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Amy Adams joined Kristen Stewart on the red carpet at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Governors Awards on Saturday.

The actress chose a plunging double V-neck dress from Jenny Packham’s Fall 2012 collection.

We’ll be seeing a lot more of the three-time Oscar nominee during the coming awards season for her performance in ‘The Master’, and this belted column was a savvy choice for Amy, whose complexion is nicely complemented by the fabric’s metallic tones.

The Grecian draping of Packham’s festive design is universally flattering and versatile—the kind of dress that would work equally well at a December wedding or a black-tie New Year’s bash.

You can buy Amy’s Jenny Packham gown from Stylebop US and Stylebop UK.

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Salma Hayek was glowing on the red carpet at the Acalpulco Film Festival in her native Mexico on Friday.

The actress wore a custom rose-colored Gucci gown which looks to be inspired by the Resort 2013 collection.

Soft bangs and orchid-pink lips added a romanticism to the cleavage-baring dress, which would’ve been tricky to pull off by an equally curvaceous woman without Salma’s signature charm.

She perfected the look by keeping it simple: a gold clutch that picked up on the opalescent beading at her waist, a barely-there manicure, and personal jewelry including her wedding ring.

Does this look work for you, or is Salma showcasing too much boobage?

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Billboard ‘Woman of the Year’ honoree Katy Perry attended the annual event held at Capitale in New York City on Friday afternoon.

The singer went all-American with a ruffled persimmon Oscar de la Renta Resort 2013 dress.

Despite an ‘A’ for effort, Katy couldn’t create fireworks with this over-accessorized attempt at uptown elegance, made all the more matronly with her stiff-looking news anchor coiffe.

Had Katy loosened the bun, lost the belt, and swapped the bedazzled Oscar de la Renta peep-toe pumps for a pair of sexy strappy sandals, she could’ve easily transformed this look from dowdy to dreamy.

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Cheryl Cole delighted her fans by signing copies of her new book, ‘My Story’ at The Corinthia Hotel in London on Saturday afternoon.

She wore a two-tone 3.1 Phillip Lim dress.

The origami folds of Cheryl’s dress are on-trend for spring, so maybe we’ll be seeing even more Japanese-inspired pieces red carpet.

The best part of this dress is its intricately draped neckline, so it’s unfortunate that her unsophisticated cheerleader’s ponytail covers up much of it.

Had Cheryl swept her hair off her shoulder, this would’ve vastly improved the look, as would a less ornamented pair of shoes than these Christian Louboutin patent-leather studded pumps.

You can buy Cheryl’s 3.1 Phillp Lim dress from farfetch.com US and farfetch.com.

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Kristen Stewart attended the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Governors Awards in LA on Saturday evening looking surprisingly polished.

You were very disappointed by her last look, but on this occasion she wore a sophisticated Talbot Runhof Spring 2012 black-and-white dress with a lace bodice

This more mature silhouette by the German-based label, perhaps signals greater changes ahead for the 22-year-old ingénue.

Tousled waves, smoky eyes and a pink lip colour completed her look.

Do you like this much improved look?

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