- Show stoppers on the red carpet included Carrie Bickmore, Megan Gale, Demi Harman
- Taking the plunge – stars opted for plunging necklines and high cut hemlines at the 57th annual Logie Awards
- Sequins, glitter and metallics were all seen trending on the red carpet
- Black gowns reigned supreme, with stars opting for safe colours and classic cuts
- Alex Perry, Steven Khalil, J’Aton Couture and Paulo Sebastian were favoured couturiers of the evening
When it comes to the red carpet, it’s not about who you are, it’s about what you wear.
And at this year’s 57th TV Week Logie Awards, stars including Carrie Bickmore, Megan Gale and Demi Harman pulled out all the stops to vye for the best dressed crown.
The red carpet stakes were high, with glitter, sequins, lace, black, bold red and blue hues all standout trends.
FEMAIL reports the best dressed trends from this year’s annual Logies.
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Ruling the red carpet was Gold Logie winner Carrie Bickmore who was by far a front runner in a custom made powder blue gown by Adelaide couturier, Paulo Sebastian.
Encrusted with fine beading and featuring a plunging neckline and sheer skirting, the fitted gown flattered the trim Project co-host, who only gave birth to her second child Evie six weeks ago.
Closely following behind her was model and swimwear designer, Megan Gale.
Gale, ever the glamazon, appeared poised and polished on the red carpet, wearing a classic 1950s-style glittering gunmetal Alex Perry gown, complete with a high bow neck tie, waist band and diamond jewellery.
Demi Harman was also a knockout in a ravishing red Steven Khalil gown, a nod to the scarlet carpet.
Harman wowed in her billowing gown that was cinched in at the waist to accentuate her tiny middle and it’s strapless style highlighting her decolletage.
The Better Home And Gardens star flattered her olive complexion with a crimson lip and finished off the look by painting her nails in a vampish varnish.
Jesinta Campbell also painted the town red, the stunning WAG donning a full length lace gown by Lover the Label.
The custom made dress with cream underlay was paired with elaborate bejeweled drops earrings and a simple clutch.
In a classic, perhaps somewhat safe move, black gowns also appeared to be favoured amongst the TV stars on Sunday night.
Home and Away’s newest beauty Pia Miller went for a plunging neckline, her dress featuring a mesh chest overlay and classic leg split.
Australia’s Next Top Model host Jennifer Hawkins also opted for a revealing number by Alex Perry, that featured a deep V cut at the bust and high front-split at the leg.
The 31-year-old had her hair pulled over to one side and slipped on a pair of simple black pumps.
Singer and The Voice coach Delta Goodrem also stuck with the black-themed dress code, slipping into a sexy gown with shimmery sequin and studded edge.
Meanwhile Wonderland’s Anna Bamford wowed in a Yeojin Bae frock with high neck and daring sheer cut-outs across the bust.
While plunging necklines reigned supreme, a few stand-out celebs opted for full-length flared sleeves and A-line hemlines which took centre stage.
Bringing flair to the red carpet were Big Brother’s Sonia Kruger and Australia’s Next Top Model judge Cheyenne Tozzi, who both wore gowns that had a cape-like effect.
Kruger donned a white Steven Khalil creation with cascading sleeves, completing her look with a gold clutch and shoes.
Tozzi twirled around on the red carpet in a black Alex Perry gown similar to the one Angelina Jolie’s character Maleficent wears in the Disney film, thanks to its jutting shoulder pads and billowing floor-length sleeves.
Offspring star Asher Keddie, who recently gave birth to her first child Valentino, also deserved a mention, stunning in a figure-skimming black gown complete with fishtail hem that complemented her post-pregnancy curves.
RED CARPET REDS
Whether a deliberate attempt to draw attention to the red carpet event or perhaps in a bid to be camouflaged, red appeared to reign supreme at this year’s Logies.
Biggest Loser trainer Tiffany Hall bared her midriff in a deep crimson off-the-shoulder two-piece top and skirt that bared her toned trainer legs.
Meanwhile, Seven news presenter Melissa Doyle stunned in a scarlet custom-made Geoerge Elsissa strapless gown with bold wrap front while Shelly Craft, co-host of the annual Logies event, donned a one-sleeved red Arthur Galan dress featuring intricate oriental lace.
SEQUINS AND SPARKLE
A red carpet wouldn’t be glamour without a touch of glitter.
And Love Child’s Gracie Gilbert accentuated her bust in a beaded gold frock complete with shimmering floor-length fabric, accessorising with emerald and gold earrings.
Home And Away’s Ada Nicodemou looked lovely in a lavender pastel-hued frock that featured beaded flowers and a bold black ribbon waist tie.
Breaking the beaded barriers was Sunrise weather girl, Edwina Bartholomew, who wore a sequinned Aurelio Costarella ostrich top with a black satin skirt and wide patent leather belt.