Rex Features - Charlize Theron stunned in this pink Dior gown. A unanimous best dressed pick, the oversized waist embellishment kept the daring v-neck and up-to-there slit from looking too risqué.
And here is Jessica Biel wearing our grandmother's wedding dress from 1934. Maybe she's using awards season as a run-through for her upcoming nuptials.
If you managed to see passed Jessica Alba's flawless face, then you are ogling her gorgeous Gucci gown. While electric yellows and black-and-white pieces flooded the carpet, this actress stood out in a lovely pink hue with floral accents.
One actress making best and worst dressed lists is Angelina Jolie. In an attempt to depart from her monochromatic uniform, it appears that Angie has slapped a bizarre red lapel on one of her bland beige dresses. This time, a pristine champagne dress would have been pretty with just her slick hair and red lip.
Zooey Deschanel looked amazing in this custom Prada gown. While the slim silhouette and expert embellishment scream high-end couture, the beaded bib and funky green colour are entirely Zooey.
Emma Stone's flowing Lanvin gown is best described as regal. The sophisticated style and bold burgundy hue are fit for a queen, or in this case a silver screen princess.
With so many below-par red dresses on the carpet this year, we're glad to see one actress did the evening staple justice. Reese Witherspoon looked stunning in this structured Zac Posen gown, and complimented the bold colour with natural hair and make-up.
Kim Kardashian is going to be disgruntled when she finds out Nicole Kidman stole her signature over-embellished, banded, boob-hammock style.
She's gorgeous, exotic, and gets to wear teal Vera Wang gowns for free thanks to her annual Golden Globe nomination. We'd love to hate Sofia Vergara, but we'd so much rather be her.
She's come a long way since Titanic, but Kate Winslet still has a body that'll sink ships. The actress took home a trophy in this black and white dress by Jenny Packham.