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It's the start of the red carpet season and we're pretty thrilled! Not only are some of our favorite movies and television shows up for some major awards, some of our most beloved stars are hitting the red carpet wearing fabulous ensembles for us to ooh and ahh over, discuss and of course, judge. 

So let's play fashion police, shall we? 

Looking Statuesque 

Anna Kendrick went for a vintage look in Vionnet, and we think the original Madame Vionnet would approve. Amy Adams has an almost unreal perfection in a squared off black sequined strapless dress, and Felicity Huffman rocked some metallic colorblocking with her unique jumpsuit.

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High Volume = High Drama

Lily Collins wore a lacy blush pink ballgown that we have mixed feelings about (it's a little reminiscent of curtains, no?), and Carry Metz chose to make a very regal statement in drapey purple velvet number. Mandy Moore went for the drama with a navy dress featuring a deep V neck and a cape! Superhero-esque fashion is something that we can definitely get behind. 

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Liquid Metal

Metallics were definitely a "thing" this year, with Emily Ratajkowski and Ruth Negga looking like goddesses visiting from the future.

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Taking No Prisoners

Kristin Bell looks like the baddest b*tch, and we're totally here for that. Evan Rachel Wood wore a sharply cut tuxedo as homage to David Bowie (January 8th was his birthday) and also as a way to show all the young girls watching that they don't have to wear dresses to be glamourous. She might be our favorite of the night! 

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Upholstery Chic (Gone Wrong)

Michelle Williams looks like she's actually wearing a tablecloth. We love embellishment in general and lace in particular, but this was a rare misstep for her. Felicity Jones should have taken one thing off her dress before she left the limo (we vote for that oddly stranded bow at the waist), and Jessica Biel looks great from the waist up, but like she's wrapped in an afghan from waist down.

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Getting Conceptual

Janelle Monae gave us monochrome glamour in her trademark black and white color palette. Kerry Washington had a bit of a warrior princess vibe happening in gold lace, and Drew Barrymore took her trademark flower-child vibe to a very haute couture place. 

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All Of The Rest...

Emma Stone wore a pale pink dress that had a vintage ballerina vibe to it but made the look modern with a sprinkling of stars. Sarah Jessica Parker somehow reminded us of bride, figure skater, and a meringue all in one (and that's the nicest thing we can find to say), and Hailee Steinfield channeled her inner fairy princess with lavender ruffles. 

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Tracy Ellis Ross proved that you can never have too many rings - perhaps #HandParty is the new #ArmParty? We kind of hope so. Golden girl and nominee Natalie Portman made us jealous of how utterly chic she looks while also very pregnant.

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