Hollywood stars played it pretty safe, but there were still some subtle fashion risks.
These were the beauty looks that stole the red carpet.
Whether it was in monochromatic black, menswear-inspired outfits or bright neon, these ladies brought their style A-game.
Plus, Daniel Lee's influence on Bottega Veneta.
The celebrity-filled red (uh, purple) carpet featured dozens of dazzling looks — and some genius Marvel-inspired accessories.
Costume designer Keri Langerman did, however, make fake merch for the movie.
Alessandro Michele's vision at its best.
'Tis the season!
What a costuming opportunity.
And Christy Turlington has created maternity jeans for Citizens of Humanity.
Just when we thought she couldn't be more synonymous with the French brand.
A simple hairstyle and pared back accessories are all you need.
And Natalie Portman looks stunning for Miss Dior and Diorskin Nude Air.
And Shiona Turini was just announced as a contributor for 'The Cut.'
And Natalie Portman covers 'Elle' France in (what else?) Dior.
Get ready to see lots of celebrity leg.
Did we mention his collection's inspired by chandeliers and sex toys? Because it is.
Oscar de la Renta defends John Galliano and Louis Vuitton debuts its long awaited David Bowie and Arizona Muse fashion film in today's news roundup.