Kerry Washington Stuns in Giambattista Valli

Between the Academy Governors Awards and the Baby2Baby Gala this weekend, there were a lot of stellar celebrity fashion moments going on — but best of all might just be Kerry Washington in Giambattista Valli Couture at the Baby2Baby Gala. The Scandal star spared no drama in a voluminous ball gown from the fashion house — not only did the dress feature a... well, huge skirt, it also happened to be covered with oversized sheer pink petals, cascading down from the bodice. Always a good option in my opinion.

A new mom herself, the night's impeccably stylish honoree (in my humble opinion) was joined by a slew of gorgeously dressed women and mothers, including Kourtney Kardashian who wowed in an impeccably-styled cream tuxedo, and Jessica Biel, who wore an architectural custom look from Monse. Still, Washington managed to seriously stand out in her ultra-dramatic couture.

The dress in question came from Giambattista Valli's explosively floral Fall 2015 Couture collection, where it was one of the most showstopping dresses on the runway — and those familiar with Valli's designs (which include Lena Dunham's wacky 2014 Emmys dress, and Lupita Nyong'o's embellished 2015 Golden Globes dress) know that that's no mean feat. Let's take a look at Kerry's latest high-fashion confection.

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Breathtaking, right? And absolutely perfect for Washington, who's been known to flourish with stylish risk-taking in the past.

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In fact, this latest dress is like the chic older sister of the princessy Marchesa she wore to the 2013 Emmy Awards, no?

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At any rate, the look seriously works for her — so let's hope she tries something this high-risk, high-reward soon! The world needs more Kerry Washington in voluminous, petal-covered dresses. Side note: Olivia Pope should totally wear Giambattista Valli Couture to the next White House Correspondents Dinner. Right? Right?