We've been missing our weekly dose of red carpet action ever since Awards Season finished with an explosion of diamonds and couture at the Oscars last month, but this weekend the stars were back on the red carpet at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and at a number of galas around the globe.
Jessica Alba wore a Mary Katranzou Spring 2013 currency print sleeved dress with a pair of bow Louboutins and a green Stella McCartney clutch. Selena Gomez went cool and casual in an ice blue Oscar de la Renta peplum top paired with white linen cotton shorts.
It seems Katy Perry has been learning a thing or two about revenge dressing from Ms Taylor Swift as she wore a bold but oh-so sexy Herve Leger by Max Azria Pre-Fall 2013 crop top and pencil skirt. John who?
Kristen Stewart looked divine at the awards (before she got covered in green slime) in an Osman blue and black chequered top and matching shorts topped off with a messy fishtail plait and black patent heels by Christian Louboutin. Osman spoke exclusively to Grazia Daily about K Stew's red carpet look and said that he was a fan of her styling: 'It was cool and no fuss. I imagine her to be that way too.'
But the Nickelodeon slime fest wasn't the only event this weekend, as Kerry Washington slipped into a black strapless Jason Wu gown with a full organza skirt at a Humans Rights Campaign Gala Dinner in LA, while Nicole Kidman opted for a so very sexy sheer beaded Oscar de la Renta gown at the Omega 'La Nuit Enchantee' Gala in Vienna.
Cara Delevingne ditched the Trapstar beanies, striped Henry Holland jeans and lion chain necklaces to wear white Chanel couture at the Bal De La Rose Du Rocher in aid of the Princess Grace Foundation in Monaco. The Karl masterpiece features feathers, delicate embellishment and a dramatic high neck. It's couture at it's best and we LOVE it. Dior darling Natalia Vodianova opted for bold florals in Raf's Spring 2013 black jumper and voluminous violet floral skirt.
Take a look through all of the best dressed looks of the weekend in the gallery above and roll over the images for a closer look >>