The critics have spoken and now, so must the fash pack...
The critics have spoken and now, so must the fash pack. Julianne Moore and Michael Keaton took home the real gongs at the Critics’ Choice Awards last night, but who won big in the style stakes? Here’s our pick of the night’s stand-out fashion looks…
We’re speechless. Our Jen… in a suit! We never thought we’d see the day that Jennifer ‘just-playing-it-safe’ Aniston would up the ante in a rouge Gucci tuxedo, wearing nothing underneath except for a string of delicate body chains. But here she is. If someone chopped off her head we could have thought this was Cara Delevingne, it’s that cool. Someone give her stylist a raise.
Where did all those curves come from? Angelina’s gone goddess, debuting new chocolate waves and an old Hollywood figure, enveloped one of Versace’s satin wrap dresses.
Another style shocker – Keira’s not in Chanel. Instead she’s chosen a shirt-gown hybrid by one of the hottest new demi-couture labels, Delpozo, as she continues her maternity style crusade.
We’re never quite sure how we feel about Mandarin collars on the red carpet, but Jessica pulls off this oriental Antonio Berardi dress with scraped back hair and minimal jewellery. The clever slashed shoulder stops the look from being too costume.
The magenta satin sash adds some much needed drama to Reese’s simple Lanvin look. We only wish the skirt was trousers, a la Emma Stone at the Globes.
Rosamund’s doing all-white again and we have to say we love this Valentino Couture number more than her look at the Golden Globes. The structured high neck top balances out the bridal fairytale skirt perfectly.
Marion wears the increasingly popular Dior Couture silhouette well, with slicked back hair and a statement lip colour.
Felicity pairs her Dolce and Gabbana dress with Aldo shoes – way to work a high-low brand mix, girl. The semi-sheer overlay and fresh make-up, stop the whole thing from being too Wednesday Adams.
See more of the best looks from the Critic’s Choice red carpet in the gallery above.