Celebrity 16 Celebrities Who Went Full Belle on the Red Carpet By Olivia Bahou Olivia Bahou Facebook Olivia Solomon is a New York-based writer and editor who covers all things fashion, lifestyle, celebrity, and pop culture. She was previously the Assistant Digital Editor for InStyle, and her work has appeared in many national publications. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on March 14, 2017 @ 12:30PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty; Alamy Beauty and the Beast's appeal is spilling over from the screen to the fashion world, and the proof is on the red carpet. Belle's off-the-shoulder, tiered ball gown is surprisingly on-trend, with everyone from Hollywood sweetheart Alicia Vikander to music superstar Rihanna channeling the Disney princess. Whether they were dressing up for an award show, movie premiere, or even a modern-day ball, these stars updated the timeless style for their own stand-out moment on the red carpet, with help from some gorgeous jewels, sky-high stilettos, and glam squads. After all, Belle's animated wardrobe was the original celebrity stylist. VIDEO: Beauty and the Beast Official U.S. Trailer Keep scrolling for 16 celebrities who took a style cue from Belle when they got dressed for the red carpet. From canary yellow hues to tiered gowns and shoulder-baring silhouettes, these stars wore their love for the fierce princess on their sleeves—er, skirts. 01 of 16 Emma Watson Jamie McCarthy/Getty While Watson wasn't technically on a red carpet, the Beauty and the Beast star herself channeling Belle in a Dior Haute Couture cowl-neck gown is too meta to ignore. 02 of 16 Leslie Mann Steve Granitz/WireImage Mann's strapless, tiered dress at the 2017 Academy Awards was straight out of a fairytale. 03 of 16 Isla Fisher Dave M. Benett/WireImage Fisher's Vanity Fair after-party dress was giving us major princess vibes. 04 of 16 Katie Holmes Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty This ruffled, off-the-shoulder silhouette and full skirt couldn't look more like Belle's. 05 of 16 Franziska Knuppe Andreas Rentz/Getty This sweetheart neckline and fitted corset makes Knuppe look like a princess IRL. 06 of 16 Anna Faris Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage This canary yellow hue screams Beauty and the Beast. 07 of 16 Rihanna Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty RiRi was giving regal vibes at the 2015 Met Gala. 08 of 16 Lea Seydoux Tim P. Whitby/Getty In 2017, Belle would totally be wearing cutouts. 09 of 16 Kirsten Dunst Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/FilmMagic Embellished train and cold-shoulder neckline? Belle would be proud. 10 of 16 Julianne Moore Jason Merritt/WireImage Long sleeves and a pleated skirt bring this ball gown up to modern day. 11 of 16 Bryce Dallas Howard Getty Howard's floral embellishments make this yellow gown into a girly girl's dream. 12 of 16 Alicia Vikander Ethan Miller/Getty Vikander's bubbly high-low hemline gave a whole new dimension to her Oscar dress. 13 of 16 Serayah McNeill Jason Merritt/Getty McNeill's bright yellow hue would make the princess proud. 14 of 16 Nina Dobrev Mike Coppola/Getty While this dress isn't yellow, the sheer-illusion neckline and embellished bodice are too good not to make the list. 15 of 16 Olivia Palermo NCP/Star Max/Getty The style star's A-symmetrical dress and cap sleeves are fit for a modern-day princess. 16 of 16 Salma Hayek Dan MacMedan/WireImage Hayek's caped yellow gown and luxe velvet belt at the SAG Awards looked positively royal.