All the Stunning Celebrity Looks From the Critics’ Choice Awards

Award Season is officially in full swing! Last weekend kicked things off with the Golden Globes, and tonight sees Hollywood’s biggest names bring their style A-game at the 26th annual Critics’ Choice Awards honoring the finest achievements in 2020 filmmaking and television. While the show may look a little different from previous years—with a hybrid of virtual and in-person appearances, one thing’s for sure—there’ll be no lack of show-stopping fashion moments.

This year’s nominees include Zendaya, Amanda Seyfried, Viola Davis, Olivia Colman, Ben Affleck, Tom Hanks, Glenn Close to name but a few. The ever-dapper Taye Diggs will be hosting for the third consecutive time. Other presenters include Gal Gadot, Eva Longoria, Orlando Bloom, and Catherine Zeta-Jones—so we can expect plenty of seriously stylish fashion moments.

Grab the popcorn, and keep scrolling to see the most stunning celebrity looks, and don’t forget to check back through the night for more head-turning outfits.

On Emma Corrin: Schiaparelli dress; Jimmy Choo shoes

On Gal Gadot: Prabal Gurung top and trousers; Tiffany & Co. jewelry

On Amanda Seyfried: Miu Miu outfit; Fred Leighton jewelry; Stuart Weitzman shoes

On Daisy Edgar-Jones: Oscar de la Renta dress

On Regina King: Versace dress; Cartier jewelry; Stuart Weitzman shoes

On Cynthia Erivo: Custom Vera Wang dress

On Kaley Cuoco: Dolce & Gabbana outfit; Christian Louboutin heels; Candy Ice jewelry

On Julia Garner: Christopher John Rogers dress; Tamara Mellon shoes; Mejuri jewelry

On Gillian Anderson: Christian Dior suit

On Yara Shahidi: Christian Dior Couture dress

On Maria Bakalova: Prada dress

On Viola Davis: Greta Constantine dress; Lorraine West jewlery

On H.E.R: Custom Miu Miu; Chopard jewelry

On Dominique Fishback: Reem Acra dress

On Catherine O’Hara: Elie Saab dress

On Rhea Seehorn: Marmar Halim dress

On Phoebe Dynevor: Louis Vuitton dress

On Dan Levy: Dior outfit; Cartier jewelry

Up next, thigh-high slits and backless gowns—the golden globes are making me feel things.

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