The Critics' Choice Awards are underway. And our favorite part about the award show? The red carpet gowns, of course.
So far, it seems Lanvin is the evening's most popular choice, with the Parisian label dressing four people and all A-list nominees, no less. That's a coup for any brand, by any standard.
Sandra Bullock, who was styled by Elizabeth Stewart, looked smashing advancing down the carpet in a custom-made raspberry crepe strapless tiered-ruffle creation by Alber Elbaz. The gown totally suited her coloring and her body.
Cate Blanchett, also styled by Stewart, arrived in head-to-toe Lanvin: a bottle-green long dress in stretch crepe, with a wide black leather belt with crystal detailing, and black suede evening sandals, all from the Parisian label's fall precollection. Now that's status, baby!
Also spotted wearing Lanvin? Matthew McConaughey and Pharrell Williams.
McConaughey wore a silver silk-textured houndstooth Lanvin tuxedo with black satin peak lapel, black silk pants and white tuxedo shirt, while Williams -- whose song "Happy" from Despicable Me 2 is a Critics' Choice nominee for best song in a movie -- donned head-to-toe Lanvin with a slim-cut shawl-collar shiny black tuxedo jacket with petrol blue raw silk pants, white cotton dress shirt, black silk bow tie and black patent leather derbies.
Sharp dressed men, indeed.