The Hottest Parties of Golden Globes 2016
See what went down in the best parties and events the weekend of the 2016 Golden Globes.
Eva Longoria and Taraji P. Henson
Empire’s Taraji P. Henson changed into an easier-to-wear boudoir-inspired Stella McCartney gown for the InStyle & Warner Bros. official after-party, where she showed off her trophy to Eva Longoria. Henson's shoes came off next—she pulled her whole girl squad over to the L'Oréal Rollasole station, where she picked up a pair of gold flats.
Jennifer Lopez, Casper Smart, and Kourtney Kardashian
After taking 10 minutes worth of selfies on the red carpet at the InStyle & Warner Bros. official after-party, Kourtney Kardashian caught up with Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart. Lopez had just changed out of her Giambattista Valli gown and into a white cap-sleeve design. “I wanted to wear something comfortable because people kept stepping on my train!” she said.
Maura Tierney & Kate Hudson
After winning the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in TV Series, Limited Series, or Movie, The Affair star Maura Tierney posed for a snap with Kate Hudson.
Mark Ruffalo and Orlando Bloom
Infinitely Polar Bear
star Mark Ruffalo, who was nominated for Best Actor in Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy, chatted with Orlando Bloom at the InStyle & Warner Bros. official after-party.
Brie Larson and Ariel Foxman
InStyle Editorial Director Ariel Foxman congratulated Room star Brie Larson on her Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama award. The Golden Globe winner shimmered in a custom Calvin Klein gown, which she described as "the most gorgeous dress I could have ever imagined."
Sylvester Stallone and Family
At the InStyle & Warner Bros. after-party, Creed star Sylvester Stallone celebrated his Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture win alongside his family.
Christian Slater proudly showed off his trophy for best supporting actor in a TV series to everyone that came up to congratulate him inside the InStyle & Warner Bros. after-party, where he met up with his Mr. Robot castmates. "It’s a thrill. It’s an honor," he told InStyle of his win. "I’m phenomenally humbled by this and very grateful."
Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox stunned in a white gown at the InStyle & Warner Bros. official after-party, where she revealed the music gets her going on the dance floor: "Anything by Beyoncé."
Kourtney Kardashian and Kylie Jenner
Sister act: Kourtney Kardashian and Kylie Jenner worked the room at the InStyle & Warner Bros. official after-party.
Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren
Kate Winslet and Michael Fassbender
Following Winslet's best supporting actress in a movie win for Steve Jobs, co-star Fassbender gave her a congratulatory smooch at the NBCUniversal after-party.
CORINNE AND JAMIE FOXX
Miss Golden Globe 2016 and her handsome father definitely were in party-hopping spirits, stopping into the Weinstein Company & Netflix 2016 Golden Globe after-party. So did Hollywood gift her with a warm welcome? "All the presenters were so nice to me," she told InStyle. "Melissa McCarthy said, 'You're so beautiful. You're fantastic,' which was so sweet!"
Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst
Leo! The Revenant star took home the award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama and was later spotted celebrating with longtime friend Tobey Maguire inside the Fox Golden Globe Awards after-party.
Matt Damon and wife Luciana Barroso
Taraji P. Henson
After changing into a floral, lingerie-like pastel dress, Empire's Taraji P. Henson proudly showed off her first Golden Globe Award inside the Fox Golden Globe Awards after-party. We think Cookie Lyon would definitely approve of this unforgettable moment.
Lady Gaga showed nothing but love towards her first Golden Globe.
After taking home the Globe for Best Actress in a TV Series, Comedy or Musical for her performance in Crazy Ex Girlfriend, Rachel Bloom continued to stun in her emerald Christian Siriano design.
Girls star Andrew Rannells may have rocked a tailored Calvin Klein suit inside the HBO Golden Globes after-party, but this dapper get-up isn't what he wore before arriving. "I was watching from my home until I had to get dressed," he revealed. "So it's very strange to be watching at home, and then like, put on clothes and be like, 'oh! Here we are with all those people we were just watching on TV."
Bryan Cranston, Richard Plepler, and Jon Hamm
The two actors caught up with HBO CEO Richard Plepler. Cranston was of course nominated for his role in Trumbo while the always-hunky Hamm took home the Globe for Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama for his role in Mad Men.
Jamie Chung once again wowed in a two-toned KaufmanFranco design inside the HBO Golden Globes after-party. Before the epic showdown, the beauty took a moment to reflect on her career and the words of advice that have inspired her. ""I think the one thing was do not give up and have very thick skin. You're going to hear a lot of 'Nos,'" she says. "You're only as good as your next big project. And you have to absolutely love it."
Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke knows how to instantly transform, and that's exactly what she did upon arriving to the HBO Golden Globes after-party. Clarke switched out of her dark-toned Valentino frock and rocked this sultry Dolce & Gabbana piece. "My first dress has a train that was like lethal, for myself and anyone around me, so I decided to get changed," she told us.
Jeffrey Tambor and Jason Schwartzman
At Amazon's after-party at the Beverly Hilton, Transparent star Jeffrey Tambor hugged it out withJason Schwartzman, whose show Mozart in the Jungle took home the award for Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy.
Mozart in the Jungle star Lola Kirke may have taken off her shoes as soon as she got inside Amazon’s Golden Globes after-party at the Beverly Hilton, but that didn’t stop her from showing off her gown’s thigh-high slit every time she posed for a photo after her show's big win.
Cate Blanchett and Brie Larson
Two of the five Best Actress nominees at this year’s Golden Globes had some time to chat at the BAFTA Los Angeles Awards Season Tea, held at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.
Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan
The stars of Outlander convened at the BAFTA Los Angeles Awards Season Tea, where they put an end to rumors that they’re actually a couple IRL. “I think it’s great that people believe that [we’re together],” said Heughan (in Sandro), alongside Balfe in Calvin Klein. “We’re not. But it’s nice that fans are so attached to that idea.”
“I feel totally out of place,” joked Flesh and Bone’s Golden Globe nominee Sarah Hay at the BAFTA Los Angeles Awards Season Tea. “It’s really exciting. My nomination was very unexpected. This is my first acting job!”
Steve Carrell and Ryan Gosling
The stars of The Big Short joined in the festivities at the American Film Institute’s annual awards luncheon, which honors their choices for the top 10 films and television shows of the year.
Claire Danes and Kirsten Dunst
Christina Hendricks, Vivienne Westwood, and Kelly Osbourne
Dame Vivenne Westwood and her design partner, creative director, and husband Andreas Kronthaler brought their version of heaven to 3Labs in Culver City, as they teamed up to design the Ninth Annual Art of Elysium Heaven Gala, which raises money for the charity that brings art to critically-ill children. Many of the guests wore Westwood’s designs, including Christina Hendricks and Kelly Osbourne. "I’ve been a fan of hers since I knew what fashion was,” said Hendricks, who starred in the fashion designer’s campaign in 2011. "She’s a badass. She’s feminine. She’s a rule breaker and I love her. She’s a true artist."
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
It’s cold in L.A.! Johnny Depp kept wife Amber Heard warm by loaning her his suit jacket to wear over her red Vivienne Westwood gown at the Art of Elysium Ninth Annual Heaven Gala in Culver City.
Madonna and Sean Penn
Penn walked the red carpet with Madonna and her children, David Banda and Mercy James, at his annual Help Haiti Home gala in Beverly Hills. The Queen of Pop treated guests to a private performance of the French song "La Vie en Rose" on her ukulele after praising her former husband for his work to bring sustainable programs to Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. "I want to say, Sean, that I love you, from the moment that I laid eyes on you," Madonna said. "And I still love you, just the same." Swoon.
The actor, who's nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama, for his role in The Revenant, couldn't stop smiling at his pal Sean Penn's Help Haiti Home fundraiser. In addition to auctioning off his home to one lucky bidder for a five-night stay (plus a lunch with the famously charitable star himself!), DiCaprio bid on—and won—one of U2 frontman Bono's famous guitars.
The British actress celebrated her Best Female Lead Spirit Award nomination at the 2016 Film Independent Filmmaker Grant and Spirit Award Nominees Brunch in an Asian-inspired number. Of her edgy role in The Diary of a Teenage Girl that earned her the nod, she said: “Believe in yourself. And don’t let anyone tell you what to do.”
Uzo Aduba and Rami Malek
Orange Is the New Black
’s Uzo Aduba and Mr. Robot’s Rami Malek co-hosted the 2016 Film Independent Filmmaker Grant and Spirit Award Nominees Brunch, which gave out $75,000 in grants to filmmakers. "I have more famous people this weekend than I have in my entire life,” said Malek, one of the year’s biggest breakout stars. "It’s a blessing."
Rami Malek and Brie Larson
Two first-time nominees, Room star Brie Larson and Mr. Robot's Rami Malek were on hand to ring in the weekend at one of its first parties, W Magazine's annual pre-Globes celebration of the year's best performances at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles. The reason behind their smiles? Larson, who wore a menswear-inspired Celine outfit, is nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama, while Malek is up for Best Actor in a Television Series, Drama.
Alicia Vikander is nominated for not one, but two Golden Globes: She's up for Best Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in The Danish Girl, as well as Best Supporting Actress in Any Motion Picture for her performance in Ex Machina. The star kicked off the celebrations early this weekend by attending W Magazine's annual pre-Globes party in a floral off-shoulder Marc Jacobs dress.