PHOTOS: 5 Best Dressed Stars At The Golden Globes
Golden Globes red carpet did not disappoint. Sure, there were some misses, but there were also a whole bunch of hits. Trends abound, we saw color and texture and lots of pitch perfect awards show style.
Who looked the
best? Check out the slideshow below for our favorite looks of the night. Do you agree with our picks?
We can't wait to see the
Rachel Zoe-styled duds Anne will rock as host of the Academy Awards next month, but if her Golden Globes getup is any indication, she'll hit one out of the park. Anne's copper Armani Privé gown had weight to it without looking heavy, thanks to the large paillettes used to decorate the dramatic long-sleeved number. An open back and statement shoulders ensured the dress was a knockout.
Emma went minimalist in a peach cap-sleeved Calvin Klein gown. The simple neckline was set off by the cutout back, and she accessorized with a gold clutch and Van Cleef & Arpels baubles. Her python Ferragamo peep toes were hidden by her dress's long train, emphasizing the ensemble's minimal nature. And though we miss her red locks, her blonde updo was one of the best we saw all night.
Rarely do we see
Louis Vuitton on the red carpet, so it was refreshing to see Jennifer in a gorgeous Marc Jacobs-designed frock. The gray and black ruffled number looked darkly elegant, and the straps were some of the only ones on a red carpet saturated with strapless and one-shouldered gowns. She paired the dress with amazing emerald Chopard earrings and an embellished Judith Lieber clutch.
Kelly was on red carpet commentary duty for E!, but her look showed up nearly everyone else's. Her black draped Zac Posen gown incorporated an asymmetrical ombre panel — just enough quirk to elevate an awards show staple to high fashion cool. Also cool? Her Kimberly McDonald earrings and rings, made out of small geodes in shades that perfectly complemented her purplish stripe.
Of all the stunning
emerald dresses we saw, Mila's Vera Wang number was our favorite. The exquisite detailing was rendered by manipulating the jewel toned fabric, allowing the gown to be both incredibly simple and incredibly intricate at the same time. And the back is simply beautiful! Fitting with the green theme, she accessorized with a Lorraine Schwartz cuff in a leaf motif.
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