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Poppy, Lupita Nyong'o and Other Celebs Went All out With Bold Fashion Choices on the Red Carpet This Week

From red contacts to holographic suits.
L-R: Lupita Nyong'o, Olivia Wilde, Poppy, and Ciara. Photos: Getty Images.

L-R: Lupita Nyong'o, Olivia Wilde, Poppy, and Ciara. Photos: Getty Images.

While the fashion world is still reeling from the end of a relentlessly hectic Fashion Month, celebrities are keeping their foot on our necks with plenty of bold and adventurous red carpet looks. For the iHeartRadio Music Awards, singer Poppy opted for the ultimate statement piece, a dress emblazoned with the words "Go To Hell" from Viktor and Rolf's viral couture collection. Lupita Nyong'o, on the other hand, allowed for her vampy makeup and apropos red contacts (spooky!) to speak for themselves at the London premiere of "Us," where she wore a wore a sequined red, black and gold dress from Attico.

Other celebrities opted for bright colors, such as AnnaSophia Robb, who wore a fiery red Simone Rocha dress to the premiere of Hulu's "The Act" in New York. Olivia Wilde chose a similar hue for her look, designed by Peter Dundas, which she wore to the world premiere of "Booksmart" at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas. Ella Mai's holographic suit by Sies Marjan and Skai Jackson's neon-green dress by Christian Cowan also fit with the more-is-more trend of the week. 

In addition to playful color palettes, several celebrities also worked eye-catching patterns into their looks this week: Aidy Bryant wore a polka-dot blouse paired with a soft pink suit from Eloquii at the New York premiere of Hulu's "Shrill." Meanwhile, Eva Green wore a black-and-white Iris van Herpen Haute Couture gown to the Los Angeles premiere of "Dumbo," while Ciara donned a Tom Ford leopard-print two-piece for an event in New York City. 

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