Which women made a statement on (and off) the red carpet this year? Smart, stylish, sexy, creative, cool, funny, and fabulous, celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence and Helen Mirren proved they've got all that and a bag of chips. TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas shares which ladies are worthy of a girl-crush:
Sophomore style: Jennifer Lawrence
Refreshingly real, "adorkable", and talented, Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence, 23, poses an ability to authentically relate regardless of the gown she's in.
From leather and leopard to pink hair and plexiglass platforms, Helen Mirren, 68, is an inspiration to explore and embrace your style boundaries.
While singer Florence Welch, 27, fills the void for those who miss or have just uncovered the retro-rock scene, she also adds an ethereal, supernatural twist of her own.
Girlish with a womanly spin, "Masters of Sex" star Lizzy Caplan, 31, wears an eclectic mix of contemporary designers without losing her own personal flair.
Beautiful in a tailored LBD or a tracksuit with Jeremy Scott's pink poodle hi-tops, funny actress Rebel Wilson, 27, exudes infectious confidence.
Always reinventing how to wear chic black and white, not to mention pants, R&B singer Janelle Monae, 28, expands the notion of womenswear.
Tasteful yet interesting, French actress Marion Cotillard, 38, is a red carpet favorite -- a risk-taker in fashion-forward designs.
Rocker Gwen Stefani, 44, has never looked better, but still hasn't changed a thing about her expressive creative style.
English model and actress Rosie Huntington-Whitley, 26, effortlessly adds accessories that are both polished and trendy.
Much like her stylish "Scandal" character, actress Kerry Washington is sophisticated, classy and striking.
Supermodel and mom Miranda Kerr, 30, knows how to navigate street style with a chic mix of casual separates.
Australian actress Rose Byrne, 34, manages to try new trends in a cool, understated way.
"Skyfall" actress Naomie Harris, 37, always seems to spot pretty red carpet picks, leaving you wanting to know what's next for the up-and-coming star.