The ladies who we felt really turned it out in the dress department (and from head-to-toe, really) were Marion Cotillard, Diane Kruger and Emily Blunt.
As the star of the latest installment of the Lady Dior Web saga, it's no surprise that Cotillard, who was nominated for best supporting actress for movie-musical "Nine," wore Dior Couture on the red carpet. Her exquisite pale green silk georgette embroidered dress, featuring a bustier bodice, was accompanied by satin shoes and clutch, also from the fashion house.
Cotillard's jewelry, courtesy of Chopard, amounted to a whopping 83 carats! That includes her fancy shape white diamond sautoir set in yellow gold (55 carats), trillion shape white diamond pendant (12 carats) and an emerald cut fancy yellow diamond ring set in platinum and yellow gold (16 carats).
Not one to shy away from sparkle, Blunt stepped out in a shimmery iron gray sequined tulle dress with fish scale embroidery by Georges Chakra Couture. "The Young Victoria" star kept the rest of her look chic and simple with minimal jewelry and a black python clutch from Cecelia.
Kruger, who would look beautiful in a burlap bag, chose a white asymmetrical number from Donna Karan that hugged her body in all the right places. The "Inglorious Basterds" star looked ethereal as ever with the goddess draping and a pair of Jimmy Choo heels (which were hidden by the long train... oh well).
Plus, see the shocking on-stage kiss everyone's talking about.
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