Co-host Anne Hathaway was one lucky woman last night. For one, she was able to wear 8 amazing looks as she walked down the red carpet and hosted the ceremony. Two, she didn't have to dress in drag.
Style of course by her trusty stylist, Rachel Zoe, she was also swathed in Tiffany jewels throughout the evening (See? Her luck never stops).
Let's take a look at some of the best and worst of the evening. Come on, we can't love them all.
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On the red carpet in Valentino
From the back and profile I loved this dress, straight on, not so much. Her hair and makeup however, were flawless.
Opening the ceremony in a cream-coloured strapless Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown.
This gown literally took my breath away. The more I looked at it and saw the movement, the more I loved it. Perfection, I was so thankful she wore this gown the longest!
In a burgundy silk gown by Atelier Versace
This was another favorite. The pictures do not do it justice, but during the show, the gown was again, amazing.
I'm not a huge fan of a tux on a lady, however, if I were to have one, this custom-made number by Lanvin would be in my closet…along with the Brian Atwood shoes of course.
Vivienne Westwood corseted ball gown
This dress did nothing for me. In fact, I rather hated it. Her updo only added to the 'Gone with the Wind' effect. Honey, this ain't Tara.
I rather liked this pop of blue latex looking (really satin) gown. Then again I am hard-pressed to dislike much from Armani. A pop of blue was needed by the time she donned this.
Hello 70's! I loved this dress almost as much as Anne seemed to.
I so wanted to like this dress, but I couldn't. In fact, I really detested it. There was a dart that ended at Anne's nipple area that I could not get past. You can't really see it in this photo, but on TV it was really quite disturbing.
– Lauren Dimet Waters
Photos: WireImage, The Daily Mail