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SAG Awards 2016: Our Ultimate Favorite Dresses

Jan/31/2016 at 11:05 AM ET

Now that we’ve seen all the biggest trends and biggest risks at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, we’ve narrowed down our top style stars below. (Don’t see your favorite? Sound off in the comments!)

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Golden Globes 2016: Lady Gaga, Olivia Wilde and More Best Dressed (According to Our Editors!)

Jan/11/2016 at 10:50 AM ET


Now that we’ve seen all the glamorous (and OMG-inducing!) looks hit the Golden Globe red carpet, we’ve narrowed down our top style moves below. (Don’t see your favorite? Sound off in the comments!)

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Lady Gaga
Alex Apatoff, Senior Style and Beauty Editor: For the past five years, I’ve declared Lady Gaga’s style “exhausting.” But this whole Old Hollywood thing she’s working on the red carpet recently has made me totally rethink my position. This gorgeous, sculptural velvet Atelier Versace gown, accented with a gazillion dollars of Neil Lane Jewels, is the pinnacle of reto glamour … I guess you could say I’m Gaga for it. (Ba-dum-PSH!)

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Olivia Wilde
Brittany Talarico, Style News Editor: The last time she hit the Golden Globes red carpet, Olivia Wilde was six months pregnant and still topped best dressed lists across the board in her glittering green custom Gucci creation. This time she showed off her amazing post-baby body in a super-plunging sequin Michael Kors Collection gown, accessorized with a chunky jeweled choker, cocktail ring and gold clutch (all Bulgari), and Aldo heels. And in my opinion, that plunge was the best fashion risk of the night.

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Kirsten Dunst
Andrea Lavinthal, Style and Beauty Director: Yes, this plunging Valentino Haute Couture gown is practically begging for a “Kirsten’s golden globes” joke, but once you get past the startling amounts of cleavage, you can focus on the flawless design elements. It’s relatively simple from the front, featuring subtle detailing at the shoulders and midsection. But the back is a masterpiece of skinny straps, which means the star commanded the spotlight from the front (because, you know), and maintained all that attention as she walked away.

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Julianne Moore
Catherine Kast, Style Editor: There just isn’t a cooler high-fashion friendship out there than the one between Tom Ford and his muse Julianne Moore. When they team up, it’s a given that the look will be a hit. This custom sapphire-blue creation hits the perfect note for Moore: When you’re last year’s winner, it’s not all about you and your red carpet choices have to reflect that. This dress is just show-stopping enough, thanks to tactful sparkles, a bold color that pops against her red hair and my personal favorite element of the dress, the asymmetrical neckline. It’s like she and Tom are ever-so-slightly hinting at the ubiquitous choker-gown trend but making it look grown-up.

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Alicia Vikander
Colleen Kratofil, Style Writer-Reporter: I’ve been anticipating Alicia Vikander’s red carpet season debut after falling in love with her style throughout her promo tour for The Danish Girl. And thanks to this pleated, ruffled, shimmery Louis Vuitton gown (with completely exposed back), she just solidified the title as “one to watch” this season.

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Uzo Adbuba
Jackie Fields, Beauty Editor: The Orange Is the New Black actress may not have taken home a Golden Globe, but Uzo Aduba won my heart in this glimmering black gown. I was smitten by the head-to-toe sparkle, and the structured shoulder/high-low sleeve combo. Yet while the dress was show-stoppng, her brand new bob and berry lip were still able to shine as well.

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Jenna-Dewan Tatum
Jillian Ruffo, Associate Beauty Editor: Two things that never fail to win me over: sequins and plunging necklines. Which is why it’s safe to say that this dress is my dream come true.

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Taylor Schilling
Lindy Segal, Social Media Editor: I love a good suit on the red carpet, but it’s rare that one actually tops my personal best-dressed list. A warning to my coworkers: I might be copying Taylor Schilling’s sexy, sparkly custom Thakoon tuxedo in the office this week (but I’ll wear a cami underneath, promise).

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Amy Adams
Sarah Ball, Market Editor: I choose Amy Adams in Versace. I love the color with her hair. It’s simple but super chic. The color is bold and striking and the fit is amazing. I also love that she didn’t overdo it with her hair and accessories.

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Brie Larson
Sarah Kinonen, Style & Beauty Editorial Assistant: It’s hard to believe this is was Brie Larson’s first Golden Globes. From her sexy sparkly custom Calvin Klein Collection dress, which was hand-embroidered with topaz crystal, to her sleek straight strands, everything about her look was a high-fashion home run. I’m excited to see what sort of dazzling looks she’s got in store for the rest of award show season! Bring it on, Brie!

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Who was your best dressed star of the night? Sound off below.

'I Woke Up Like This' Means Something Very Different for Julianne Moore

Oct/07/2015 at 12:12 PM ET

When celebs post barefaced selfies with the cribbed-from-Beyoncé caption “I woke up like this,” there’s an element of humblebragging involved. When Julianne Moore does it, it’s because she’s engaging in some serious #realtalk about her pre-glam-squad hair.

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Julianne Moore, Claire Danes, Allison Williams and More A-Listers Have Been Crowned as Hollywood's Newest 'Royals'

Sep/09/2015 at 09:00 AM ET

In the PEOPLE office, when we talk royals, we’re generally referring to the famous (and seriously good-looking) British family. But W magazine has crowned a new set of royalty — a slew of Hollywood’s most famous faces, including Claire Danes, Julianne Moore, Allison Williams, Jourdan Dunn and more stars — to cover its annual Royals issue.

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Kristen Stewart and Julianne Moore Walk the Chanel Show Together: See Inside the Casino-Themed Event!

Jul/07/2015 at 11:07 AM ET

Chanel fashion shows always deliver an elaborate theme. For the last few collections we’ve seen a grocery store, a brassiere, a protest, and now, for Chanel’s 2015 Haute Couture presentation, a couture casino! And in addition to the stunning set, Karl Lagerfeld enlisted some major A-list celebs to model and sit front and center at the craps table, like the brand’s muses Kristen Stewart, Julianne Moore, Lily Collins, Lily-Rose Depp and more!

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Cannes 2015: Naomi Watts, Julianne Moore and More Stars Who Apparently Got a 'Wear Feathers' Memo

May/13/2015 at 04:00 PM ET

Prepare for your newsfeed to be inundated with glamour for the next 12 days. It’s Cannes Film Festival time! For the uninformed, every May, Hollywood’s elite ladies (and gentlemen) travel to the French city for the annual international cinematic showcase to debut their new films, as well as their jaw-droppingly gorgeous gowns on the red carpet. And although the festival is only hours underway, there already seems to be a theme happening in the wardrobe department. Feathers! And lots of ’em.

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