ICYMI: The Best Looks From Comic-Con 2016

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Despite being the ultimate event for geeks en masse, head-turning fashion was in abundance at Comic-Con 2016. From Brie Larson being announced as Captain Marvel lead Carol Danvers to Cara Delevingne debuting a freshly chopped ‘do to Lupita Nyong’o’s playful Givenchy confection alongside the Black Panther cast, here are the best looks from this past weekend’s San Diego showcase.

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The Best Looks From Comic-Con 2016

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Brie Larson

As it was announced that she will star in Marvel's first-ever female-led film, Brie Larson stunned in a Resort 2017 jumpsuit by Gabriela Hearst and these Stuart Weitzman platform sandals.

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Emma Roberts

Wearing a gown by Giamba, Emma Roberts perfected feminine-with-an-edge while attending the Fox Fanfare Party with the cast of Scream Queens. Shop a similar style here.

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Lupita Nyong'o

Always one to have fun with fashion, Lupita Nyong'o donned a dollar-printed tulle dress and black calf leather sandals from Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci while promoting Black Panther. Shop similar sandals here.

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Rachel McAdams

Rachel McAdams looked achingly modern in a mesh-paneled dress from Self-Portrait's Resort 2017 collection while promoting Doctor Strange. Shop a similar style here.

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Cara Delevingne

Promoting her new film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Cara looked cool in DSquared2 Resort 2017 camo sequin pants and two-tone lace-up booties and DSTLD T-shirt. Shop similar pants here.

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Margot Robbie

While promoting Suicide Squad, Margot Robbie looked gorgeous in an asymmetrical dress by Monse (shop a similar style here) and this Mara Carrizo Scalise bracelet.

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Lauren Cohan

While attending AMC's The Walking Dead panel, Lauren Cohan wore this fringe-adorned colorblock frock by Altuzarra.

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Jaimie Alexander

Sparkling in a sequin slip dress by Tracy Reese and suede appliqué heels by Stuart Weitzman, Blindspot's Jaimie Alexander brought the glam at Entertainment Weekly's Annual Comic-Con Party.