Emma Stone In Lanvin – W Magazine’s Annual Golden Globe Awards Celebration

Emma Stone attended W Magazine’s pre-Golden Globes party held at the Chateau Marmont in LA on Friday evening.

Whilst so many stars are opting for prints on the red carpet this weekend, Emma selected this Lanvin Spring 2012 colour-block dress.

Her banded tri-colour nude, black and rose stretch silk dress with embroidered crystal snake motif wrapped around her neck was a very interesting choice.

I have to say I love the look, but she most definitely should’ve worn her hair up.

Wavy locks, gorgeous copper shadow and Lanvin accessories including a beige serpent ‘Sea Breeze’ minaudiere and black satin pumps with gold detailing provided the finishing touches.

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Shailene Woodley In Jason Wu – BAFTA Awards Season Tea Party

Shailene Woodley attended the BAFTA Awards Season Tea Party in LA on Saturday afternoon.

The actress looked very tea party appropriate in a modest Jason Wu Pre-Fall 2012 silk flounce dress, paired with simple black pumps.

Shailene continued to prove that she is not afraid of daring prints, wearing an abstract geometrical design.

I would have preferred Shailene to have worn her dress with the knotted leather belt worn by the model, but regardless this is another solid showing from the young actress.

Loose waves and neutral makeup finish the look.

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Gabrielle Union In Emilio Pucci – 2012 BET Honors

Gabrielle Union was stunning in white at BET Honors held in Washington, D.C. on Saturday evening.

The actress wore a form-fitting Emilio Pucci Resort 2012 dress with leaf-patterned appliqués.

She paired her dress with silver peep toes and a matching clutch.

Gabrielle let the gorgeous dress, and her even more gorgeous face, do all the talking, pulling her hair back into a low bun.

Smokey eyes add a bit of depth to this otherwise light look.

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Hailey Baldwin's Aalto Roll Neck Patterned Jumper

Deepika Padukone's Johanna Ortiz Ruffled Floral-Print Gown

Charlize Theron In Alexander McQueen – W Magazine’s Annual Golden Globe Awards Celebration

Charlize Theron celebrated Sunday’s upcoming Golden Globe Awards with W Magazine on Friday.

In her second all black look of the week, Charlize wore a form-fitting Alexander McQueen Spring 2012 dress.

With lace trim around the bustline, this dress has a bit of a lingerie vibe, balanced out by the lady-like flare of the knee-length skirt.

Side-swept hair and caged heels play up Charlize’s bombshell look.

Are you a fan of the lace trim, or does it look like an accidental bra slip?

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Elizabeth Olsen in Chloé – Independent Spirit Awards Nominees Luncheon

Elizabeth Olsen attended the Independent Spirit Awards Nominees Luncheon in LA on Saturday afternoon.

Dressed in head-to-toe cream and white, the actress did a complete 180 from her Proenza Schouler look on Friday to work this simple white Chloé Resort 2012 shirtdress under a nude Chloé Spring 2012 blazer.

The minimal look was accessorized with layered necklaces, nude suede pumps and a classic white The Row bag with gold hardware.

Elizabeth continues to impress us with her range on the red carpet. In this simple and chic look, the newcomer looks like a modern and very stylish lady who lunches, so she’s perfectly event appropriate.

A sweeping sidebun and minimal makeup finish the look.

There are some many great looks we need a Best Dressed Of The Weekend poll.

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Emma Roberts In Temperley London – W Magazine’s Annual Golden Globe Awards Celebration

Emma Roberts attended W Magazine’s pre-Golden Globes party held at the Chateau Marmont in LA on Friday evening.

She dressed to the nines wearing a slinky black Temperley London Spring 2012 gown with crystal-embellished straps.

Sporting a trendy longer ‘lob’, the young actress wore minimal makeup, save for a bright red mani-pedi.

The silk gown is a mature step for the actress, and perhaps a bold red lippie would have upped the glam factor even more.

Crystal drop earrings, a Chanel clutch and strappy black Louboutins finish the ensemble.

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