PHOTOS: Michelle Rocks Balenciaga, Elle Fanning Dons Couture
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards saw celebs break out some fabulous duds as they walked the seriously star-studded red carpet. This awards season has us obsessing over Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis and Michelle Williams ad nauseum, but we’re also loving seasoned vets like Julianne Moore and fresh faces like Emma Stone and Elle Fanning.
Check out our slideshow below, and tell us who looked rad and who looked bad!
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Natalie once again covered her
burgeoning belly, this time with a one-strap white Gianfranco Ferré column dress with black bodice detailing. Her Stella McCartney heels were hidden under her long gown, but her textured black Dior clutch and Fred Leighton baubles were on display.
Emma glittered in a metallic
Balenciaga number that gathered at the waist and had a gold chain neckpiece. She accessorized with a large gold Bulgari ring, and like Natalie, her shoes were concealed under her dress (they were Ferragamo, in case you were curious). She's also still doing the blonde thing as a result of filming Spider-Man.
Mila bucked the gown trend and opted for a black
Nina Ricci minidress instead. The tiered strapless frock was cinched at the waist with a black ribbon and paired with Giuseppe Zanotti heels (that appropriately recalled ballet slippers), a black Alexander McQueen clutch and jewelry by Ofira.
Michelle — like Emma — wore
Balenciaga. Her ladylike ivory dress was embellished with scalloped edges and silver embroidery. She chose champagne-colored satin Ferragamo pumps and a vintage (or at least, vintage-looking) Fred Leighton bracelet to match. Oh, and obviously she had flawless hair and makeup.
Elle continued to be the
most stylish 12-year-old in the world, donning Valentino couture last night. Like, actual couture! The super intricate long-sleeved number had flower detailing on the bodice, as well as beading on the skirt. She also wore ladylike beige Valentino heels with a gold chain ankle strap.
Julianne looked casually chic in a black
Roland Mouret dress with a plunging neckline and front tie. She accessorized with elaborate (seriously, look at those!) Nicholas Kirkwood peep toes and some major neck and finger bling.