New York Fashion Week has officially come to a close, and although we've still got London, Milan and Paris Fashion Week to go, I've already decided which gowns my favorite celebrities should snag from the collections to wear to their next red carpet event. From Emma Stone in Marchesa to Beyonce in Naeem Khan, there is such a thing as a dress match made in heaven, and these 11 made their debuts on the runway this week.
Jennifer Lawrence is classically a Dior girl (see: 90 percent of her red carpet gowns), and although there’s nothing wrong with a signature, there’s also nothing wrong with veering away, either.
Something about this ensemble feels very J. Law. Maybe it’s the fun orange? The sleek skirt? Whatever it is, I’d like to see this on her this year.
Sure, Lupita Nyong’o has never disappointed me on the red carpet, but I still have some opinions.
If there’s on person who can pull off a bright, full, one-shouldered gown on the red carpet, it’s Lupita.
Taylor Swift’s been going a little edgy lately, but I’d like to see her blend that with her former self’s girly sense of style (she does it so well).
The sheer overlay keeps the look from being matronly, and I have a feeling this green would make her eyes look amazing.
Ariana Grande is the queen of sweet and sexy, and it’s kind of become her thing.
Plus, she works a peplum like nobody else.
As much as I love Beyonce, I think it’s time to switch it up with the black and white red carpet gowns.
The colors in this Naeem Khan dress would be absolutely striking on Bey.
Selena Gomez’s red carpet choices are usually the perfect combo of classic and trendy.
And she always looks stunning in metallics.
I can’t ask Rihanna to go too normal, because her bold style is just part of who she is.
This Katie Ermilio set is definitely still less traditional than the usual red carpet gown, but it is still a crop top dress with a big bow. So maybe Rihanna would be in.
Blake Lively would look breathtakingly beautiful in anything, but there was one gown that caught my eye as being practically made for her.
The flowing fabric? Gradient mauve hues? Deep V? Blake, at least consider this. For me.
Emma Watson isn’t usually big on color, but a crimson would make her skin tone and hair color look even more flawless.
The embellished detailing and floaty tulle makes this dress dramatic and girly at the same time.
I’m down with Kendall in blacks and whites, but she could mix the silhouette up just a touch.
Different from the lace she leans toward, but just as sexy.
Emma Stone is the queen of modern glamour, and her red carpet looks always reflect that.
I was really rooting for this to be her Oscar gown, but oh well. There’s always next time.