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The bodice of the dress was skin-tight, showing off Emmas petite waist, while the pants of the one-piece were baggy and wide-legged with pockets. She topped over here her look off with velvet Jimmy Choo Anouk pumps and Fernando Jorge jewelry. Natalie Portman , 35, went with an all-black ensemble and we were pleasantly surprised with her Topshop dress. Natalies maternity style is baggy and unshapely, so we love that she rocked this slinky black mini dress with a lace rope belt tied around her waist. The stretchy dress hugged her baby bump perfectly and she topped the look off with black, pointy-toed Steve Madden flats. Michelle Williams, 36, brought a fun pop of color to the carpet when she opted to wear a cute little pale peach Louis Vuitton mini dress. The satin orange dress featured one shoulder and had black buttons and a thick black strap down the front with two pockets on either side of the flared mini skirt. She topped her look off with simple black ankle-strap sandals. Nicole Kidman, 49, looked as fabulous as ever in her Chanel Spring 2017 Couture collection ensemble. She looked so classy and sophisticated in the white metallic tweed dress with featured a blazer top, diamond button down the front, and a thick metallic silver belt around her petite waist. She added more sparkle to the look with metallic silver Jimmy Choo Truce sandals and a vintage OMEGA watch from the brands historic museum.

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