Winning (And Losing) Looks From the Golden Globes
Our picks for best and worst fash of the night
When it comes to the Golden Globes, we have questions, and we want answers.
First of all, who put Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis on stage at the same time? Our eyes were burning from all the hotness and we weren’t sure how to douse the flame. (That is, until we saw Jared Leto’s greasy pony — yikes. Talk about a buzzkill.)
Second, how can we become Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s third BFF? Is there an application process? Do we need to kill off Rashida Jones?
And third, how many incredible looks were there on the red carpet?! Seriously, the stars brought their fashion A-game to The Globes this year. Here are some of our faves (and least faves) of the night!
Oh-EM-Gee. We have a new fashionista to keep an eye out for! Lupita Nyong’o starred in Globe-winning 12 Years a Slave, and took the carpet by storm in a red Ralph Lauren column dress featuring a cape that would put Little Red Riding Hood to shame.
Kate may not have won a Golden Globe, but the British beauty looked like a sexy silver siren in this Zuhair Murad creation. With a criss-crossing gunmetal to silver ombre pattern, and a to-die-for sweetheart neckline, we are ub-sessed with this dress.
Amber floated down the carpet like a goddess in this navy Versace gown, and we’d love to ask her two things. First, who did her hair in that perfectly coifed messy updo? And second, does Johnny Depp always have that piratey drawl?
Cate was a winner in more ways than one at the Golden Globes. Her gorge Armani Prive black lace and tulle gown featured a plunging back and stood out against the golden statue she won for Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama for her role in Blue Jasmine.
OK, we’ll admit that when we first saw Emma’s
gown pantsuit outfit we were a little confused. But once we realized that homegirl had figured out a way to look sexy and keep wearing our beloved leggings, we were all for it. We’re totally digging Hermione’s Emma’s magical Christian Dior look.
While we love that Paula Patton took “winter whites” so seriously, we have to admit that her look came across as more of a melting snow woman. (Hey, what can ya do — it’s 80 degrees in LA.)
Apparently not everything is black and white when it comes to award night fashion. Hayden’s contrasting halter-style Tom Ford gown would have been perf with a styled low bun, but we’re just not feeling the slicked back ‘do with this look.
Remember in middle school when you weren’t allowed to show your shoulders so you wore shirts underneath your dresses? …Ya, this is sort of like that. Julia, you’ll always be a Pretty Woman, but show us your gorge girly self and leave the menswear trend to Diane Keaton.
Speaking of middle school, Heidi Klum took us back to the good ole’ days of rocking bejewelled chokers. But unfortunately all the nostalgia in the world couldn’t let us forgive this look, which was totally overwhelming along with her floral-embellished Gucci gown. Well Heidi, you know what they say in fashion, “One day you’re in, and the next day, you’re out!”
xx, The FabFitFun Team