Power Trio: The Oz Girls Hit The Red Carpet, Yet Again

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This is far from their first red carpet — either together, or solo, on any number of impressive projects — but Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, and Mila Kunis sure do make a great team when it comes to black-tie attire. The ladies of Oz The Great And Powerful made a splash once again at the London premiere of the CGI-heavy film (watch the trailer here) last night, and we're adding this appearance to a now-pretty-long list of perfectly lovely achievements in the dress department.
Above, as you can see, Rachel Weisz is working her raven beauty in this pale, strapless Michael Kors gown. Her makeup and hair are spot-on, as always, and the lace overlay on her dress is perfectly on-trend right now. The one thing we'd maybe reconsider is the belt — it's a little too hardware-heavy for such a precious look, no? Correct us if we're wrong, then check out Michelle and Mila, ahead.
Photo: Ray Tang/Rex/Rex USA.
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Michelle Williams is clearly feeling proud as a peacock in Burberry, despite (or perhaps because of) being newly single — and though we were feeling a little frowny over her breakup with Jason Segel, we're loving that she looks glowing as per usual, here. Plus, this intensely side-swept hair is a new look for her (we hear she's growing out her pixie cut). The textured gown combined with pinup-girl heels is a great, moderately-edgy alternative to the usual prim and proper attire you see at film premieres, and we'd expect nothing less from this lady.
Photo: Ray Tang/Rex/Rex USA.
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Last but certainly not least, Mila Kunis. This Alexander McQueen dress is a risk, no doubt, but we think it pays off. The many tiers and polka dots are in danger of being a little to picnic-princess, but the structured bodice keeps it adult. The sleek, straight hair and bright earrings pull it all together, bravely toeing the line between boring and bam!
Photo: Ray Tang/Rex/Rex USA..

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