Celebrity News Best Looks of the Week

Published on October 24th, 2015 | by


Best Looks of the Week: Allison Williams' Glittering Gown, Sienna Miller's Beaded Frock & More!

by Lindsey Sirera Fri., Oct. 23, 2015 10:17 AM PDT

Best Looks of the Week

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Anyone else getting mixed-vibes from the red carpets this week?

On one end of the spectrum, there were light, airy frocks. Beginning with Kiernan Shipka—who’s hands-down one of the most stylish figures in Hollywood right now at the ripe age of 15—the Mad Men star whipped up a dainty Giamba design with delicate floral appliques. Complimenting her spring-ready number, Sienna Miller delivered a glittering beaded Rodarte mini with subtle ruffled accents and a plunging décolletage.

PHOTOS: See even more of it-girl Kiernan Shipka’s best looks

On the flip side, dark and dramatic gowns made quite a statement—and oh, were we impressed. Kicking things off, Karlie Kloss donned a Victorian-inspired Dolce & Gabbana number with understated-sultry lace paneling. Then, Rose Leslie did a complete style-180 from her former Game of Thrones character (recall her wildling Ygritte days?) with this undeniably ladylike Jenny Packham confection. And while each and every one of these ladies put forth an unforgettable red carpet look, it’s going to be tough competition to beat out Allison Williams—c’mon, just look at that exquisite Lanvin number!

Alright, it’s time for you to weigh in—who wins best dressed this week? Vote now!

PHOTOS: Even more killer red carpet looks


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