Just one week after the celebrity set pulled out all the sartorial stops for the 81st Golden Globes — TBH, we haven’t stopped thinking about Taylor Swift’s number since — and they’re back at it again. Currently, A-listers are stepping onto the red carpet at Santa Monica Airport's Barker Hangar, where they’ll celebrate the best film and television performances as of late at the 29th Critics Choice Awards. And just as we expected, the fashion moments tonight are setting the bar high for award show season, which is now officially in full swing.
For starters, Dua Lipa kicked the evening off on a strong note, arriving at the annual event wearing an over-the-top glamorous crimson number from Prada. Another celebrity making quite the splash is Quinta Brunson, who hit the red carpet in a floral gown from Georges Hobeika.
Moreover, vibrant red dresses seem to be a major theme tonight, with stars like Margot Robbie, Emily Blunt, and Mandy Moore taking the look for a spin. And, of course, the accessories spotted at the star-studded affair — see strappy pumps and statement bags — are pretty great, too.
So, what are you waiting for? Grab a snack and pursue through all the best fashion moments at the 2024 Critics Choice Awards, below. Don’t forget to also tune into the ceremony, hosted by Chelsea Handler, as there will surely be headline-worthy moments you won’t want to miss.
Stone wore a chic one-shoulder custom Louis Vuitton dress.
Moore’s sparkly cutout dress was as eye-catching as it gets.
Foster arrived in a custom polka dot suit from Louis Vuitton.
Surprise, surprise — another bow-adorned dress! Witherspoon embraced the season’s biggest trend with a custom Celine look.
Gladstone turned heads in a royal blue off-the-shoulder dress.
The Bear star looked so cool in a slouchy white suit and round frames.
Taraji P. Henson
Henson rocked a white strapless BOSS dress and metallic silver heels.
Lyonne sparkled in a black sequin skirt.
Ryan, who went for a light-catching strapless black gown, also got the sequin memo.
Mulligan donned a striking Armani Privé dress.
Ricci channeled an all grown-up Wednesday Adams via a black custom Atsuko Kudo gown.
Awkwafina went with a sweet lace gown courtesy of Christian Dior.
Snook made the case for a timeless black blazer on the red carpet.
Morrone’s white Chanel gown was equal parts romantic and playful.
Williams also skipped a dress in favor of a fun pantsuit.
The Saltburn actor was a vision in a blue sequin Rodarte look.
Debicki leaned into the bow trend with an Oscar de la Renta outfit.
Oh looked breathtaking in a dreamy Harbison Studio dress.
The renowned director donned a voluminous Molly Goddard look.
In lieu of a gown, Aniston hit the red carpet in a Dolce & Gabbana jumpsuit.
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Robbie traded in her signature hot pink outfits for a vivid red custom Balmain gown.
Ferrera shimmered in a sequin Alberta Ferretti number.
Larson made quite the entrance in a Prada number complete with sheer details.
Wong wore a green see-through embroidered Givenchy dress from the fashion house’s Spring/Summer 2024 collection.
The rising star struck a pose in her Louis Vuitton look.
Bassett chose an elegant LBD by Pamella Roland.
Wearing a dark purple Chanel Haute Couture number, Moore was all smiles on the red carpet.
The Past Lives skipped a gown and instead arrived in a sparkly two-piece set from Loewe.
DeBose opted for a black Givenchy gown with a thigh-high slit.
Tracee Ellis Ross
Ross wowed in a floor-sweeping dress courtesy of Fendi Haute Couture.
Blunt brought the heat in a fiery red Armani Privé Fall/Winter 2023 Couture look.
Brosnahan turned heads in a polka dot Givenchy gown.
Aja Naomi King
King went with a hot pink bow-covered gown from Oscar de la Renta.
The “Happier Than Ever” singer rocked a Thom Browne outfit.
Lipa’s deep red gown perfectly matched her hair.
Marling shined in a sunny yellow Prada number.
The Never Have I Ever actor wore a dazzling number from Simkhai’s Spring/Summer 2024 collection.
The evening’s host also jumped on the yellow gown train, arriving in an Alex Perry look.
Brooks tapped into the season’s bow trend, wearing a statement-making gown from Monsoori.
Sennott stunned in a Balenciaga outfit.
More to come...