Paco Rabanne designed her knee-length skirt and matching, button-down top. Both were covered in sparkles, and the latter was embellished with a crystal collar and short, cascading sleeves.
She completed the look with silver pumps.
Designed by Chanel, her pantsuit included wide-leg trousers and a matching jacket — both in shades of orange, red, black, and white.
She wore the jacket with nothing underneath, and kept it held together with only a small clasp.
Her white Kaviar Gauche dress was crafted entirely from tulle. It had a tiered bodice, an off-the-shoulder neckline, and a long train.
The British actor complemented the look with white sandals and pearls in her hair.
Designed by Giorgio Armani, her sleeveless gown was sheer across her shoulders, collarbone, and waist, and covered with a sparkling, bralette-style panel across her chest.
The German model accessorized the black garment with silver jewelry, including a necklace, small earrings, and a septum nose ring.
Valentino created her sleeveless gown, which was made from tan mesh and embellished with a chainmail-style layer of black leather bows.
To make her outfit even edgier, Hathaway added long leather gloves, a “no-makeup” makeup look, and black pumps.
For the “BlackBerry” premiere, Dunham wore a handcrafted dress created by her friend Jill. It featured a mesh base illustrated with black-and-red doodles, and layers of black yarn loosely draped on top.
Baruchel complemented her in a white T-shirt, matching sneakers, and a deep-gray jacket and trouser set.
Her navy-blue gown was sleeveless with a scoop neckline and floor-length skirt.
But its most striking detail was its backless bodice, which was draped with thin layers of crystal-covered fabric.
Her strapless black dress had a corset bodice and a full, tulle skirt.
She kept with the dark theme by adding black pumps, smokey eye makeup, and a black bow in her hair.
Designed by Alexander McQueen, her black outfit included floor-length trousers and a matching jacket with crystal embellishments.
The sparkling pieces lined the bottom of the jacket and highlighted the two waist cutouts that revealed her stomach and back.
The “Stranger Things” actor wore a casual-looking suit, which showed off a silky button-down shirt with a matching pocket square.
He completed the look with sleek black shoes.
The makeup artist and hair stylist wore an oversized suit jacket and pants embellished with black flowers. A black, silky button-down shirt matched the satin lapel on his jacket.
Morbach finished off the look with an all-black New York Yankees cap and sparkly loafers.
Lee’s structural gray top was playful yet sophisticated, and it rested nicely over a minidress of the same color.
To round out the elegant look, Lee wore black, pointed-toe pumps, a simple bracelet, and a classic string necklace.
Julia Colléaux designed her jacket, which had puffed shoulders, pockets, and gold buttons. The lapel was also emphasized using sparkling gold fabric.
Ky kept the rest of the look simple with black pants, a black shirt, and slouchy black knee-high boots.
She used the accent color again by adding a pair of gold earrings as accessories.
The actor wore a Vivienne Westwood floor-length gown with ruffles at the shoulders and a slightly slouched cowl neck.
She carried a black clutch bag and wore her hair long over her right shoulder.
The actor wore a soft-yellow sweater with green-and-white stripes lining the wrists and a V-neck, which showed off a patterned, blue, collared shirt he wore underneath.
He tucked the front of his sweater into a pair of rose-colored pants, revealing a simple black belt.
Hardung accessorized with black dress shoes and a chunky silver-colored watch.
The actor and producer wore a gown by kisui Berlin, a Berlin-based bridal fashion brand. The gown featured puffy sleeves, a boat neckline, and a short train. The fabric was iridescent and gave the gown a pearly-white allure.
Jazama accessorized the look with Amélie George bridal jewelry and matching white Aldo shoes.
The actor’s monochromatic look was made exciting by features like feathers and glittery embellishments.
Her sleeves were slit up to the top of her arms, which gave the illusion of a cape, and the feather detailing at the bottom completed a small train. The gown’s see-through fabric also revealed a black corset-like undergarment with a plunging neckline of its own.
The long-sleeved dress had a crew neckline and flouncy sleeves that cinch at the wrists.
Hara’s ankle-length gown revealed black closed-toe heels with chunky chain detailing at the top.