If this is how good she looks with walking pneumonia, we can’t wait to see her at the Oscars! goes for simple elegance in strapless navy Dior Haute Couture, a Roger Vivier clutch and many, many carats of Chopard diamonds.
The Zero Dark Thirty actress proves that her body is a 10 in a super-fitted scarlet Alexander McQueen gown, plus a $1.25 million Water by Harry Winston diamond necklace and loose waves (so as not to look too “diva,” she explained).
Navy is the color of the night, and no one looks better in it than the Les Misérables star, who updates her Old Hollywood Zac Posen gown with an unexpected Lorraine Schwartz pendant and fresh coral lips.
To pick up a Best Actress statue, the 30 Rock puts her bod on display in a sweetheart-neckline Oscar de la Renta gown with a jeweled buckle, plus a minaudière by the designer and Fred Leighton jewelry.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it: sticks to her favorite style elements (center-parted stick-straight strands, an elegant Vivienne Westwood Couture column gown and simple Fred Leighton jewelry) – and looks as good as ever.
Ladies and gentlemen, this woman is nearly 50. And she smokes starlets half her age in a beaded mermaid gown by Romona Keveza, accessorized with a Neil Lane choker, Martin Katz bangles and a Swarovski clutch.
And the award for best color goes to Viola! On a night where many stars went for basic black and white, the actress stands out in vibrant teal Monique Lhuillier with a long train, plus silver Jimmy Choo platforms and coral and turquoise Cathy Waterman jewelry.
Though controversial with PEOPLE.com editors, this two-tone, bow-adorned Dior Haute Couture number, worn with Chopard gems and black pumps, was a runaway hit with readers, earning an 85% approval rating.