Take a look at our favorite celebrities that shined brighter than all the others on the red carpet.


Rooney Mara in Givenchy

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The actress, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actress, always looks her best while wearing a Givenchy creation. I still remember quite vividly the white gown she wore back in 2012 for her first red carpet. The cream dress paired with Rooney’s fair skin is so beautiful that it makes me want to hide from the sun forever.


Daisy Ridley in Chanel Couture

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Everything about this look screams Chanel; from the magnificient beaded work on the dress to the subtle additions of tulle at the waist and end of the dress. It is a classic and classy Hollywood outfit that fits perfectly in place on the biggest red carpet event of the year.


Olivia Munn in Stella McCartney

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Olivia Munn is proof that simplicity is always the best choice when you have to attend an important event. This poppy red gown emphasizes the delicate frame of the actress while bringing all our attention to her simple and warm beauty look.


Naomi Watts in Armani Privé

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Only Naomi Watts could make me like a glittery sleeveless dress that would have turned any other actress into a wannabe mermaid. Her wavy lob and statement Bvlgari necklace  complete her look with just the right amount of class.


Olivia Wilde in Valentino

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Olivia Wilde turned this very risqué Valentino gown into one of the most talk about outfits of the night, landing her on many best-dressed lists. Her choice of trendy accessories—hello beautiful choker—and casual hairdo toned down the overall super sexy aspect of the dress.


See last night’s best beauty looks.


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Marie-Ève Venne
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Marie-Ève is a little person who still secretly wishes she were one of the Olsens twins. You can catch her running from event to event, a coffee bigger than her face in one hand and her cell phone glued to the other. At Dress To Kill, she is the one writing about the newest musician you need to discover and that trendy boutique that just opened.

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