Anne Hathaway in Valentino
Anne is always a stellar example of feminine princess chic on the red carpet. She may not be the most exciting but she is always stunning.
Stella McCartney, Liv Tyler and Kate Hudson in Stella McCartney
These three are pretty as a picture as always. Although between the three I think Liv takes the crown for the best dressed.
M.I.A, Alexander Wang and Zoe Kravitz in Alexander Wang
It is hard to look young and relaxed at such an extreme style event but these three win a gold medal for effort and execution. I adore M.I.A's chain mail dress and rings against her pinned 40s curls.
Zoe Saldana in Calvin Klein
Simply stunning. I have been noticing Zoe for a while now and for all the right reasons. Her style is so flawless and this Calvin Klein dress shows of her style credentials (and banging body) perfectly.
Kate Bosworth in Valentino
To be honest I don't have a whole lot to say about this dress. I mean it is a beautiful dress and suits her style and shape perfectly but I am not in love with. It isn't the most daring dress of the evening...I am more of an M.I.A girl myself.
Alexa Chung in Philip Lim
The masculine trend was much bigger at the Gala last year. But comparing Rihanna and Alexa's take on the trend I much prefer Alexa. It is much more coquettish and feminine than Rihanna's uber-structured look.
Chloe Sevigny in Proenza Schouler
This colour is amazin' and the balance between short hem and formal occasion is neatly balanced. I am knew Chloe would think outside the box, and this outfit is just another example of why she is such a style icon.
Kirsten Dunst in Rodarte
I go between loving and, well, not loving this look but at this very second I am loving it. It is a little bit like a dishevelled wedding dress a la Madonna and the detailing is elegant especially the on the shoulder and the pearls along the bust.
Sienna Miller in Emilio Pucci with Jude Law. Hottest couple ever.
She is smoking, he is a stud. Enough said.