• This is Alicia Vikander’s awards season. Last night, the face of Louis Vuitton stunned in another high-impact dress by the French fashion house. It was the perfect combination of sleek, sexy, and “statement” for the event.

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  • Though she looked impeccable, I considered excluding Rooney Mara from this roundup simply because her Valentino dress was reminiscent of the Valentino gown Kirsten Dunst wore to this year's Golden Globes—but then I saw her matching capelet and it was over.

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  • Rachel McAdams’s look (which included an Elie Saab Haute Couture dress) doubles as a lesson on how to appear effortless in a gown: Skimp on jewelry, keep your makeup minimal, and choose a hairstyle that’s perfectly undone.

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  • Wearing a bubblegum-pink gown on a red carpet two weeks before Valentine’s Day is a bold move, but somehow Emilia Clarke (in Dior) made it work to perfection.

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  • Sixteen-year-old “Mad Men” star Kiernan Shipka looked fresh and age-appropriate in a floral number—complete with pockets—by UK-based Erdem.

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  • Blue was a top trend on the SAG Awards red carpet. Everyone from Brie Larson to Claire Danes wore the shade, but nobody worked it like Naomi Watts (in Burberry). #Classic

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  • Thanks to Hannah Murray, yellow has replaced emerald as our favorite fashion shade for redheads. Last night, the “Game of Thrones” actress wowed in delicate gold extras and a canary-colored slip dress.

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  • While Susan Sarandon was attracting attention for her AMAZING cleavage, her daughter was turning heads for her sexy-chic outfit. We're still obsessing over the Gabriela Cadena dress worn by Eva Amurri Martino.

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