Stars bring back colour at the Critics’ Choice Awards after wearing black at the Golden Globes
The ceremony took place days after actresses used style choices to protest against sexual misconduct in Hollywood.
Stars opted for a splash of colour at the Critics’ Choice Awards after wearing black at the Golden Globes.
Nicole Kidman, who scooped a gong for Big Little Lies, wore a dazzling, pink gown, complete with ruffles and silver sequins.
Fellow winner Allison Janney, who was awarded a trophy for her role in I, Tonya, dazzled in a floor-length, blue frock.
The ceremony, in California, took place days after Hollywood stars wore black at the Golden Globes, to protest against sexual misconduct in Hollywood.
Many of the actresses at the Critics’ Choice Awards wore white, with Angelina Jolie in a shoulderless frock, slit to the thigh, with a feathered detail, on the blue carpet.
Actresses Kate Bosworth and Diane Kruger followed suit.
Saoirse Ronan donned a cream dress, which she contrasted with dark lipstick.
Winner Margot Robbie, who triumphed for her role in I, Tonya, wore a black and grey ruffled dress with a gold belt.
Laura Dern, who also won for Big Little Lies, and Elisabeth Moss, a prize-winner for The Handmaid’s Tale, stuck to black at the ceremony, which honours TV and film.
The Shape Of Water and Big Little Lies were the big winners of the night, each taking home four awards.