Red Carpet, Red Dress: Our 10 Favorite Looks

Whether it’s Oscar night or the office holiday bash, standing out amongst a sea of dresses requires a hot hue to deliver a serious punch. This season, rely on red — the definitive hue that firmly plants you in the proverbial spotlight. A-listers like Jennifer Lawrence, Nicole Kidman, and Anne Hathaway know that going red-on-red — a killer dress against the traditional carpet — is a surefire way to land on the best dressed list. Better yet? The fiery shade makes for an instantly festive party look. Take a cue from these Hollywood stunners and have a Lady in Red moment of your own this season.

Top row (left to right): Nicole Kidman in Balenciaga, Anne Hathaway in Valentino, Jennifer Lawrence in Calvin Klein Collection, Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton, Blake Lively in Versace

Bottom row (left to right): Kate Hudson in Prabal Gurung, Emma Stone in Lanvin, Nina Dobrev in Donna Karan, Katy Perry in Dolce & Gabbana, Rihanna in Alaïa

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3 Responses to Red Carpet, Red Dress: Our 10 Favorite Looks

  1. Anonymous says:

    The Red carpet phenomenon is fast becoming boring and very predictable. same designers, same utterly inane questions, same looks. every tv show, every one with this red carpet event is just too too like i said predictable. onward and upward artists, use an unknown designer, get something online, get something made for you, put your own clothes together (horrors) look fantastic on your own. be independent! be bold! be the artist. be yourself!!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    oh, that came from me…artist, singer songwriter actress…carol maillard

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