Critics Choice Awards

For the best fashion news and red-carpet arrival photos at the Critics' Choice Awards, click through our non-stop style coverage. See which TV and movie stars made it to our best-dressed list, and ogle the designer gowns, dresses and jewelry that earned them a top spot. And don't forget to check out the night's stand-out fashion trends and the winners of the major awards. Plus: Follow easy tutorials for the best beauty looks at the Critics' Choice Awards, including totally gorgeous hairstyles, makeup and manicures.

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Honestly, Sandra Oh's Critics' Choice Awards Dress Would Make the Perfect Wedding Gown
Emily Smith, Lafayette 148's creative director, shares some background on how this sleek, stunning design came together.
Every Red Carpet Look at the 2022 Critics Choice Awards
Following a two-month delay, the 27th annual Critics Choice Awards, a night honoring the very best film and television performances, were finally broadcast live and in person. And without question, just the red carpet fashion alone was worth the wait. While Lady Gaga's plunging Gucci gown with a bra-slash-bustier top and dramatic train might have won the night, there were plenty of other looks that tied for a close second. Take, for instance, Selena Gomez, who embraced Old Hollywood in a custom red Louis Vuitton dress that featured a built-in cape and a keyhole cutout at the bust, or Kristen Stewart and her fiancée Dylan Meyer's coordinating couple's outfits. There was also breakout style star and Squid Game actress Hoyeon Jung who looked more avant-garde in a beaded flapper-style dress with a bustle underneath. RELATED: Lady Gaga's Plunging Gucci Gown Was the Main Event at the Critics Choice Awards Ranging from retro and sophisticated to fun and downright playful, scroll below for the best-dressed stars of the night.
Anya Taylor-Joy's Fancy Tulle Gown Took 200 Hours to Make
Dior gave InStyle a behind-the-scenes look at how her Critics' Choice Awards look came to be.

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Kate Bosworth Wore White To The Critic's Choice Awards. Here's Why.
Whether you are covering awards season like us here at or simply watching from your couch, it’s undeniable: This awards season has been different from any we’ve seen before. At the Globes, we saw waves of black dresses walk the red carpet in support of the #TimesUp movement. It was chill-inducing to see how powerful such a visual stance could be. And it didn’t take away from the fashion either. Actress after actress stunned, and showed her unique personal style, albeit in the same shade as her sister. “The #TimesUp movement has been deeply inspiring and absolutely critical,” Kate Bosworth told days after the Globes, as she got ready for the Critics Choice Awards. “No one in the workplace should feel vulnerable from an abuse of power, harassed, or diminished. It has also been incredibly inspiring to see such an extraordinary group of women come together. Historically, actresses have been made to feel competitive or insecure about one another. I have always tried to champion a feeling of “inclusiveness” in the industry.”