Great genes? Check. Killer bodies? Check. The confidence to wear amazing clothes? Check, check. When it comes to stars who have an eye for fashion, there's no end to those who get it right.
Radiant in a glittering gown, Gwyneth Paltrow goes light on the accessories to avoid looking over-the-top.
A vivid yellow dress gives a glowing Kate Hudson head start in the race for "Most Luminous."
Though she spent quite a few years wearing nothing but black, Angelina Jolie knows how to rock a bright red dress.
No longer the girl next door, Katie Holmes keeps it simple but chic. Her long, loose hair and coy smile are all she needs to boost the femme fatale factor.
Christina Hendricks knows how to flatter her enviable shape with a modest neckline and feminine cap-sleeves.
It takes a brave woman to pull off such a short number, but Cameron Diaz has the legs to do it. Ready, set, Stairmaster!
Claire Danes balances the funky detail on her dress with muted colors and sleek hair.
Reese Witherspoon walks the line (successfully, may we add) between sexy and elegant in this corset-inspired number. Plus, royal blue flatters her blonde locks.
Intricate detail on the sleeves and unexpected zippers keep Penélope Cruz’s white dress looking couture, not bridal.
Paired with a simple white shift, Eva Longoria’s pink platform pumps steal the show.
A romantic braid and hint of sparkle soften the look of Nicole Kidman’s edgy, Goth-glam gown.
With a daughter named Coco, it’s no surprise that Courtney Cox is a stunner in a classic Chanel shift.
A sequined LBD may be timeless, but Jennifer Aniston’s layered locks and playful accessories make this one modern.
With spare accessories and windswept hair, Demi Moore subdues a sultry combination of feathers, sequins and a plunging neckline.
Though she wears a ladylike white coat, Catherine Zeta-Jones adds some va-va-voom to her look with big curls and a silky shirtdress.
Feathers and lace and sparkles, oh my! Brooke Shields balances the detail with a longer hemline and simple, loose hair.
Naomi Watts shines in a short gold dress. Bonus: the nude peep-toes make her legs look extra-long.
The modest cut and silver accessories temper the neon-pink hue of Halle Berry’s dress. The color flatters her skin tone and wows the crowd.
Playful lace inserts and a graphic pattern update the typical floral. Despite the detail, Sarah Jessica Parker doesn’t shy from accessorizing with glittering baubles.
Debra Messing takes a walk on the wild side with leopard print. The dark denim and simple gold hoops add polish.
A pearl bracelet and simple clutch round out the classic look of Meg Ryan’s sleek navy gown.
A ruffled blouse lends feminine flair to Geena Davis’s austere, all-black ensemble.
Funny girl Ellen Degeneres dresses up denim with a sharp blazer and cool white oxfords.
Queen of her own empire, Oprah is nothing but regal in a luxe peacock-inspired jacket.
Iman makes this bold pairing look effortless with complementary colors turquoise and gold-tinged orange.
Seemingly immune to aging, Sharon Stone shows off her hourglass figure with a silver-accented halter dress.
Never one to conform, Tilda Swinton takes the wrap dress to a new level in this blue number.
The Material Girl herself can’t resist piling on glittering accessories to accent the silver stars on her dress.
Proving that she’s beautiful and brave, Julianne Moore looks divine in a blue velvet gown.
Jamie Lee Curtis is more posh than corporate in a plum-hued blazer and dress set. Nude pointy-toed pumps add extra oomph to the look.
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