Kate Hudson’s Backless Dress Is Dripping in Glittery Fringe at the Critics’ Choice Awards

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Kate Hudson shone at the Critics’ Choice Awards, showing off her backless Oscar de la Renta dress on the red carpet. The curve-hugging look, styled by Sophie Lopez, included sheer, laser-cut floral details that mimicked the appearance of the “naked dress” trend, as well as shimmering fringe that added movement to the gown. At the bottom of the dress, the silver sequined material faded into a transparent tulle, adorned with gunmetal rose decals. With a delicate golden flower woven near the top of her halter neckline, the final look was just as romantic as it was glamorous.

The “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” star accessorized her dreamy dress with nude platform heels and Bulgari jewelry, including a stacked pearl bracelet and drop earrings. And although her character in the film, Birdie Jay, is known for her colorful fashion, this stunning look was all Hudson’s. She kept her signature blond hair straight and long, reaching all the way down her back, and opted for a glazed-doughnut french manicure to match.

Recently, Hudson has stepped out in a series of equally dramatic outfits, including a bold red gown with side cutouts and a sheer beaded gown with floor-length sleeves. But this sparkling gown was particularly special, as Hudson wore it as she presented “Glass Onion” costar Janelle Monáe with the SeeHer Award, an honor that recognizes a person who “advocates for gender equality, portrays characters with authenticity, defies stereotypes and pushes boundaries,” according to the Critics’ Choice Association. Read on to see how Hudson rocked this one-of-a-kind dress in all of its shining glory.

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