This year it was all about sequins and colour galore. Look on and be inspired:
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
Sequins are the applique du jour. Not only do they add a dash of glam to every outfit but they also channel the over-the-top craziness of the Dynasty days a.k.a. the '80's. Although some of these gowns have some old school, vintage inspiration they were each modernized for a 2011 feel. Amber Riley let her dress do the singing this time in her one-shouldered silver sequin gown. With a mermaid fit on the bottom half of the dress the look brings out her inner diva. Olivia Wilde looked like a modern day princess in this gor-juss Marchesa ball gown. The ombre sequin design stood out against the black tulle and the colour enhanced her sun kissed glow. Anne Hathaway really stepped it up in this Giorgio Armani Prive gold disc gown. The open back and exaggerated shoulders really made her shine and solidified her fashionista status. Well done, Rachel Zoe!
Luck be a Lady
These actresses had everyone green with envy in their emerald gowns that are simply to die for. I love jewel tones and in the colour that is the perfect contrast to the red carpet, these stars stood out in the colour of the night. Mila Kunis dazzled in this jade one-shouldered, ruffled, pleated Vera Wang gown. The colour lit up the red carpet and brought her green eyes. Broadway veteran and Oscar winner, Catherine Zeta-Jones chose a forest green Monique Lhuillier gown that spoke volumes in its layers, ruffles and texture. This dress is reminiscent of an enchanted fairy queen who rules the forest, only this time Catherine ruled the red carpet. Nominee Angelina Jolie looked stunning in this green sparkly Versace gown. The strong shoulders and cinched waist perfectly suited the star making her look like a modern-day Aphrodite.
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