Get those legs out! The ladies of the MTV Movie Awards brought their fashion A-Game in a way we rarely see on more 'formal' red carpets ala Cannes fest and Golden Globes. Young Hollywood came out in full-force wearing cute, short cut pieces, some by lesser-known designers who don't have the global identity that bigger brands enjoy. Here are some of favourite looks of the night...
Soon-to-be Mrs. Timberlake, Jessica Biel rocked a bell-sleeved Chanel sweater shirt with a mod fringe and tan to boot. Speaking of boots, we love her seafoam green and white platforms by French-Vietnamese designer Barbara Bui. She matches the background perfectly!
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A smoldering Charlize Theron cut a svelte figure in a fitted Lanvin cocktail dress complete with waist train. Look for her in the theatre this season playing a wickedly vindictive Evil Queen in the upcoming summer blockbuster Snow White and the Huntsman.
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The Snow White to Charlize's evil queen...Kristen Stewart rocked an Eighties glam minidress from little know brand Guishem, the brainchild of Guatemalan designer Guillermo Jop. She elevated her look with a pair of pointy-toed Louboutins.
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The Amazing Spiderman's on & off-screen main squeeze Emma Stone left her Lanvin at home, opting for a silverscreen number from Australian designer Martin Grant - very Marilyn.
One of our favourites, Eva Amurri (daughter to the incomparable Susan Sarandon) made jaws drop in this form-hugging cream number from Holmes & Yang - the brand founded by actress Katie Holmes and best-friend stylist Jeanne Yang.
Harry who? Emma Watson continues to prove her Hermione days are long gone looking fierce in a violet-printed dress from Brood, the fledgling brand of Serkan Sarier, an alumnus of Giambattista Valli, Carolina Herrera, and the couture atelier of Emanuel Ungaro. She pairs her mini with Tabitha Simmons sandals.
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