Amy Schumer, Kate Winslet Step Out For Elle’s ‘Women In Hollywood Awards’

Elle hosted its 22nd annual “Women in Hollywood” awards last night in Los Angeles, and the leading ladies of Hollywood brought their very best shoes and fashion statements.

The annual awards honor women who are paving the way in Hollywood, including Kate Winslet and Melanie Griffith. It was a big moment for women in the film industry, especially considering all the talk about equal wages and the limited roles still offered to women. On hand were famous faces from Elizabeth Banks to America Ferrera and Amy Schumer.

On the fashion front, Zoe Saldana wowed in Christian Louboutin’s Toerless style, while Miranda Kerr made a statement in a pair of baby blue Louboutin pumps that matched her midriff-baring suit.

Zoe Saldana Celebrity Statement shoes Fall 2015
October 2015: Zoe Saldana wore Christian Louboutin’s Toerless pumps to the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards.
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Alicia Vikander pumped up the shoe volume with gold botanical-inspired sandals from Louis Vuitton that matched her standout embellished dress.

Alicia Vikander Celebrity Statement Shoes Fall 2015
October 2015: Alicia Vikander opted for head-to-toe Louis Vuitton at the Elle Women in Hollywood awards.
CREDIT: Getty Images.

Another great moment on the red carpet came from mother-daughter duo Melanie Griffith and Dakota Johnson, who wowed in black jumpsuits and heels.

Zoey Deutch’s shoe choice also impressed us: She went for a playful pair of Nicholas Kirkwood’s pearl heels with her simple gray dress.

See the whole roundup now by clicking through our slideshow of celebrity statement shoes.

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