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Anna Kendrick is belle of the ball

Published 15/01/2014

Anna Kendrick
Anna Kendrick

Anna Kendrick lead the way in the style stakes at the Unicef Ball last night.

The Up in the Air actress looked stunning in a strapless garnet gown that flowed to the floor and had a bodice detailed with sheer diamond cut-outs.

With her hair loosely pulled back in a half up, half down style, the 28-year-old looked effortlessly stylish.

Anna wasn't the only actress who made an impression on the red carpet in Beverly Hills.

Former Charmed star Alyssa Milano also looked sensational in a black velvet gown which featured lace cut outs.

Attending the event with her husband Dave Bugliari, the 41-year-old was beaming.

Not all female stars wore a dress for the occasion.

Actress Leah Remini also chose slimming black, but opted for a satin finish long-sleeved jumpsuit.

The outfit kept her fairly covered except for a hint of cleavage and Leah finished the look with chandelier earrings for a glamorous evening look.

Fellow actress Téa Leoni also stood out on the red carpet with her choice of white blouse and silky blue maxi skirt.

As well as the gorgeous gowns, there were a number of dapper gentlemen at the ball too.

Golden Globe winner Michael Douglas led the way in a classic tuxedo.

The Behind the Candelabra star was among the honourees at the event as the recipient of the Danny Kaye Humanitarian Peace Award.

Actor James Marsden, Michael Sheen and Jerry Weintraub also went for a similar black and white combination, while Sylvester Stallone opted for blue pinstriped suit.

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