The 2016 VMAs Red Carpet

This year's Video Music Awards may not have been as drama filled as last year, but that certainly doesn't mean it was boring. There were back to back performances from the two Queen B's (Britney and Beyonce), lots of Drake and Rihanna love, and a surprisingly tame, though not entirely uncontroversial, speech from Kayne West. The fashion of the evening was no exception, with celebs opting for edgy looks instead of over-the-top costumes for the red carpet. Check out the best looks from the 2016 VMAs below.

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images via Vogue.com, Elle.com, Refinery29.com, and Fashionista.com

All The Best Red Carpet Style at the Teen Choice Awards

The Teen Choice Awards may not seem like the place to find innovative fashion, but leave it to the stars of young television and movies to prove that wrong! Some nominees showed that more really can be more, while others (like Laverne Cox and Jessica Alba) stunned in simple chic pieces. Let these style stars inspire you to take some fashion risks and check out all the best red carpet looks below.

All the Best Dressed from the 2016 CFDA Awards

The 2016 CFDA Awards certainly lived up to their reputation as the biggest night in fashion. The red carpet was studded with fashion personalities of every variety including top fashion models like Elsa Hosk, burgeoning actors like Ansel Elgort, established fashion writers like Leandra Medine, viral comediennes like Abbi and Ilana, and of course the very designers who make this night possible. Of course, the highlight of the night had to be a surprise appearance by Beyoncé to accept the Fashion Icon Award. The celebrated singer skipped the red carpet in order to build on the suspicion of her as the award winner, but her acceptance speech made the suspense well worth the wait and made it more evident than ever that with Beyoncé as our guide, girls can really run the world.

Checkout out the list of winners and the best looks from the red carpet below, then head over to Vogue.com to read Bey's Fashion Icon Award acceptance speech.

Womenswear Designer of the Year - Marc Jacobs
Menswear Designer of the Year - Thom Browne
Accessories Designer of the Year -  Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel, Mansur Gavriel
Swarovski Award for Womenswear - Brandon Maxwell
Swarovski Award for Menswear - Matthew, Alex and Samantha Orley, Orley
Swarovski Award for Accessory Design - Paul Andrew
Fashion Icon Award - Beyoncé
Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award - Norma Kamali
The Founder’s Award in Honor of Eleanor Lambert - Donna Karan
International Award - Alessandro Michele, Gucci
The Board of Directors’ Special Tribute - David Bowie

Beyoncé in Givenchy Haute Couture with her family in tow

Ciara in Roberta Cavalli

Lena Dunham in Creatures of the Wind and Irene Neuwirth

Anna Cleveland in Rodarte

Elsa Hosk in Naeem Khan

Karlie Kloss in Rosie Assoulin

Shanina Shaik

Pamela Love in Mara Hoffman

Monique Lhuillier and Hilary Rhoda in Monique Lhuillier

Ansel Elgort in Thom Browne

Olivia Palermo in Carolina Herrera

Ashley, Elizabeth, and Mary-Kate Olsen

Anna Wintour and Bee Shaffer in Gucci

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Naomi Campbell in Brandon Maxwell

Gia Coppola and Alessandra Michele in Gucci

Tory Burch

Zoia Mamet in Maiyet and Gigi Burris Millinery

Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Galzer in Rebecca Minkoff

Jessica Hart in The Row

Leandra Medine in 3.1 Phillip Lim

Diane von Furstenberg

Rosie Huntington Whitely in Michael Kors Collection with Michael Kors

Lindsey Wixson in Cynthia Rowley

Riley Keough in Proenza Schouler

Janice Alida, Grace Bol, Sarah Abney, and Drake Burnette all in Thom Browne

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And the Oscar Goes To...

Here is a list of tonight's winners
(and a slideshow of this Lady's red carpet favorites)

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role - J.K. Simmons for Whiplash

Best Costume Design - Milena Canonero for The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Makeup and Hair Styling - Frances Hannon and Mark Coulier for The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Foreign Language Film - Pawel Pawlikowski for Ida (Poland)

Best Short Film Live Action - Mat Kirkby and James Lucas for The Phone Call

Best Documentary Short Subject - Ellen Goosenberg Kent and Dana Perry for Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1

Best Sound Mixing - Craig Mann, Ben Wilkins, and Thomas Curley for Whiplash

Best Sound Editing - Alan Robert Murray and Bub Asmen for American Sniper

Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Patricia Arquette for Boyhood

Best Visual Effects - Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley, Ian Hunter, and Scott Fisher for Interstellar

Best Animated Short Film - Patrick Osborne and Kristina Reed for Feast

Best Animated Feature Film - Don Hall, Chris Williams, and Roy Conli for Big Hero 6

Best Production Design - Adam Stockhausen and Anna Pinock The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Cinematography - Emmanuel Lubezki for Birdman

Best Film Editing - Tom Cross for Whiplash

Best Documentary Feature - Laura Poitras, Mathilde Bonnefoy, and Dirk Wilutzky for Citizenfour

Best Original Song - John Stephens and Lonnie Lynn for "Glory" from Selma

Best Original Score - Alexandre Desplat for The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Writing Original Screenplay - Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris Jr. & Armando Bo for Birdman

Best Writing Adapted Screenplay - Graham Moore for The Imitation Game

Best Directing - Alejandro G. Iñárritu for Birdman

Best Actor in a Leading Role - Eddie Redmayne for The Theory of Everything

Best Actress in a Leading Role - Julianna Moore for Still Alice

Best Picture - Alejandro G. Iñárritu, John Lesher and James W. Skotchdopole for Birdman

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees tonight! Now go have fun!

Jennifer Aniston and Emma Stone, 2015 Oscars

Jennifer Aniston and Emma Stone, 2015 Oscars