See every single red carpet snap from this year's Critics' Choice Awards...
Awards season is officially underway, with those stylish A-listers stepping out for the second time in a week, this time for the highly anticipated Critics’ Choice Awards, 2015.
Hitting the red carpet were the likes of Angelina Jolie (nominated for Best Director for war epic, Unbroken), Jennifer Aniston (up for Best Actress for her role in Cake), Reese Witherspoon (also nominated for Best Actress for Wild), and Brit beauty Felicity Jones (nominated for Best Actress in The Theory Of Everything), to name but a few.
As ever, the celebs didn’t disappoint in the style stakes, with Diane Kruger opting for a striking floral Naeem Khan gown, and Keira Knightley wowing in a floaty floral Delpozo creation.
Click through to see all the best pics of the night...
Diane Kurger stepped out in this stunning floral number from Naeem Khan, adding extra cool points to her look with a rose-tinted hair hue.
Keira Knightley got it oh-so-right for her second red carpet appearance this awards season, this time opting for a pretty powder blue floaty frock from Delpozo, complete with delicate embroidery on the neckline. Finishing her look, the mum-to-be added some beautiful Aurelie Bidermann jewellery.
Reese Witherspoon worked a custom made Lanvin gown for her turn on the red carpet. Nominated for Best Actress for her role in Wild, Reese went for a classic wavvy hair 'do to complement that bandeau frock, and finished the look with some Harry Winston diamonds. As you do.
Jessica Chastain never plays it safe when it comes to red carpet dressing, and as a result, regularly lands a top spot in our best dressed list. And this year's Critics' Choice awards is no different.
Julianne Moore gives us all a lesson in timeless red carpet dressing in this simply stunning Saint Laurent gown. Perfectly accessorized with some showstopping Fred Leighton jewels.
Emily Blunt is on a red carpet role, seen in so many beautiful gowns of late, it's hard to pick just one. This scarlett Emilio Pucci gown is might just take the top spot. Top marks for that Jimmy Choo clutch and shoe combo, too.
Felicity Jones went for a top-to-toe black look for her moment on the red carpet, and we couldn't be more pleased. Not only does this Dolce & Gabbana gown fit in all the right places, but those super-sexy sheer panels shows off Felicity's tiny waist, too.
Rosamun Pike opted for a daring high-neck gown from Valentino, and pulls it off perfectly. With white seemingly a top trend for red carpet dressing this season, we commend Rosamund for this bold choice.
Best Actor nominee and former Burberry model Eddie Redmayne looked suitably dapper in a Valentino tuxedo.
Amy Adams went all out, opting for a custom Max Mara gown, complete with Kurt geiger shoes, a Bottega Venetta clutch and Neil Lane jewellery.
Marion Cotillard was another fan of the white frock at this year's Critics' Choice Awards, opting for a Dior Haute Couture frock and Chopard jewellery. Hollywood elegance at it's very best, bravo.
Rosario Dawson went for the oh-so-sexy look of the moment; the thigh-split gown (as we would with those pins). Vivenne Westwood knocked up this creation, in a super-flattering navy hue, complete with one-shoulder strap.
Nominated for Best Director for war epic, Unbroken - Angelina Jolie was the eptiome of Hollywood glamour, wowing in a metallic Versace gown and ultra-glam bouncy blow dry.
Jared Leto stayed true to his signature style, working a mis-match bold blue tux for his red carpet moment.
Jessica Chastain poses with a Critics' Choice Award.
New mother Emily Blunt cosies up to husband and American Office star, John Krasinski on the red carpet.
Julianne Moore scooped Best Actress for her role in Still Alice.
Jenny Slate poses with her award for Best Actress In A Comedy For Obvious Child.
Michael Keaton looks thrilled to recieve his Best Comedy Actor award for his role in Birdman.
Amy Adams wowed with an on-trend ponytail hair 'do, completing the look with a bold lip hue and some ultra glam Neil Lane earrings.
Best Supporting Actress winner, Patricia Arquette kept her look classic, opting for a figure-flattering LBD.
Jamie Chung opted for a beautiful, ladylike-style sheer frock from Yanina Couture.
Gillian Flynn scooped the award from Best Adapted Screenplay for her novel, Gone Girl. Stepping out to accept the highly acclaimed award, Flynn worked a mid-length monochrome flock with a pair of chic black pointed pumps.
Quvenzhane Wallis looked super-cute in a navy metallic frock for her red carpet moment at this year's Critics' Choice Awards.
Parents-to-be Keira Knightley and James Righton looked ultra-sweet, posing together ahead of the night events.
Leslie opted for classic waves, a bold lip and a hint of eyeliner to complement her silvery-hued Reem Acra cocktail dress.
The Mission Impossible actress presented at last night's event. She looked stunning in an Elie Saab gown, Jimmy Choo heels, a Max Mara clutch and Norman Silverman jewellery.
David posed on the red carpet with his wife, Jessica, who looked lovely in a knee length black dress and matching heels.
We love Diane's style. The actress topped off her Naeem Khan dress with contrasting old Hollywood waves, bronze eyeshadow and a subtle pinky-hued lip.
Yay for love! Jen and fiance Justin couldn't take their eyes off each other on the red carpet. The couple looked relaxed and happy, despite Angelina Jolie being close by
Jessica complemented her Oriental-style dress with a bold pink lip and striking undo. Her twisted ponytail had an apt, samurai feel to it and upped the ante on her new red carpet style.
The music legend stuck to her signature style for the starry event, pairing a longer-length black blazer with black trousers and chunky boots.
Our favourite funny couple shone on the Critics Choice Awards red carpet. Leslie wore a strapless Reem Acra cocktail dress, striped heels, an oil-slick clutch, and Irene Neuwirth jewels.
Garrett, or Mr Kirsten Dunst as you might know him, worked the red carpet in a black tux, bow tie and classic white shirt combination.
Angelina debuted a new 'do at the Critics Choice Awards. Showcasing a darker shade to complement her green eyes and pale skin, the actress wore bold liquid eyeliner and a nude lip to work with her new colour.
Tyler Perry has many strings to his bow: Actor, director, screenwriter, playwright, producer, author and songwriter. He went for a classic red carpet look in a black tux and bow tie for last night's event.
Emily chose a paired-back beauty look for the Critics Choice Awards, opting for loose waves and subtle bronze eye make-up. Nude lips and English Rose skin complemented Emily's red carpet style.
Andrea chose to take a risk with her bright green co-ord, and we're not sure her gamble paid off. The oversize jacket and slightly cropped trousers didn't hit quite the right style note for the evening.
Ethan Hawke looked pleased with himself on the red carpet at the Critics Choice Awards - and maybe that's because Boyhood has been such a hit with critics. Winning Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress and Best Young Actor, there was plenty for the cast to smile about last night.
The Best Young Actor winner and star of Boyhood (which also won Best Picture), Ellar, made his awards show debut last night at the Critics Choice Awards. He might need to work on his red carpet style though, as those trainers won't make the cut once he's established Hollywood royalty.
After wearing a lighter hue just days ago at LA premiere of her film, Cake, Jennifer wowed again in a wine coloured tux by Gucci. Paired with Louboutin heels, Fred Leighton jewellery and an Amrit necklace, Jennifer finally seems to be relaxing the rules on her red carpet style.
Keira continues her reign as most beautifully dressed pregnant star in this stunning Delpozo dress. The grey shirt-style gown was custom made for the actress and featured a striking silk train and embroidered bodice. Quintessentially English and totally gorgeous.
David choose the Critics Choice Awards red carpet to make a statement (and to promote his new film) with Martin Luther King quotes on the lining of his jacket.
The star of Martin Luther King biopic, Selma, is set to be the next big thing - Brad Pitt leading an audience in singing your name is a pretty sure sign of a star on the rise - and we are putting him down as one to watch. Loving his red carpet style already.
Marion rarely puts a foot wrong in the style stakes and this gorgeous Dior Haute Couture dress is no exception. The all-white gown featured an understated, plain top and full, statement skirt. Looking elegant and beautiful, Marion finished off her look with classic Chopard jewels.
Eddie has just been voted the best dressed man by GQ and with dapper choices like this, it's easy to see why. Wearing a seriously smart Valentino tux, Eddie managed to make us envy his wardrobe just a little bit.
Bulking the trend for full length gowns, Patti and Andrea both opted to suit up for red carpet. We're not sure this is the best look for such a big event, but when you are a musical legend, maybe it doesn't matter. We're not sure Andrea has an though...
Felicity didn't have to try hard to steal the limelight in this sheer number. The Dolce & Gabbana gown was a grown-up choice for the awards season favourite, but it wasn't our top look for the English actress.
You might not recognise her face, but Genesis Rodriguez's animated film, Big Hero 6 was nominated for a Critics Choice Award and has legions of younger fans. The American actress opted for a striking Reem Acra dress in a pale turquoise hue. The cutaway gown featured a daring top and only slightly more demure skirt, with red carpet-worthy thigh high splits.