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2021-03-08T10:19:25.231Z

The awards season is in full swing, and at the awards ceremony, the Hollywood stars once again showed up with the best designer clothes. Here are the outstanding dressers, and the ones a little less



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Tie with a Twist: The Outstanding Dresses from the Visitors' Awards Ceremony

The awards season is in full swing, and at the awards ceremony, the Hollywood stars once again showed up with the best designer clothes.

Maybe in the spirit of Women's Day today, the women decided to wear locks - and did it great.

Here are the outstanding dressers, and the ones a little less

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Gal Slonimsky

Monday, 08 March 2021, 11:14 Updated: 11:35

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While they slept, an overseas visitors' ceremony was held, which made all Hollywood women once again put on designer clothes and glittery dresses.

In the spirit of the time, this time too part of the ceremony was virtual as not all of the invited guests came to the physical stage in Los Angeles.

However, this did not stop them from looking the best they could.

Against the background of International Women's Day marked today, many of the locks made a tribute to the male wardrobe and proved that this separation between male and female locks has long been irrelevant.

Here are all the intriguing looks from the glittering evening.



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Gal Gadot - Prabel Gurong

Maybe it's the national pride, but it makes more sense that it's just the reality - Gal Gadot ceremony after ceremony manages to dazzle us and achieve the title of "the good dresser".

The international star who only recently announced her third pregnancy, played her huge with a black-and-white look by Prabel Gurong that features formal tailored pants and a white top made of huge ruffles that add to the drama effect.

With red lipstick and Tiffany diamond earrings - there is no better look than this.

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Shira Haas - Armenian

Shira Haas for the first time abandoned the fashion house that adopted her, Chanel, and decided to diversify with a prom dress that Armani wore.

Haas wore a thin suspenders dress made of two layers, with the top layer widening, in a gray hue with a delicate embroidery of flowers.

It was classic, it was sparkling, it was formal - but we're already expecting more daring.

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Emma Corinne - Skiaferly

The actress has taken it upon herself to be the most intriguing dresser at this year’s ceremonies.

For the current ceremony, she chose to wear a dress from Sikfarly's bizarre and special collection.

This is a black mini dress with a neckline in the center of the body and pearl decorations.

To this of course you will add the oversized earrings which are an integral part of the look and stiletto in Jimmy Choo black color.

Admittedly, not everyone can hold such an odd outfit so perfectly, and Emma Corinne does it wonderfully.

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Amanda Seyfried - Mew Mew

Say hello to tonight's outstanding dresser.

Amanda Seyfried makes a school for all dressers who want to move on the scale between feminine and masculine with a precise Mew Mew outfit.

On the runway, Kia Gerber presented this outfit in a pretty ordinary way, and then came Amna Seyfried and close stylist Elizabeth Stewart, the one who also dressed Gal Gadot, and gave him a twist that was hugely upgraded.

Seyfard's look consists of tailored trousers in black in a seven-eighth cut with a transparent crystal shirt and the upgrade: a white collar with a bow and buttons.

With a gathered hairstyle and delicate heels - according to Stewart, "If this look was a cocktail, it would have consisted of Greta Garbo, Lisa Minelli in 'Cabaret' and a bit of Charlie Chaplin."

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Zendaya - Valentino

Another gifted dresser is Zandaya, who perfectly manages to hold the attitude of not counting anyone from a meter and still convey gentleness and tenderness.

This time, for her, the close stylist, Low Roach, chose a Valentino dress that consists of a wide, large skirt in the color of their stain and part of it that looks like a simple and shiny tank top.

Not sure it's something we would wear to the red carpet, but for Zendaya everything works.

The interesting plus is in the braid hairstyle cut that contains messages about history, pride and belonging.

It is interesting to remember that even at last year's Critics Awards ceremony, Zendaya arrived with a similar hairstyle.

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Phoebe Dinborough - Louis Vuitton

The star of the show is Phoebe Dinbor, who is Daphne from the Netflix hit "Bridgerton".

So now the stage has come to order red carpets and she does so in a leather midi dress with silver Louis Vuitton embellishments, which really doesn’t fit the character she played on screen.

It's time to show the world that it also has rough sides.

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Anya Taylor Joy - Housing

The "Queen Gambit" star apparently fell in love with the Dior fashion house and the designs of Maria Gracia Curry, otherwise there is no explanation for her adherence to ceremony after ceremony in the brand's dresses.

After excelling in the Golden Globe with a green look of housing, this time she went downhill with a purple tulle dress, with tremendous potential and with a little less realization, which is also that of the French fashion house.

Maybe it's the cleavage that didn't work out 100% or the extra glove addition, but something there didn't work.

Maybe purple is just not your color.

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Cynthia Aribo - Vera Wong

Cynthia Aribo always dresses big and this time she went for a Vera Wong floral dress that features bold shoulders, a long trail, a precise neckline and a proper front slit that reveals a black bottom and not just any more unnecessary skin.

Drama at its best.

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Gillian Anderson - Housing

Gillian Anderson not only returned home from this ceremony with the Best Actress award, but also with a pile of praise for the successful tailored look she wore.

Anderson went for a sleeveless satin suit from Dior that features classic black pants that are necessary in any wardrobe with a top that has a sort of large collar that provides the necessary twist to this look, making it a mega-accurate.

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