Emily Blunt, Amy Adams and Others Rock Fashion-Forward Styles at the Gotham Awards (GALLERY)

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From architectural peplums and cutout bodices to textured skirts and a lace mash-up, no one played it safe at the Gotham Independent Film Awards.

Last night’s leading ladies amped up their red carpet style for the euphoria Calvin-Klein-sponsored event in New York City, giving the season’s top trends an edgy spin.

Modern construction and tons of texture were the night’s big trends, but no two styles were alike, with Allison Williams, Amy Adams, Marion Cotillard and Emily Blunt all rocking unique, but equally eye-catching, looks.

Who wore the night’s winning look? Check out our rundown of the red carpet’s top styles — then weigh in with your best-dressed pick.

Though she went with a Giorgia Armani LBD, Adams’ peplum midi-dress was anything but basic. An architectural bodice with an asymmetrical neckline added edge to the ladylike silhouette.

Also switching up her signature style, Blunt showed off her new honey-kissed strands in a sexier dress than we’re accustomed to seeing her wear. The Devil Wears Prada star gave the winter white trend a modern update, donning a strapless Calvin Klein dress with a cutout bodice.

Sticking to more classic silhouettes, Cotillard and Williams played with texture instead. Cotillard’s Christian Dior Couture dress paired a double-breasted bodice with a dramatic feathered skirt for an elegant lesson in contrasts.

Meanwhile, Girls’ Williams put a dramatic spin on the season’s colored lace, with an intricate hot pink and black lace design framing the blush point d’esprit lace gown.

Which leading lady wins your vote for the Gotham Award’s best-dressed star?

Check out all the fashion at the Gotham Awards in our red carpet round-up; then share your picks below.

Watch more red carpet fashion reviews in the video below.

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