On the red carpet: Delta Goodrem, Jennifer Lawrence, Sophie Turner, Anna Kendrick

Delta Goodrem’s floral-lace embellished gown won a national poll to determine the best-dressed star at the Logie Awards in Melbourne. 

The singer arrived at Australian TV’s night of nights in a custom design by Paolo Sebastian.

On the red carpet: Delta Goodrem, Jennifer Lawrence, Sophie Turner, Anna Kendrick

Jennifer Lawrence was stunning in silk Dior at the London premiere of X-Men Apocalypse.

The halter-tied back and keyhole neckline made her look a thoroughly modern version of Marilyn. Jimmy Choos and white Pomellato diamonds finished the look.

On the red carpet: Delta Goodrem, Jennifer Lawrence, Sophie Turner, Anna Kendrick

Sophie Turner looked dramatic in sheer-striped black at the same event.

The Game of Thrones star’s corseted gown is by Balmain and she accessorised with a Tyler Alexandra clutch and De Beers jewellery.

On the red carpet: Delta Goodrem, Jennifer Lawrence, Sophie Turner, Anna Kendrick

Anna Kendrick chose an offbeat but very pretty Altuzarra dress for the British Academy of Film and Television Awards in London.

The pink, red and black paillettes are statement enough, so her simple Roger Vivier clutch and black Jimmy Choos make perfect accents.


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