As we count down to tonight's Oscars, we have compiled some images of some of the best red carpet moments we've had over the last few years.
Naturally Hilary Swank's Guy Laroche dress that she wore to accept the Best Female gong for 'Million Dollar Baby' is in the list, alongside Nicole Kidman in that red Balenciaga halter neck dress that she wore in 2007 and that breathtaking Atelier Versace gown that Penelope Cruz wore back in 2007.
Over the last year or so, Lady Gaga and Giorgio Armani have notably been working closely together - remember the Armani Prive dress that she wore to the Grammy's this year? Now, it looks like the pair want to make the partnership official and according to sources, the singer has just signed a multi-million dollar deal with the brand.
Roberta Armani is said to be the force behind the deal and made it clear that it was a natural move because "it wouldn't be possible to give Gaga a look from the collection because she wears pieces of art. It's theatrical." She went on to explain that the singer has made the brand reassess the business. "A huge company like Giorgio Armani has the duty to always be alert to trends and what appeals to young people," she said. "It helped to see how the world is through Lady Gaga, the way she uses Facebook and Twitter."
Megan Fox stole the show last night at the premiere of 'Passion Play' held at the Ryerson Theatre during the 35th Toronto Film Festival. The former 'Trasnformers' star chose this pale pink Armani Prive dress with diagonal pleating and a metal and lacquer broach to attend the event.
Unlike a lot of celebrities these days, Transformers star and face of Emporio Armani underwear Megan Fox chose to keep both her wedding - which took place on the 24th June - and her wedding photos a secret, up until a video of the ceremony was released on Wednesday.
The bride wore a stunning strapless Armani Privé gown with a flowing veil for which she swapped with leis later on, whilst the groom, Brian Austin Green wore a white linen suit, no tie. We wish the happy couple all the best.
While the usual faces appeared on the runways of this Couture Fashion Week, one bright young star beat her veteran model competition to top spot - Karlie Kloss, who closed for Armani Privé as well as opening both Jean Paul Gaultier and Christian Dior. Quite a feat for such a young model, she beat Carmen Kass, who opened for Michael Kors and Armani Privé, and Karolina Kurkova, who strode onto the catwalk first at Elie Saab.
Unusually for Chanel, the opening outfit was sported by Natasha Poly as opposed to the usual likes of Freja Beha Erichsen, Heidi Mount or Abbey Lee, and the show was closed by Iris Strubegger alongside Lagerfeld favourite Baptiste Giabiconi. Being the new face for the brand, it was unsurprising that Freja opened for Valentino, but overall it was still Kloss that topped the couture charts this season.
Taking inspiration from the golden age of Hollywood - golden being the operative word, here - Giorgio Armani's latest designs for his Armani Privé collection revolved around the theme "A Play On Amber", with demure skirt suits, fluid straight legged trousers and exquisitely draped evening dresses in honey hues, soft greys and a range of neutrals.
The classic Armani combination of jacket and skirt featured brooch detailing, overcoats and gathers of smooth fabric for day, whilst evening gowns draped elegantly to the floor, sometimes from around the neck but predominantly strapless - although it was Karlie Kloss' shimmering sequinned finale dress that had our attention, that, and the newly-golden locks she and the rest of the blonde army of models had been sporting.