Nyong'o and her stylist Micaela Erlanger went for a “galaxy glamour” feel for the Star Wars press tour, which she accomplished in this beaded fringe dress from Proenza Schouler's spring 2016 collection — and yes, bright blue lipstick.
Kendall Jenner rocked this sparkly leather ensemble in the spring 2016 fashion show, but we were glad to see Stewart wear the same outfit to the Metiers d'Art show in Rome without the complicated pants-cape component.
This scarlet blouse and black high-waisted pants outfits looked great on the designer's spring 2016 runway, but Wilde knocked the '40s-inspired look out of the park at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment breakfast.
The actress stunned at the Our Brand Is Crisis premiere in this black-and-white gown from the label's spring 2016 collection. If you like it from the front, you're going to want to see it from every angle.
As soon as we saw this striped, strapless stunner go down the designer's spring 2016 runway, we knew it would have a major red carpet moment. Sure enough, theperpetually stylish Spectre star chose it for the film's Zurich premiere.
Sure, the rapper took a risk in this couture gown at a gala for Vogue China. But believe it or not, she actually made it less feathery than the version that showed on the spring 2015 runway by opting to go sans sleeves.
This dramatic gown from the label's spring 2016 collection has a lot going on – ruffled sleeves, plunging neckline, sparkly belt and laser-cut sheer skirt – but trendsetter Ora pulls it all off with ease.
When Alessandra Ambrosio modeled this color-block dress in Balmain's fall 2015 show, we couldn't help but notice how covered-up it was for the sexy label. Sure enough, King ditched the high neck (and the chunky belt) for a more revealing look at amfAR's Inspiration Gala.
Perks of being pals with the designer? A teal version of this ruffle-neck halter gown went down the runway at Wu's spring 2016 show, but Monaghan wore it in navy to Fashion Group International's Annual Night of Stars.
When you have as much fashion clout as SJP, all you have to do to wear a designer's dress is … send him a letter? As it turns out, yes: Parker saw this glittering navy gown in Murad's fall 2015 couture collection, and wrote him to ask if she could wear it! “It didn’t even need a tailor. That's how precise a designer he is,” Parker told reporters at the New York City Ballet Fall Gala, although the modest star did have lining added to the intricate (and very sheer!) bodice.
None other than Kendall Jenner modeled this sequined dress in Jacobs' Hollywood-inspired spring 2016 runway show, but it was Weisz who got to wear it for a real-life red carpet at the New York Film Festival a few weeks later.
It takes a real A-lister to score a designer dress mere days after it hits the runway, so it's only fitting that Danes wore this red eyelet halter dress to the unveiling of her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Hough sat front row at Marchesa's spring 2016 show, so we had a hunch she might wear the label for the Emmys. Sure enough, the triple-threat showed up in this daring sheer black gown, and even added a strappy black headband, just like the runway look.
Although we love this beaded dress with the long sleeves, Kemper wisely chose to ditch them for the (very hot) Emmys red carpet. Oh, and fun fact: All that beading took approximately 800(!) hours to make, according to the designer.