Margot Robbie, Kaia Gerber and Olivia Wilde lead the glamour at the Governors' Awards
Party season is currently in full swing, and we couldn't be gladder. Another day, another star-studded affair to swoon after, and this time it was the 13th annual Governors' Awards that had us totally hooked.More than a few famous faces stepped out in Los Angeles on Saturday night – with usual suspects Jessica Chastain, Cate Blanchett and Florence Pugh looking utterly ravishing.MORE: The best naked dresses: inspired by Kendall Jenner, Kate Moss and Emily RatajkowskiCreated by the Academy's Board of Governors in 2009, the celebration was first established to "balance the desire to truly honour-worthy individuals and avoid the time limitations that the Oscar telecast imposes on these honours".This year, awards went to directors Peter Weir, Euzhan Palcy, songwriter Diane Warren and legendary actor Michael J. Fox, but we felt that a special mention was in order for a few red carpet looks that stood out from the rest. Margot Robbie turned us green with envy with her one-shoulder cut-out gown by Matthieu Blazy for Bottega Veneta. Sporting a silky, ruched number in a rich olive hue, the actress showcased her love for the brand's verdant shades - not for the first time. Only recently, Margot was spotted rocking one of the label's Cassette bags, featuring its trademark Intrecciato woven leather. Is this the beginning of Margot's Bottega Veneta era? We very much hope so. Kaia Gerber turned to her beloved Celine for her after-party look, donning a shiny black cami-style gown and flying the flag for understated elegance. Jennifer Lawrence looked stylish in a decadent tiered dress by Dior and Pandora's Brilliance Lab-created Diamond Stud Earrings.READ: How to organise your wardrobe in 6 easy stepsRELATED: Hairstyle ideas: 7 looks to beg your hairdresser to recreate in 2023 - according to celebrity stylist Liam Curran Whereas Olivia Wilde, stepping out following her recent split from Harry Styles, pulled out all the stops, and served gothic glam in a layered tulle gown by Erdem. With a black mesh overlay and delicate floral embroidery, the actress and filmmaker's dress had a definite Victoriana feel about it, blended with a 1950s-style circle skirt à la Don't Worry Darling. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vogue (@voguemagazine)Harry could never - or then again, judging by the striking similarity between Olivia's dress and that which he wore for his history-making Vogue cover, perhaps he actually could…Like this story? Sign up to our Hello! Fashion newsletter to get your weekly 'Fashion Fix' delivered straight to your inbox.