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Marc Jacobs' Latest Runway Looks Ruled Last Night's Red Carpets

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Lady Gaga and Carey Mulligan

Lady Gaga and Carey Mulligan both stunned in Jacobs' spring 2016 designs on Monday evening.

Between both coasts, it felt like there was a never-ending number of events taking place on Monday night. From the the Rock the Kasbah premiere and the 2015 National Arts Awards in New York to Elle's Women in Hollywood Awards and the Nasty Baby premiere in L.A., there seemed to be twice as many stars out and about. That said, there were just as many outfits to scope out — and the two looks that happened to stand out most were from Marc Jacobs' spring 2016 collection.

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Lady Gaga and Carey Mulligan took the designer's looks straight from the runway to the red carpet, both looking fab at the events they attended.

Lady Gaga, who's been supporting BFF Brandon Maxwell's designs on the red carpet as of late, opted for Jacobs' multipatterned two-piece outfit at the 2015 National Arts Awards, where she was accompanied by Tony Bennett. The look, which was worn by Joan Smalls on the runway, oozed a lighthearted yet still sexy vibe with its colorfully embellished details and a thigh-high slit that showed off Gaga's toned gams. The crimson red pout and bright pink pumps rounded out the American Horror Story: Hotel star's bold attire.

Over on the West Coast, Mulligan continued her red-carpet winning streak in a Marc Jacobs powder blue suit that cinched at her tiny waist and featured satin lapels with decorative pins. The new mama simply glowed in the structured feminine piece, which was balanced out with Mulligan's relaxed do and nude pumps.

The Suffragette actress stepped out for Elle's Women in Hollywood celebration at the Four Seasons Hotel, where she reunited with co-star Meryl Streep and joined Dakota Johnson, America Ferrera, Kate Winslet, Bella Heathcote and Jenna Dewan Tatum, to name a few attendees, at the star-studded event.

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