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Oscars 2015: Emma Stone, Rosamund Pike and More Stars Who Follow the Matchy-Matchy Dress Code

Feb/23/2015 at 01:15 AM ET

Shoes that perfectly match a dress give some editors fashion flashbacks to the dyeable footwear nightmares they’ve encountered as bridesmaids. But three of Hollywood’s most stylish stars wore coordinating heels and gowns on the Oscars red carpet, and totally pulled it off.

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Oscars 2015: What the Big Nominees Should Wear

Feb/18/2015 at 10:00 AM ET

Some people make sure to see every nominated movie before the Academy Awards. Some people tune in just for the fashion. PEOPLE style editors land in both categories. Regardless, our favorite thing to do is to predict what the stars will wear on the red carpet.

And this year, we’re sharing our ultimate fashion fantasies. This means we’re hoping the night’s big nominees — Julianne Moore, Reese Witherspoon, Emma Stone, Felicity Jones and Keira Knightley — shake things up a little bit. Catch our predict-a-gown video below, and share your picks in the comments below! (Note: You can shop Catherine’s Halston Heritage dress and Jackie’s Erin by Erin Fetherston look on Rent the Runway!)

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Oscars 2015: There's Apparently a (Truly Adorable) Hair Requirement to Be a Nominee

Feb/03/2015 at 09:00 AM ET

The nominees in the Best Actress category all have something in common. That is, besides major talent, a hugely in-demand calendar, access to amazing shoes and clothes and a glamorous jet-setting lifestyle. They also all got the memo that the only hairstyle to wear to the Academy Awards nominees luncheon is a cool-girl tousled bob.

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SAG Awards 2015: Our Favorite Looks of the Night

Jan/26/2015 at 09:00 AM ET

PEOPLE style editors keep a running email chain going so we can share our best dressed picks with you. (Yes, we have a few spats in the process.) See who made our list this year, then make sure to take in all the star style at the SAG Awards here and here. (Plus, don’t forget to share your top gowns in the comments.)

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SAG Awards 2015: The Best Celebrity Ear Cuffs (Like Rashida Jones's $130,000 Stunners!)

Jan/26/2015 at 12:16 AM ET

We always know there will be at least one star in a jumpsuit at a big award show. Just like we know there will be stars who ditch the traditional chandelier earrings and studs for edgy ear cuffs. And at the SAG Awards, statement cuffs seemed to be the winning accessory on the red carpet.

Emma Stone, Rashida Jones, Tatiana Maslany and Keira Knightley ear cuffsWireimage (3), AP

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SAG Awards 2015: Emma Stone and Julia Roberts Give Their Unique Spin to the Lady Tux

Jan/25/2015 at 09:41 PM ET

Every award show has buzzy meanswear moments … from the ladies. At the SAG Awards, Emma Stone and Julia Roberts eschewed the traditional gowns for bold takes on the tux trend.

Emma Stone and Julia Roberts John Shearer/AP Photo

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Golden Globes 2015: Our Favorite Looks of the Night

Jan/12/2015 at 09:00 AM ET

Now that we’ve seen all the glamorous (and polarizing!) looks hit the Golden Globes red carpet, we’ve narrowed down our top picks below. (Don’t see your favorite? Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments!)

Kate Hudson Golden Globes 2015Steve Granitz/WireImage

Catherine Kast, Style Writer: To be clear, I am not sick of seeing Kate Hudson‘s stunning physique in plunging Atelier Versace pieces (hello, last year’s Oscars). It doesn’t get old, which is a good thing. This year’s gown simply isn’t “old Hollywood glamour,” which is why it’s a standout. It’s athletic (with a super-long racer back) and sleek (thanks to a clean silhouette and minimalist center-part bun). Another element of her gown that feels very 2015 is the way she’s putting a spin on showing underwear as formal-wear. None of that “undies under sheer hems” trend: the sparkly detail on her sides looks like boning on a futuristic corset.

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Julianne Moore Golden Globes 2015John Shearer/AP

Andrea Lavinthal, Style and Beauty Director: It was brought to my attention that not everyone on the PEOPLE style team thinks Julianne Moore is the best dressed actress at the Golden Globes, let alone a best dressed actress at the Golden Globes. Those editors have since been relieved of their duties. On someone else, the combo of sparkles, feathers and ombré would be overwhelming. But the 54-year-old wears this custom Givenchy, plus Chopard diamond cluster earrings, rings and a bracelet, like the high-fashion pro that she is.

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Emma Stone Golden Globes 2015Frazer Harrison/Getty

Brittany Talarico, Style News Editor: Emma Stone is always so effortlessly cool on the red carpet — from her quirky personality to her outfit choices. If anyone else showed up in this custom Lanvin jumpsuit, I might have felt differently, but Emma wore the look with such a cool-girl confidence that it just worked. The onesie was very Old Hollywood on the top thanks to that embellished silver bodice … and very “New” Hollywood on the bottom with those chic, bow-embellished trousers. And the pointy Christian Louboutins pulled the whole look together.

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Leslie Mann Golden Globes 2015Kevork Djansezian/Getty

Alex Apatoff, Senior Style Editor: I loved the unexpected yellow dresses at the Golden Globes (hi, Naomi Watts and Jenna Dewan-Tatum) but none more than Leslie Mann’s fully sequined sunshine-yellow KaufmanFranco column. I thought it was a personal best for the actress — it was a sexy, flattering, standout moment that should have gotten more love. My favorite part? The surprising green touches (courtesy Kimberly McDonald jewels and a high-shine clutch) that took the look from elegant to exceptional.


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Emily Blunt Golden Globes 2015John Shearer/AP

Sarah Kinonen, Editorial Assistant: Emily Blunt‘s chic pleated cut-out Michael Kors gown (I totally predicted she’d wear a look from the designer), is such a simple and elegant take on the skin-baring red-carpet dress trend. And as for the rest of her ensemble? Her ethereal look — complete with turquoise statement earrings, natural makeup and a braided updo — is one I’m deeming the best of the night.

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Rosamund Pike Golden Globes 2015John Shearer/AP

Loni Venti, Style and Beauty Editor: Is this woman a vision or what? From Rosamund Pike’s envy-inducing physique (reminder: she gave birth five weeks ago!) flaunted in this sexy cut-out Vera Wang Collection number, to her sleek, swingy chin-length bob, she is red carpet perfection in my book. I love how she skipped bold makeup makeup and statement bling to let her gorgeous features and gown take center stage creating an effortlessly feminine and modern masterpiece.

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Helen Mirren Golden Globes 2015Kevork Djansezian/Getty

Jackie Fields, Beauty Writer: I say hats off to Helen Mirren, who flaunted her stunning figure (the woman is 69-years-old, people) in a radiant red Dolce & Gabbana dress. From the bejewled neckline to the blingy drop earrings, no one seamlessly blended “sexy” and “sophisticated” like Dame Helen. I even love her matching red lip and Salvatore Ferragamo clutch — it makes me wonder if she’s got a playful red pump on, too!

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Who was your best dressed of the night? Share your thoughts below!

 

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