Every year, the biggest names in Australian television transform for the glamorous Logie Awards – and this year proved to be one of the most colourful and stylish events yet.
Everyone from Lisa Wilkinson and her former Channel 9 co-star Sylvia Jeffreys, to Leigh Sales, Deb Knight, Amanda Keller and Carrie Bickmore joined forces in elaborate and stunning dresses on the red carpet.
Stealing the style crown early on was Carrie, who shone out in a bright red floor-length ball gown with a daring sheer panel across her chest and arms.
The dramatic gown finished with a tiered full skirt and the 38-year-old Project star matched it perfectly with a red clutch bag.
Clipping her blond hair to one side, Carrie completed the stunning look with silver earrings and flashed a huge smile for photos ahead of the event.
Wearing her hair down in soft curls and accessorising with some long silver earrings, she looked a million dollars as she posed for photos before greeting her former co-star Sylvia in front of reporters.
Slyvia, 33, herself couldn’t fail to impress on the red carpet and opted for a dazzling silver floor-length dress.
The leopard-print style number showed off the TV presenter’s beautiful figure and was completed with a stylish high collar and plunging cut out front – all clinched in at the waist with a thick black belt.
Slyvia carried a small black bag decorated with a heart shape and wore her hair straight down her back.
Meanwhile, making one of the most dramatic transformations of the night, ABC legend Leigh Sales went all out with the glamour.
The TV journalist, 46, showed off a completely new hair do as she had it styled back with soft and voluminous curls off her face.
Wearing a skintight purple sequinned dress, Leigh looked a world away from her usual on-screen appearance and added a touch more glamour with some silver dangly earrings.
Elsewhere, Amanda Keller, 57 – who is up for the Gold Logie this year – made a statement in a long silver metallic gown with silver-encrusted detailing.
Logie ready. Thanks to @alliboyle makeup, @caitlin_stewart_stylist stylist, @maryioannidiscouture for my beautiful gown, @calleijajewels for my stunning bespoke Jewellery and @baredfootwear for keeping my tootsies comfy. A Logies luxury!! Off to the red carpet!
The high-necked and long-sleeved dress gave The Living Room star a truly classy look and she wore her shorter hair swept back in a quiff-like do.
Joining her on the red carpet was an equally stylish Deborah Knight, who stunned the crowd with one of the most elaborate and dramatic outfits of the evening.
The Today show star, 46, looked ready for the Oscars as she posed on Instagram ahead of the event, showing off a full train behind her lilac ball gown.
The backless dress had a huge ruffled panel across the back before clinching in around her legs, while the train spanned out behind her.
Like Amanda, she wore her shorter hair scraped back and wore full make-up for the star-filled event.
And opting for a beautiful blue dress, The Block star Shaynna Blaze turned heads with her own extravagant look.
The one-shoulder gown ended with a full skirt and clinched in at the waist with a pretty silver diamond-style belt, while the TV presenter wore her hair tied back with one loose curl loose around her face.
This year will see Amanda go up against a string of Aussie favourites including The Project‘s Waleed Aly and Sunrise weather presenter Sam Mac for the Gold, which recognises the most popular personality on Australian television. While Hard Quiz‘s Tom Gleeson, Doctor Doctor’s Rodger Corser, Gardening Australia‘s Costa Georgiadis and Neighbour‘s Eva Morey are also in for a chance.