Best & worst dressed: December 11
Gwen's known for her rock-and-roll aesthetic, but she scrubs up well, too. This feminine Prada frock looks stunning on the singer and the pale yellow hue is gorgeous against her skintone. We also love the hair and the dainty accessories which finish off the look.
We normally like Goldfrapp's avant-garde tastes, but this full-white body suit (and accompanying camel toe) is a big no-no anywhere, least of all on the red carpet.
We love it when British designers get some red carpet attention, and this floral Erdem dress is gorgeous and works well with Williams' pixie blonde hair and rosy lips.
Quelle horreur! This Dior dress isn't at all flattering, but the hair is a complete disaster. Perms are never a good idea!
Feathers may be trendy, but they're not the easiest look to pull off. Liv Tyler does it effortlessly by giving her embellished feather skirt with bejewelled waistline a tough edge with the masculine blazer and keeping the rest of the ensemble black. Love the coral lip as well.
Cher has an unbelievable body, but we don't need to see every inch of it, especially on the red carpet. The sheer top and sheer bra with micro-mini and fishnets look like a Halloween getup, and the embroidered shearling jacket and sequin skirt don't work either.