1. Brie Larson

 

Wearing Jasion Wu, Brie stunned us in a floor length white dress. Otherwise a pretty simple style, it was the asymmetrical neckline and thigh high split that made this look, taking it from chic and simple to sultry and oh-so stylish.

 

  1. Maggie Siff

Another neckline that wowed was that worn my Maggie Siff. In Zac Posen, we adore the dramatic structure of the neckline, which is complimented by the pleating from the hip of the skirt on one side. This dress uses structure playfully, and it really works.

 

  1. Taraji P. Henson

 

We couldn’t get enough of Taraji’s daring look. It was that sheer and beaded top and cinched in waist that did it for us. Taraji balanced out the look with a full skirt, keeping things sultry but classic and feminine

 

  1. Emma Stone

 

Taking this floral number up a notch, Emma shows that edgy and racy can be combined with pretty and chic, creating balance and that all important wow factor. Emma’s Alexander McQueen dress uses on trend velvet combined with peekaboo lace which truly brings this look to life. We love a bit of lace and velvet. Emma we salute you for this look.

 

  1. Kerry Washington

 

Kerry proves that white lace shouldn’t be reserved for brides, as she wows in this Roberto Carvalli gown. The sheer panels and hip hugging cut takes this dress from pretty to edgy. Teamed with a black eye look and this is a style match made in heaven.



  1. Kate Hudson

 

Kate chose a sheer cut-out black Dior number for the awards, and we have to say this style risk paid off. With her underwear peeping through the sheer skirt, we love Kate’s bold look. With a slight bondage feel to the cut-out panels across the bust and waist, Kate didn’t hold back with this look, teaming her dress with a vampy red lip.

 




 

  1. Brie Larson

 

Wearing Jasion Wu, Brie stunned us in a floor length white dress. Otherwise a pretty simple style, it was the asymmetrical neckline and thigh high split that made this look, taking it from chic and simple to sultry and oh-so stylish.

 

  1. Maggie Siff

Another neckline that wowed was that worn my Maggie Siff. In Zac Posen, we adore the dramatic structure of the neckline, which is complimented by the pleating from the hip of the skirt on one side. This dress uses structure playfully, and it really works.

 

  1. Taraji P. Henson

 

We couldn’t get enough of Taraji’s daring look. It was that sheer and beaded top and cinched in waist that did it for us. Taraji balanced out the look with a full skirt, keeping things sultry but classic and feminine

 

  1. Emma Stone

 

Taking this floral number up a notch, Emma shows that edgy and racy can be combined with pretty and chic, creating balance and that all important wow factor. Emma’s Alexander McQueen dress uses on trend velvet combined with peekaboo lace which truly brings this look to life. We love a bit of lace and velvet. Emma we salute you for this look.

 

  1. Kerry Washington

 

Kerry proves that white lace shouldn’t be reserved for brides, as she wows in this Roberto Carvalli gown. The sheer panels and hip hugging cut takes this dress from pretty to edgy. Teamed with a black eye look and this is a style match made in heaven.



  1. Kate Hudson

 

Kate chose a sheer cut-out black Dior number for the awards, and we have to say this style risk paid off. With her underwear peeping through the sheer skirt, we love Kate’s bold look. With a slight bondage feel to the cut-out panels across the bust and waist, Kate didn’t hold back with this look, teaming her dress with a vampy red lip.