrew Scott got the memo.
12. Kate Beckinsale
Kate wows in a semi-sheer Julian x Gabriela off-the-shoulder dress with a long dramatic ruched train.
13. Joey King
A sliver-metallic crinkled dress by Prada was just the ticket after Joey King’s OTT hypnotic look at the Golden Globes.
14. Renée Zellweger
If you’re looking for the Little Black Dress then look towards Renée Zellweger in Dior Haute Couture. This dress perfectly mirrored Audrey Hepburn’s classic look from Breakfast at Tiffany’s and WE LIVE FOR IT.
Mustard is the new black? First Zoey Deutch’s yellow Fendi jumpsuit at the Golden Globes and now Awkwafina’s gorgeous Elie Saab dress at the Critic’s Choice Awards. I spy a new trend coming on this year.
16. Kristen Bell
She sure knows how to take a lime green satin dress and make it look good. Makes us feel like we can all pull it off too.
17. Laura Dern
Sometimes the simplest of looks are the hardest to pull off and clearly Laura Dern has got it in the bag with this subtle orange number.
18. Jennifer Lopez
Steering away from usual western labels in place of a Lebanese designer, JLo graced the carpet in Georges Hobeika. She opted for a cream fitted, backless dress and was bejewelled in a frenzy of Harry Winston diamonds.
19. Florence Pugh
Florence Pugh’s Prada dress was practically dripping with silver rhinestones, including the straps which were adorned with embellishments (this just might be our new favourite trend).
20. Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman opted for a black Armani Privé dress with a black velvet bodice and a mesh skirt that covered a shimmering lavender layer underneath.
So there you have it, the best dressed at the Critics Choice Awards. If only we could be as ballsy as these celebs… oh well!
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