The Best Dressed at the 2015 Critics’ Choice Awards

Diane Kruger in Naeem Khan

With the Golden Globe Awards under our belt, and the buzz following Academy Awards nomination announcements in the air, awards season is in full swing—and Hollywood’s best-dressed stars, including Julianne Moore, Emily Blunt, and Keira Knightley, are polishing their acts accordingly. Thursday night’s Critics’ Choice Awards was no exception. See our favorite looks here.


Julianne Moore picked up the award for Best Actress for her performance in Still Alice—and no doubt a spot on many a Best Dressed list in a vampy black Saint Laurent dress.

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It seems Gone Girl star Rosamund Pike can do no wrong on the red carpet. With a sleek up-do and a white Valentino couture gown, the actress epitomized timeless elegance.

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Into the Woods actress Emily Blunt injected a bit of red-hot glamour into the evening in an embellished dress from the Emilio Pucci Pre-Fall 2015 collection. A sparkling Jimmy Choo clutch, Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings and cuffs, and a strong smoky eye made this look a win from head-to-toe.

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In a printed silk dress by Naeem Khan and an Amanda Wakeley clutch, eternally best-dressed star Diane Kruger provided a pop of print for a mostly muted red carpet crowd.

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After a slight hiccup at the Golden Globes, Keira Knightley resumed her red carpet reign in a flowing seafoam gown by Delpozo and a soft up-do accessorized by a dainty Henri Bendel bobby pin.

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Selma star Carmen Ejogo stepped out in a creamsicle-colored gown by Emilia Wickstead, with the expert touches of a matte red lip and bronze accessories.

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At the Critics’ Choice Awards, Best Director nominee Angelina Jolie’s regal Atelier Versace gown was one of her best looks of the year.

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Two Days, One Night star Marion Cotillard went for slicked-back hair and voluminous Dior Couture gown, making a strong statement on an otherwise tame red carpet.

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There was nothing funny about comedian Jenny Slate’s Critics’ Choice Awards look. The Obvious Child star stunned in a midnight blue Miu Miu dress and black patent leather sandals as she accepted the award for Best Actress in a Comedy.

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After a stunning, yet subdued look at the Golden Globes, Reese Witherspoon’s hot pink and black Lanvin gown was a welcome surprise.

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The Theory of Everything actress Felicity Jones exuded elegance in a cool sheer black dress from the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2015 collection. A sleek ponytail and subtle smoky eye helped the actress maintain a youthful edge.

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Rosario Dawson proved less is more in a one-shoulder Vivienne Westwood gown and mismatched diamond earrings.

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