Critics' Choice Awards - who was the best-dressed?

Nicole Kidman, Kate Beckinsale, Hailee Steinfeld and Emma Stone wowed on the red carpet at the Critics’ Choice Awards.

Some of the biggest names in film and TV arrived at the annual event, which kicks off the awards season.

Emma Stone was one of the many stars who wore black.

Kate also opted for black, but went for a long flowing number.

And Nicole flashed a leg and a very toned stomach.

Bryce Dallas Howard bucked the trend in yellow.

And ex Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon took on pink and red.

Hailee dazzled in a beautiful floral number.

Viola Davis kept it simple in blue.

Lily Collins and Amy Adams wore white

Natalie Portman, who won a gong, covered her bump in a flowing dress.

Kaley Cuoco wore pink trousers.

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