The best looks from the 2013 Critics' Choice Movie Awards
From basic black to galaxy-inspired, we saw a little bit of everything last night.
Last night’s Critic’s Choice Awards was filled with a bevy of beautiful dresses on the red carpet, but these dresses were our faves from the evening. These ladies turned heads with their chic, flawless looks. Here’s our favorites.
The Silver Linings Playbook’s Jennifer Lawrence turned heads in this glam black silk gown with leather accents by designer Prabal Gurung.
Actress Emmy Rossum, was flirty and feminine in this ethereal chiffon gown by Carolina Herrera. The starry print of the dress is definitely unique, yet she totally pulls it off.
Meanwhile, Naomi Watts proves that there’s nothing sexier than the little black dress, looking stunning in a chic number by Emilio Pucci. We love the triangular chiffon panel in the front.
Argo star Clea DuVall masters the art of the cut-out dress in a Tadashi Shoji design.
Trying something a little different, Amy Adams experimented with this Vionnet gown.
Rocking a look that was old Hollywood glamour was actress Emily Blunt, who kept it simple but totally chic in a white Miu Miu gown with sequin accents.
Bringing in a bit of color was Eva Longoria, who was one of the sexiest stars of the night in a rich berry-colored gown with a sexy back by Monique Lhuillier.
Tell us: What was your favorite look from last night?
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