Entertainment Style Critics’ Choice Awards score top marks for blue carpet glamour
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Critics’ Choice Awards score top marks for blue carpet glamour

Margot Robbie Critics' Choice
Margot Robbie's Chanel dress was edgily feminine. Photo: Instagram
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After the fashion blackout at the Golden Globes, Hollywood welcomed back colour at the Critics’ Choice Awards on January 11 in Santa Monica, California.

Stars shone in muted colours, 1970s throwback looks and Grecian chic.

The blue carpet was awash with pretty looks and shorter hemlines at the gongs, which are traditionally more understated in terms of style than the full-tilt glamour of the upcoming Oscars.

Angelina Jolie, whose film First They Killed My Father was nominated, wore Australian label Ralph & Russo – a Meghan Markle favorite – with Neil Lane diamonds, velvet spike heels and a deep red lip.

Jolie’s pencil dress, a departure from her signature sweeping black gowns, was draped with white silk crêpe and ostrich feather features.

Angelina Jolie Critics' Choice
Angelina Jolie. Photo: Getty

Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot, who won the See Her award, went for goddess style in a silver sequin Prada gown with Gianvito Rossi heels.

Gal Gadot Critics' Choice
Gal Gadot. Photo: Getty

Margot Robbie was best dressed in Chanel striped dress with Jimmy Choo metallic sandals and an emerald-green ring that matched her belt. Her messy bun was tied with a thick black ribbon.

Margot Robbie Critics' Choice
Margot Robbie. Photo: Getty

Molly’s Game star and Best Actress nominee Jessica Chastain wore a draped emerald Vionnet halter neck gown.

Jessica Chastain Critics' Choice
Jessica Chastain. Photo: Getty

In The Fade star Diane Kruger shared public kisses with new boyfriend, actor Norman Reedus, in a Vera Wang gown with retro tiers and silver mesh detailing.

Diane Kruger Critics' Choice
Diane Kruger. Photo: Getty

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke wore a Dolce & Gabbana dress with silver polka dot detailing and Anita Ko jewellery.

Emilia Clarke Critics' Choice
Emilia Clarke. Photo: Getty

Nominee Jessica Biel, who stars in The Sinner, wore a red, black and pink Oscar de la Renta tulle dress with strappy sandals.

Jessica Biel Critics' Choice
Jessica Biel. Photo: Getty

Allison Janney from I, Tonya wore cobalt Michael Cinco.

Allison Janney
Allison Janney. Photo: Getty

Mudbound star and Best Supporting Actress nominee Mary J. Blige wore metallic Vivienne Westwood Couture.

Mary J Blige. Photo: Getty

Big Little Lies star Laura Dern went sleek in a Balmain tuxedo look.

Laura Dern Critics' Choice
Laura Dern. Photo: Getty

Feud: Betty and Joan star Kiernan Shipka was whimsical in a gelati-coloured Delpozo two-piece with metallic Miu Miu platforms.

Kiernan Shipka Critics Choice
Kiernan Shipka Photo: Getty

The Big Sick star Zoe Kazan in sweet but edgy Valentino.

Zoe Kazan Critics' Choice
Zoe Kazan. Photo: Getty

Call Me By Your Name star Armie Hammer and wife Elizabeth Chambers, who teamed a metallic sheath with gold fishnet and leather Christian Louboutin heels.

Armie Hammer Elizabeth Chambers Critics' Choice
Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers. Photo: Getty

The Handmaid’s Tale star Madeline Brewer in Elizabeth Kennedy gown, Giuseppe Zanotti heels, a Jimmy Choo clutch and Irene Neuwirth jewellery.

Madeline Brewer Critics' Choice
Madeline Brewer. Photo: Getty

Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland was ballerina perfection in Naeem Khan with Guiseppe Zanotti sandals and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

Sarah Hyland Critics' Choice
Sarah Hyland. Photo: Getty

Leslie Mann wore vintage style J.Mendel.

Leslie Mann Critics' Choice
Leslie Mann. Photo: Getty

Alison Brie (The Disaster Artist, The Post) wore a Roberto Cavalli dress, Jimmy Choo shoes and Edie Parker clutch.

Alison Brie Critics' Choice
Alison Brie. Photo: Getty

Critics’ Choice host Olivia Munn wore a Prada dress with Louboutins.

Olivia Munn Critics' Choice
Olivia Munn. Photo: Getty

This Is Us nominee Milo Ventimiglia wore a black velvet Ralph Lauren tuxedo with Montblanc cufflinks and Christian Louboutin shoes.

Milo Ventimiglia
Milo Ventimiglia. Photo: Getty

Stranger Things star Natalie Dyer wore Victorian-influenced Erdem with Sophia Webster heels and a Tyler Ellis clutch..

Natalia Dyer Critics' Choice
Natalia Dyer. Photo: Getty

Big Little Lies star Alexander Skarsgard was blue carpet urbane in a navy three-piece with classic accessories.

Alexander Skarsgard Critics' Choice
Alexander Skarsgard. Photo: Getty

Stranger Things’ Joe Keery (left) and Dacre Montgomery (in Brunello Cucinelli.)

Joe Keery and Dacre Montgomery
Joe Keery and Dacre Montgomery. Photo: Getty

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