Jena Malone, Bella Thorne, Stephanie Leigh Schlund

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Last night's Hunger Games L.A. premiere proved to be a glamorous affair with all of our favorite celebs pulling out all of the stops on the red carpet.

While Jennifer Lawrence's sheer Dior number certainly drew the most attention of the evening, there were several other stylish celebs who turned heads effortlessly, as well.

Following in J.Law's bold footsteps, other stars including Jena Malone, Stephanie Leigh Schlund and Bella Thorne all stepped out in gorgeous sheer gowns that left little to the imagination.

Schlund, who wore Furne One, and Thorne, who dazzled in Blumarine, similarly picked out pale nude tulle designs with soft feminine details and ivory embroidery for an ethereal touch, while Malone made a major statement in a brilliant gold sparkly sheer number by Nicholas Oakwell with strategically placed panels.

And in case you were curious, yes the actress absolutely did go commando to pull this illusion number off!

Clearly, Jena's all grown up and feeling confident on the red carpet!

On the other end of the spectrum, we noticed a bevy of beauties vamping it up in curve-hugging designs that showed off their incredibly toned gams. 

Kylie Jenner, Meta Golding, Bruce Bundy, Elena Sanchez

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Meta Golding and Elena Sanchez turned up the heat in red hot dresses with thigh-high slits, while Bruce Bundy sizzled in a shimmery metallic column gown featuring a leg-baring slit and subtly sexy keyhole.

And finally, Kylie Jenner added some edge to the red carpet in a slinky gray dress with an asymmetrical hemline paired with black booties, deep berry lipstick and a punk-inspired studded clutch.

So hot!

Which Hunger Games look from last night's premiere is your favorite? 

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