Red Carpet Rundown: Katy Perry in Naeem Khan and More

Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior Couture
Jourdan Dunn in Topshop
Rita Ora in Vivienne Westwood
Solange Knowles in Boxing Kitten
Katy Perry in Naeem Khan
Amy Adams in Giorgio Armani
Selena Gomez in Dolce & Gabbana
Stella McCartney in Stella McCartney
Lauren Santo Domingo and Jessica Stam in Carolina Herrera
Cara Delevingne in Burberry
Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior Couture Jourdan Dunn in Topshop Rita Ora in Vivienne Westwood Solange Knowles in Boxing Kitten Katy Perry in Naeem Khan Amy Adams in Giorgio Armani Selena Gomez in Dolce & Gabbana Stella McCartney in Stella McCartney Lauren Santo Domingo and Jessica Stam in Carolina Herrera Cara Delevingne in Burberry
By Angel Lenise November 29, 2012
The French beauty accepted her honorary tribute award at the November 26 Gotham Awards in a classic LBD from Christian Dior Couture.
Supermodel Jourdan Dunn turned to high street brand Topshop to create this stunning custom gown for the British Fashion Awards.
Roc Nation beauty Rita Ora glammed up her usual street chic look to wear this aquamarine gown from Vivienne Westwood to the 2012 BFAs. She still left her stamp on the event by switching to an ivory sweatshirt and pant combo from Stella McCartney's resort 2013 collection.
Solange Knowles brought Spring 2013 to the Los Angeles listening party for her new EP, True, with her signature curls and a fun, printed Boxing Kitten romper.
All eyes were on Katy Perry — who recently partnered with Coty Fragrances to create her own signature scent — at the UNICEF Snowflake Ball on November 28. She upped Gwyneth Paltrow's Oscar 2012 gown and cape combo from Tom Ford with this moody, blue Naeem Khan gown.
Amy Adams turned heads in this origami-inspired little black dress at Monday night's Gotham Awards. She completed her red carpet winner with Jimmy Choo pumps.
Selena sizzled in a form-fitting, Dolce & Gabbana number during the UNICEF Snowflake Ball in New York City on November 27. She paired the gown with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, a Judith Leiber clutch, and jewelry from Lorraine Schwartz.
What better choice for the British Fashion Award's Designer of the Year to wear on the red carpet but something of her own design? That's exactly what Stella McCartney did, rocking her own jumpsuit to grab two top awards from the ceremony.
Both Santo Domingo and Stam brightened up the Met at the Carolina Herrera-hosted Apollo Circle Benefit. Her tangerine number even landed supermodel Stam on Vogue's best dressed list!
It's fitting that Cara Delevingne, face of Burberry, wore a sexy gown from the brand during the 58th London Evening Standard Theatre awards, also sponsored by the British label. Delevingne opted for Burberry again later in the week for the British Fashion Awards, in which she was named model of the year.
From The British Fashion Awards where Stella McCartney rocked her own design to the quiet start to awards season at The Gotham Awards in New York City where Marion Cotillard stunned in a couture Christian Dior LBD, we've rounded up the best looks from the red carpet this week.
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