The 19 best red carpet looks of 2019 – Page Six

December 26, 2019 | 12:19pm

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Her "Game of Thrones" character Brienne of Tarth --spoiler alert! --may not have wound up on the Iron Throne, but at the HBO series' Season 8 premiere, Christie looked every bit like royalty in this mesmerizing ensemble.

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Between "Hustlers," her viral moment on the Versace catwalk and celebrating her 50th birthday, Jennifer Lopez had one hell of a year --and had every reason to peacock in this shimmering look at the Vanity Fair Oscar party.

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The "Pose" star won the Oscars red carpet in this black velvet tuxedo gown that was as stunning as it was statement-making. "When he started wearing dresses, that was very specific because of all the stuff that was going on in the White House regarding transgender rights," Porter's stylist, Sam Ratelle, told Page Six Style. "We started talking about it and we're like, 'We have to start representing these people because you have to normalize that somehow publicly. There has to be visibility.'"

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Months before dropping her dreamy, romantic album "Lover," the pop phenom attended the Time 100 Gala, where she perfectly set the tone of her upcoming era with this ethereal pastel frock --which she helped design.

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"Crazy Rich Asians" proved a hit with critics and moviegoers alike, making megastars of its cast in the process. Gemma Chan particularly knocked it out of the park with her looks throughout the film's press tour and awards season, saving the best --this head-turning, hot pink creation with pockets (!) --for last at the Oscars.

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There were plenty of appropriately campy outfits at this year's Met Gala, but none so eye-catching as Mone's surrealist blinking ensemble.

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It's rare that Zendaya sets foot on a red carpet without making multiple best-dressed lists, but this Poison Ivy-inspired ensemble she wore to the Emmys was simply sublime.

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The "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" star went from Disney villainess to snow queen at the movie's London premiere, wearing this caped creation awash with embellishments.

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The "If Beale Street Could Talk" star looked gorgeous at the LACMA Art + Film Gala in this green sequined gown, which she teamed with an equally head-turning sculptural hairstyle.

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At the premiere of "The Lion King," the pop icon proved why she's called Queen Bey in this golden, glowing gown.

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Siren indeed! 2019 was unquestionably Lizzo's year, and the "Truth Hurts" hitmaker's red-hot outfit at the MTV VMAs completely embodied her playful spirit.

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This vibrant purple gown would've been breathtaking on its own, but the addition of Liu's emerald Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Tyler Ellis clutch made her head-to-toe Tonys look even more striking.

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The "Bodak Yellow" rapper emerged from this dramatic Venus-inspired design as a bonafide fashion superstar at the Grammys.

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Sure, the sequined harness (sorry, bib) he wore to the Golden Globes may have been buzzier --but from a purely style standpoint, nothing the actor wore this year could top the dove-colored suit he chose for the Venice Film Festival premiere of "The King."

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It's hard to believe that fashion's favorite bad gal only just launched her luxury label this year. To accept the Urban Luxe Award for her brand at the British Fashion Awards, Rihanna looked minty fresh (not to mention fierce) in this monochromatic outfit.

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The ever-regal Dame Mirren debuted pink hair on the Cannes red carpet this year, clad in a glittering rose gold gown to match.

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Nobody does dreamy dressing quite like Fanning, whose fashion parade at the Cannes Film Festival was the stuff of fairytales. This floral look --complete with fresh flowers woven into the star's braided updo -- was a particular standout.

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Burnt orange isn't a traditional color pick for a red carpet dress, but the Oscar nominee --who looked breathtaking in this plunging number at the London premiere of "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" -- pulled it off with, well, flying colors.

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