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PICS: The 27 Hottest Looks From the 2016 Critics' Choice Awards
It’s official: Awards season has kicked off with a major bang. In the months before the Academy Awards, there's always a parade of non-stop ceremonies honoring the finest in entertainment. But more importantly, those ceremonies give fans a sneak peek at the potential fashion hits and misses they’ll see on the big night. Paving the way was the 22nd annual Critics’ Choice Awards, which took place on Sunday night in Santa Monica. And just as expected, there were plenty of jaw-dropping looks for audiences to ooh and ahh over. PHOTOS: 15 Sizzling Styles From the 2016 GQ Men of the Year Party Interestingly enough, several ‘90s starlets proudly made their mark on the red carpet. Anna Chlumsky, formerly of "My Girl" (1991) and its sequel (1994), stunned viewers ing a body-hugging red dress that enhanced her never-ending curves. There was also Cynthia Nixon of "Sex and the City" fame, who apparently got the same memo as Chlumsky and wore a crimson-hued satin gown that would've easily outshined Carrie Bradshaw. We also can't forget Jessica Biel of "7th Heaven," who flaunted her post-baby body with a sophisticated take on a tie-dye gown complete with a daring v-neck. And finally, there was Mandy Moore, who rocked a dangerously low-cut navy dress. READ: Britney Spears Names 'The Worst Thing' She's Ever Done in Her Career But the night wasn’t just one big throwback. "Edge of Seventeen" actress Hailee Steinfeld garnered much of the attention thanks to a strapless floral gown that perfectly enhanced her tiny waist. Missed the festivities? See all of our favorite ensembles from the Critics’ Choice Awards below:
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Michelle Williams

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Cynthia Nixon

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Janelle Monae

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Kate Beckinsale

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Amy Adams

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Haley Lu Richardson

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Kerry Washington

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Hailee Steinfeld

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Julie Bowen

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Nicole Kidman

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Emma Stone

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Auli'i Cravalho

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Tracee Ellis Ross

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Ariel Winter

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Katheryn Winnick

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Allison Williams

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Sarah Hyland

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Lily Collins

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Bella Thorne

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Natalie Portman

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Mandy Moore

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Shiri Appleby

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Emmy Rossum

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Bryce Dallas Howard

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Anna Chlumsky

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Leslie Mann

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Jessica Biel

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PICS: The 27 Hottest Looks From the 2016 Critics' Choice Awards

It’s official: Awards season has kicked off with a major bang. In the months before the Academy Awards, there's always a parade of non-stop ceremonies honoring the finest in entertainment. But more importantly, those ceremonies give fans a sneak peek at the potential fashion hits and misses they’ll see on the big night. Paving the way was the 22nd annual Critics’ Choice Awards, which took place on Sunday night in Santa Monica. And just as expected, there were plenty of jaw-dropping looks for audiences to ooh and ahh over. PHOTOS: 15 Sizzling Styles From the 2016 GQ Men of the Year Party Interestingly enough, several ‘90s starlets proudly made their mark on the red carpet. Anna Chlumsky, formerly of "My Girl" (1991) and its sequel (1994), stunned viewers ing a body-hugging red dress that enhanced her never-ending curves. There was also Cynthia Nixon of "Sex and the City" fame, who apparently got the same memo as Chlumsky and wore a crimson-hued satin gown that would've easily outshined Carrie Bradshaw. We also can't forget Jessica Biel of "7th Heaven," who flaunted her post-baby body with a sophisticated take on a tie-dye gown complete with a daring v-neck. And finally, there was Mandy Moore, who rocked a dangerously low-cut navy dress. READ: Britney Spears Names 'The Worst Thing' She's Ever Done in Her Career But the night wasn’t just one big throwback. "Edge of Seventeen" actress Hailee Steinfeld garnered much of the attention thanks to a strapless floral gown that perfectly enhanced her tiny waist. Missed the festivities? See all of our favorite ensembles from the Critics’ Choice Awards below:

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