Award season is firmly upon us - and we couldn't be happier.
Another awards ceremony means another red carpet - and that means some incredible (and incredibly badly) dressed celebrities. Last night's Critics' Choice Awards gave us some triumphs (Jenny Slate's Mulberry gown is a thing of beauty - plus, Jennifer Lopez's redemption) and some unmitigated disasters (as much as we love her, Beanie Feldstein's get-up was pretty unforgivable). Curious about the best and worst dressed celebs at the 2020 Critics' Choice Awards? Keep on scrolling for all the details.
Let's start with our countdown of the highlights, shall we?
49. Lupita Nynog'o
via: Getty ImagesBrown leather and taffeta sounds wrong, but looks right.
48. Nicole Kidman
via: Getty ImagesLooking every inch the gothic fairy princess.
47. Rachel Brosnahan
via: Getty ImagesProps for going for a bold color - and this clementine shade looks amazing on her!
via: Getty ImagesIncredible contrasting fabrics pair beautifully with her braided hair.
45. Saoirse Ronan
via: Getty ImagesJust about on the "fashion" side of grandma's curtains.
44. Billy Porter
via: Getty ImagesHe can really do no wrong, but this two-tone green geometric gown is perfection - and don't even get us started on his fingernails!
43. Keltie Knight
via: Getty ImagesWe know we shouldn't like this tutu-esque ensemble - but we do!
42. Olivia Wilde
via: Getty ImagesA midi-length baggy coral gown with a deep v neckline is the very definition of so wrong it's right.
41. Kristen Bell
via: Getty ImagesThis dramatic chartreuse satin jumpsuit ensured all eyes were on her.
40. Kennedy McMann
via: Getty ImagesLoving the '60s inspired pale pink shift dress - though we could do without that OTT train.
39. Phoebe Waller-Bridge
via: Getty ImagesSure, it's not groundbreaking - but we're into it!
38. Ava DuVernay
via: Getty ImagesLooking every inch the angel she is.
via: Getty ImagesShe always kills it on the red carpet, and this sunshine-colored drapey gown is no exception.
36. Laura Dern
via: Getty ImagesThis is how to do simple and effective - so take note!
35. Nicki Ledermann
via: Getty ImagesShe somehow manages to make this loud print look understatedly cool.
34. Sarah Snook
via: Getty ImagesThe LBD taken to a whole new level.
33. Chloe Bridges
via: Getty ImagesA lot of fabric - but still surprisingly elegant.
32. Kaitlyn Dever
via: Getty ImagesLike a beautiful porcelain doll.
31. Cynthia Erivo
via: Getty Images'70s wallpaper, but, like, chic.
30. Thomasin McKenzie
via: Getty ImagesRocking some serious Victoriana.
29. Zhao Shuzhen
via: Getty ImagesThe voluminous and luxurious red dress is on our wishlist. Bonus points for pairing it with purple boots.
28. Alison Brie
via: Getty ImagesSunny orange shades are clearly having a fashion moment.
27. Lydia Hearst
via: Getty ImagesLoving this graphic shape and bubblegum accents.
26. Noelle Stevenson
via: Getty ImagesProps for thinking outside the box and going for a rose-toned tux.
25. Karen Fukuhara
via: Getty ImagesWe love the demure neckline in contrast to those uber-high leg slits.
24. MJ Rodriguez
via: Getty ImagesOk, it's hardly groundbreaking - but it's a gorgeous dress nonetheless.
23. Chloe Bennett
via: Getty ImagesSure, the dress kind of looks like a wedding cake - but that doesn't stop us loving it!
22. Marsha Stephanie Blake
via: Getty ImagesLoving this bold, almost neon pink shade.
21. Lucy Hale
via: Getty ImagesThis cute mint shade contrasts beautifully with that bold black bow.
20. Carrie Keagan
via: Getty ImagesThe fishtail shape combined with the inky blue color makes for a really interesting twist on a classic gown.
19. Lauren Ash
via: Getty ImagesThis nude illusion is just irresistible.
18. Margaret Qualley
via: Getty ImagesAnyone who opts for flats over heels is immediately in our good books.
17. Catherine O'Hara
via: Getty ImagesAn absolute queen rocking a full-length leather look dress.
16. Gwendoline Christie
via: Getty ImagesA stunning silky suit pairs beautifully with spiky heels.
15. Florence Pugh
via: Getty ImagesShe can do no wrong in our eyes - and this white embellished shift proves it.
14. Ashleigh Murray
via: Getty ImagesThis gorgeous origami-style dress has a beautifully sheeny finish.
13. AJ Michalka
via: Getty ImagesWe never would have guessed an avocado-colored cut-out dress would make our best-dressed list, but here we are.
12. D'Arcy Carden
via: Getty ImagesNot only is this dress stunning, but she absolutely worked the red carpet, twirling to her heart's content.
11. Annabelle Wallis
via: Getty ImagesGraphic lines and serious sparkles are what the red carpet was made for.
10. Greta Gerwig
via: Getty ImagesTo add to the incredible-ness, she also had a baby about five minutes ago.
9. Megan Hilty
via: Getty ImagesProving that an LBD doesn't have to be boring.
8. Marin Hinkle
via: Getty ImagesShe kind of looks like a superhero, right?
7. Shahadi Wright Joseph
via: Getty ImagesSure, it's a little bit prom - but that's what makes it fun!
6. Jenny Slate
via: Getty ImagesThis printed Mulberry gown might be our favorite look from the evening. The matching eyeshadow takes it to the next level.
5. Our Lady J
via: Getty ImagesOn paper, a full leather body-con dress sounds like a disaster. In reality, though, she pulls it off!
4. Christine Baranski
via: Getty ImagesErring just on the right side of "Christmas ornament."
3. Emily Hampshire
via: Getty ImagesThe most gorgeous goth on the red carpet.
2. Jean Smart
via: Getty ImagesLove the sparkly rainbow dress - but it's the comic book print shoes that make the look.
1. Jennifer Lopez
via: Getty ImagesAfter a shaky start to the awards season, she's found her feet in this beautifully understated cream silk look. And now we've seen the best, let's take a look at the ... rest.
23. Alex Borstein
via: Getty ImagesSorry, but this looks fresh from the Forever 21 sale rack.
22. Charlize Theron
via: Getty ImagesWhy (God, why?) did she feel the need to add that stupid little jacket?
21. Ruth E. Carter
via: Getty ImagesNot to be that person, but this dress doesn't fit, right? Particularly unforgivable for a costume designer!
20. Molly Shannon
via: Getty ImagesFrom the off-the-shoulder sequins to the cylindrical white skirt, this is just bad.
19. Molly Sims
via: Getty ImagesToo. Much. Going. On.
18. Kate Beckinsale.
via: Getty ImagesThis just looks really dated to us.
17. Da'Vine Joy Randolph
via: Getty ImagesNot loving the low neckline combined with the eye-skimming fringe.
16. Kelly Clarkson
via: Getty ImagesShe kind of looks like a chess piece to us.
15. Wanda Sykes
via: Getty ImagesWhile Wanda looks more like a kid's magician, right?
14. Susan Kelechi
via: Getty ImagesThis is a prime example of when a nude-illusion goes wrong.
13. Niecy Nash
via: Getty ImagesSorry, but this level of shine just looks cheap.
12. Janet Mock
via: Getty ImagesSometimes a red carpet look just leaves us baffled. This is one of those times.
11. Christina Applegate
via: Getty ImagesBored. Next!
10. Alana Arenas
via: Getty ImagesWe love a print - but this one is just a little too curtain-y for our tastes.
9. Renee Zellwegger
via: Getty ImagesImagine getting invited to a big, fancy awards ceremony, then choosing to wear this.
8. Amy Sherman-Palladino
via: Getty ImagesRocking up to a red carpet wrapped in a blanket is something we respect in theory, but can't condone in practice.
7. Susannah Grant
via: Getty ImagesEverything about this dress is just bizarre.
6. Sandy Powell
via: Getty ImagesGoing for a David Bowie pastiche just seems silly.
5. Diane Warren
via: Getty ImagesBad from head to toe.
4. Beanie Feldstein
via: Getty ImagesAs much as we love her, the unironed and clashing toned dress is just not doing it for us.
3. Anne Hathaway
via: Getty ImagesDressed as an Oscar for the Critics Choice Awards.
2. Sarah Levy
via: Getty ImagesA prime example of why the "boobs or legs" rule exists.
1. Betty Gilpin
via: Getty ImagesA really weird fit of a really weird dress. But, like, not in a good way. Fancy more red carpet looks? Scroll on for the best and worst dressed celebrities at the 2020 Golden Globes. Some of these looks are pretty wild!