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Julianne Hough may have avoided any wardrobe malfunctions on the red carpet at last night’s Golden Globe Awards, choosing a frou frou Monique Lhuillier confection that, as far as we know, stayed put as she made her entrance. At the afterparty, however, Hough’s Jenny Packham number met a very different fate.
NBC host Natalie Morales went all matchy-matchy on the red carpet at last night’s Golden Globes, but she coordinated more than baubles to her green gown.
All in all, this year’s Golden Globe Awards drew a very well-dressed crowd. But no red carpet would be complete without some flubs, and the last night certainly brought out some doozies.
Before we go any further, let’s just acknowledge that Marion Cotillard had the best look of the night. Draped in a scarlet Dior (surprise!) dress custom designed for her by Raf Simons, the Dark Knight Rises star managed to look modern, natural, and drop-dead gorgeous in one sleek fell swoop. But that isn’t to say she wasn’t given a run for her money on the evening’s red carpet.
And we’re off! The red carpet at the Golden Globes is in motion, and hopefully, the stars will be dressed to the nines. We’ve got a livestream of the red carpet, and we’ll be updating this gallery with every single look, so keep checking back for the latest!
We are beyond confident that Mesdames Fey and Poehler are going to crush it tonight, a la Thelma and Louise, as hosts of the 2013 Golden Globes. So we won’t waste any time worrying about the actual ceremony, and will instead devote our attentions to where a different kind of comedy happens: the red carpet. [...]
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting the Golden Globe Awards is going to be the best thing ever. How do we know this? Uh, because it’s Tina Fey and Amy Poehler and therefore how could it be anything but?
Kristen Wiig’s nude dress-with-black choker look at this year’s Golden Globes was largely panned, but it turns out there was a method to her madness.
As far as red carpet nightmares go, busting a zipper ranks pretty high.
We’re all about comfortable footwear, but we really can’t get behind these.
We did quite a few double takes at last night’s Golden Globes. This thing looks like that thing! That thing looks like this thing!
Maybe you had better things to do, maybe you drank too much of that Two Buck Chuck your friend brought over, or maybe you just want to re-see it all again, but we’ve put together a handy recap of all our Golden Globes red carpet coverage, all in one place.
Red carpets are notorious proving grounds for trends, and the ground outside of this years’ Golden Globes ceremony was just littered with them. Perhaps without even knowing it, the celebrities who showed up to watch awards season get its start laid the framework for what we’ll be seeing at the Emmys and the Oscars — and what we’ll be seeing on the street come springtime.
We’re also live-tweeting it here. Join in!
And the lackluster red carpet fashions continue! Last night W Magazine celebrated its February issue with a Golden Globes party, and the dresses were…eh.
The Golden Globes may have dominated this week, but Oscar de la Renta, Anna Wintour and Justin Bieber also made some headlines. Plus, the model who hit that lady is getting a reality show and the Bill Cunningham documentary looks incredible.
It’s Friday and nobody wants to work. (Us included!) And what better way to while away a good hour of your afternoon than by playing blind item guessing games? We’ve rounded up the best fashion-related ones we could find and included our thoughts as to the answers. Leave yours in the comments.
We may have been preoccupied with the theatrical shoulder flourish on Christina Hendricks‘s red Romona Keveza gown at the Golden Globes, but the real drama had to do with her borrowed Chopard jewels. At some point during her red carpet tour of duty, Hendricks lost one of the two bracelets she wore to the awards. The cost of the piece? $850,000. Yikes.
Even though the fashion and celebrity whirlwind known as The Golden Globes is just a sparkling memory in the Internet’s eye, we know that there are still a fair few people who haven’t had the chance to feast their eyes on the glorious bounty of pinks, greens and sequins that dominated the award shoe’s red carpet yet. And to make it easy for you to dive right in, we’ve collected all of our Golden Globes coverage into one post.