An iconic moment in celebrating natural textured hair.
These were the not-to-be-missed beauty looks from the red carpet.
We asked the experts for their best tips.
But mostly... Diana Ross!
This is a real feat of fashion.
So many ways to look fancy.
Featuring plenty of suiting and skirts with thigh-high slits.
Black, white and red seemed to be the color palette of choice among the event's best-dressed attendees.
She wore fantastic Dolce & Gabbana for a visit to SiriusXM Studios on Wednesday.
It somehow came off looking impossibly sophisticated.
Kate Middleton, however, wore green.
Also presenting: a dazzling sartorial rainbow.
And sparkly velvet, too.
"When other cultures are respected and acknowledged for their traditions and we aren't, it becomes a deeper issue that needs to be spoken about."
The award-winning actress is the latest "Vogue" cover star — her fourth for the magazine.
"Being featured on the cover of a magazine fulfills me as it is an opportunity to show other dark, kinky-haired people, and particularly our children, that they are beautiful just the way they are."
If you can't have fun at Comic-Con, there's just no hope for you.
Styled by Edward Enninful and modeled by Slick Woods, Adwoa Aboah, Lupita Nyong'o and more, this one packs a punch.
Costume designers William Ivey Long, Clint Ramos and Paloma Young, plus triple threat Sutton Foster count 10 trophies among them.