Who wore what: Fashion hits and misses at the IFTAs
Amy Huberman led a host of famous faces battling it out for best dressed at the IFTAs.
The actress, who was not nominated for an award this year, stunned in a blush pink Alex Perry creation at last night's Irish Film and Television Awards at the Mansion House in Dublin.
The fashionista rented the stunning dress from celebrity favourite The Ivory Closet in Limerick, preferred by fellow style stars Pippa O'Connor, Vogue Williams and Nadia Forde.
Sticking to the nude hues of the evening, golden girl Miriam O'Callaghan dazzled in a sequin cut-out dress as she walked the red carpet with husband Steve Carson, who donned a dapper tuxedo.
Host Caroline Morahan went for old Hollywood glamour in a Grecian style white Armani dress, courtesy of the event's fashion sponsor Brown Thomas, topping off her glamorous look with a pair of embellished Christian Louboutin heels.
Former Fair City actress Aoibhin Garrihy brought her own unique style in a vintage white dress and TV3's Colette Fitzpatrick stunned in a feature hugging white gown with embellished cuffs and neckline - no mean feat.
Noble actress Sarah Greene added a pop of colour in her shouldn't work, but it does yellow dress by Helen Cody. The fun frock with feather detail was accessorised was widely considered the best dressed of the evening by style stalkers.
Outlander star Caitriona Balfe went for a typically understated dress, flying in especially from her adopted home of Los Angeles for the occasion.
Ladies in red Louise Duffy, Sinead Desmond and Aisling O'Loughlin may have been sporting the same eye-catching colour, but each added their own twist to the looks with Louise opting for sequin draping, Sinead killing it in a jersey full length gown and Aisling blazing her own trail in a jumpsuit from high street favourite, Coast.
Amanda Byram, who has grown accustomed to showing off her dashing boyfriend Julian Okines on the red carpet these days, divided fashion critics in her Umit Kutluk design, while Love/Hate actress Mary Murray had social media buzzing as she proudly showed off the series title emblazoned on the back of her neck in diamante.
Rising star Aisling Franciosi similarly opted for high street style, sporting a white suit with a seriously plunging neckline by The Kooples with snakeskin detail and Charlie Murphy went for her signature '50s style in a baby pink number with tulle skirt.
Best Actress winner Deirdre O'Kane also proved why understated elegance will always come out on top in her royal blue gown with draping detail and a black Gucci clutch.