The Night’s Most Controversial Couture
Weigh in on Gwyneth Paltrow’s caped number, Jennifer Lopez’s plunging neckline and more out-there star styles
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It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s in a white caped Tom Ford creation (she removed the cape to present) that shows off her incredibly toned figure.
Also wearing long sleeves, takes the plunge in a talked-about Zuhair Murad number complete with cutouts, stripes and a mini train.
Wearing a halter that evokes memories of 2007 Oscars gown, is all wrapped up with a bow in Giambattista Valli.
The blonde actress takes a risk (though not one as big as her Dictator costar Sacha Baron Cohen did) by choosing an attention-grabbing sequin column that clings to every curve.
Softening her severe do with a flowing white Givenchy gown, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo star takes a decidedly feminine turn and gives those much-loved cutouts and edgy dresses the night off.
Viola “”steps her own in her natural hair and a Vera Wang gown that leaves little to the imagination up top.
The Albert Nobbs star keeps her forest green Zac Posen gown covered with a matching tuxedo jacket – a look 69 percent of PEOPLE Live Blog readers called a “tuxeDO.”