Between New York Fashion Week, Moscow’s newest exhibit ‘Bulgari: Tribute to Femininity’, the GQ Men of the Year event, the Icons by Carine Roitfeld party, and the tail end of the Venice Film Festival, the red carpets were flooded with stylish celebrities aiming their ensembles for every Best-Dressed list. Their looks ranged from traditional to avant-garde, proving how anything can fall under the category of red-carpet style – just as long as it’s worn on the red carpet. Which end of the spectrum do you prefer? Make your voice heard by voting in the poll, below.
Dress by Valentino
To join her fellow jury members at the Venice Film Festival, Naomi Watts turned heads in a butterfly-motif gown by Valentino that featured irreverent layers of tulle. On another note, if Watts isn’t the prime example of turning (almost) 50 gracefully, we don’t know what is.
Dress by Jason Wu
Priyanka Chopra chose a patterned Jason Wu dress for the Longchamp red carpet at New York Fashion Week. While it erred on the side of casual, it was also ultra-flattering.
Gown by Labourjoisie
Chrissy Teigen has been away from the style spotlight after giving birth to her son Miles, but she returned in glowing, glorious form in this wow-worthy look.
Gown by Ralph & Russo
Zendaya graces us, once again, with a drape-y gown in a punchy combination of sunflower yellow and royal purple. What’s even more impressive is that she did her own beauty look for the red carpet – and slayed it.
Gown by Gucci
Nothing revs our engines quite like a Natalie Portman red-carpet moment. She usually opts for quiet drama, but at the Venice Film Festival, she went for a loud, glittering look by Gucci – and we’re here for it.
Look by Vera Wang
Kendall Jenner was the envelope-pusher in this week’s crop of Best-Dressed Celebrities, choosing to forego the traditional red-carpet gown in favor of a really cool, intricately flared look by Vera Wang.
Dress by Louis Vuitton
Alicia Vikander, the radiant actor and brand amabassador for Bulgari, repped the brands glittering jewels at the unveiling of their new retospective in Moscow, “Bulgari: Tribute to Femininity”.