As party season begins, so does the onslaught of gorgeous partywear. This week’s collection of celebrities presented a mixed bag consisting of biker-chick leather, grown-up glamour, and dresses fit for a prom queen. Keep scrolling to discover the best-dressed celebrities this week and vote for your favorite in the poll, below.
Dress by AlexaChung
Sporting a dress by her eponymous label, Alexa Chung once again gives a masterclass in dressing for the evening. The model-turned-presenter-turned-designer is known for her uber feminine partywear, and it seems she followed the same aesthetic with her own Fall/Winter collection – especially this dress.
Look by Giambattista Valli
Wearing a straight-off-the-runway design, Diane Kruger channels fairytale romance in this Giambattista Valli Fall/Winter 2017 look. An avid wearer of tulle, Kruger keeps her look from looking too princessy by subtly baring her midriff.
Dress by Versace
The only thing slicker than Nina Dobrev’s top and skirt combination is her sharp bob and bangs. The thigh-high split and color-pop heels add some fun and youth factor to the look.
Dress by Ulyana Sergeenko
Actress and niece of Hollywood royalty Emma Roberts looks prom-perfect in this Ulyana Sergeenko gown. Admittedly, it has a lot going on, but the Little House on the Prairie check print and statement bow appliqué work with her peachy blonde locks.
Simi and Haze Khadra
Looks by Louis Vuitton and Cartier
The stylish sisters attended the prestigious Cartier party in Dubai this weekend, looking even slicker than average. Dressed by Louis Vuitton and dripping in stacked jewels by Cartier, the duo spun tracks into the early hours. The edgy leather get-ups are the perfect display of their signature off-the-wall style.
Dress by Coach
Selena Gomez enters the American Music Awards with a bang. The first thing we spotted were her new blonde locks, which take her from squeaky-clean child star to grown-up popstar in an instant. And then there’s the custom Coach dress, which takes the term “biker chick” to new levels.