- Celebrities often use red carpets to nod to the movies they’re starring in.
- Insider rounded up how many times stars have dressed up as the Disney characters they’ve played.
- Recently, Halle Bailey wore a dress with a seashell neckline in honor of “The Little Mermaid.”
Carter’s cream dress had a strapless neckline and an asymmetrical tulle skirt.
The skirt was adorned with a bright red heart and the actor carried a bag with two illustrations of the Red Queen. Heart-shaped dangle earrings completed the look.
Cinderella’s blue ball gown is iconic, so it made sense for James to grace it in her Elie Saab gown for the film’s premiere.
The dress had an illusion neckline and sleeves that were embellished with blue beads. A fitted, strapless bodice flowed into a full skirt, and the entire dress was covered in sparkling beading.
She paired the look with clear, sparkle-embellished Christian Louboutin heels, which looked like a modern take on Cinderella’s glass slippers.
Watson arrived at the premiere in a black Oscar de la Renta jumpsuit that had a pointed neckline and skintight pants.
A gold rose-shaped brooch was on Watson’s hip, evoking the iconic rose that marks the waning time of the Beast’s curse in the classic film. The color also matched the gold dress Bella wears in the movie, making it even more appropriate for the occasion.
Blunt’s silk Schiaparelli gown had long sleeves, a high neckline with ruffles on the bodice, and a dainty train.
The dress ended up matching the carpet for the premiere, so Blunt blended in with her surroundings.
Her Burberry dress was strapless with a crystal-covered corseted bodice and a floor-length skirt with a trouser-style waistband.
The blue hue and sparkly embellishments matched the outfits Jasmine wears during the 2019 live-action remake of “Aladdin.”
Her custom Gucci gown featured pink and gray flowers along the neckline, a floor-length skirt that was tattered at the bottom, and burgundy ribbons dangling from the sleeves that fell off her shoulders.
But her most unique detail was the red sequined splotches that looked like drops of blood along Fanning’s see-through glove and under her skirt.
Dolce & Gabbana designed her long-sleeved dress, which had a plunging neckline and a corseted waist.
But it was her deep purple color that matched the famous sleeveless dress Giselle wears to the ball in the first “Enchanted” movie.
She was wearing a shiny gold dress that looked a lot like fairy dust. She was sleeveless, had a high neckline and slits at the waist, and her long skirt was decorated with fringe from the knees down.
Alexander McQueen made the dress custom for Shahidi.
Valdrin Sahiti designed the bodycon dress, which plunged into the neckline and had a floor-length column skirt.