Celebrity Top Golden Globes Fashion Trends By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Instagram Twitter InStyle's mantra is "Everybody's in," and that means anyone who finds their way to our stories should find themselves reflected in them. We prioritize bringing the right writer to every story and sometimes collaborate as a team to ensure we're including points of view across race, gender expression, body size, skin and hair type, and more. Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. For more about our team, click here. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on February 27, 2015 @ 11:32AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Top Golden Globes Fashion Trends 01 of 18 Two-Tone-Natalie Portman Steve Granitz/WireImage The actress brought this year's hottest color combo to the Golden Globes with a red and pink Lanvin design. 02 of 18 Two-Tone-Angelina Jolie Steve Granitz/WireImage A bold shock of scarlet offset Angelina Jolie's ice-white Atelier Versace gown. A hot red clutch and pout complemented her design. 03 of 18 Two-Tone-Emma Stone Steve Granitz/WireImage Emma Stone took a subtle approach to the colorful trend with a cranberry and aubergine Lanvin gown. 04 of 18 Mermaid-Reese Witherspoon Steve Granitz/WireImage Presenter Reese Witherspoon heated up the red carpet in Zac Posen's hot silhouette in an equally fiery hue! 05 of 18 Mermaid-Sofia Vergara Jason Merritt/Getty Images A custom Vera Wang design in brilliant peacock hugged the famous curves of Sofia Vergara before flaring out into an intricately ruffled train. 06 of 18 Mermaid-Elle Macpherson Steve Granitz/WireImage Elle Macpherson sported a Zac Posen gown with a retro-inspired layered tulle trumpet hem. 07 of 18 Not-So-Basic Black-Julianne Moore Steve Granitz/WireImage Julianne Moore 's all-black Chanel was textured with soft ruffles and shirring. 08 of 18 Not-So-Basic Black-Rooney Mara Chris Pizzello/AP Rooney Mara's noir Nina Ricci featured peek-a-boo cutouts. 09 of 18 Not-So-Basic Black-Mila Kunis Jason Merritt/Getty Images Mila Kunis chose a Christian Dior gown with a sheer tulle bodice with a single strap. 10 of 18 Pale Pastels-Charlize Theron Jason Merritt/Getty Images Charlize Theron hardly faded into the background in her soft blush gown by Dior Couture. 11 of 18 Pale Pastels-Heidi Klum Jeff Vespa/WireImage Heidi Klum went nude in a Calvin Klein Collection column. 12 of 18 Pale Pastels-Shailene Woodley Steve Granitz/WireImage A soft lavender hue added to the ethereal effect of Shailene Woodley's Marchesa gown. 13 of 18 Deep Blues-Berenice Bejo Jeff Vespa/WireImage Berenice Bejo selected a vibrant cobalt gown that set off her alabaster complexion. 14 of 18 Deep Blues-Freida Pinto Steve Granitz/WireImage Freida Pinto glowed in a silk Prada design in deep teal. 15 of 18 Deep Blues-Michelle Williams Jason Merritt/Getty Images Michelle Williams accented her strawberry blond coif with a navy embroidered gown from Jason Wu. 16 of 18 Cutout Backs-Claire Danes Steve Granitz/WireImage Claire Danes worked all angles in a J. Mendel gown with an open beaded back. 17 of 18 Cutout Backs-Nicole Richie Steve Granitz/WireImage A seductive Julien MacDonald design revealed Nicole Richie's toned back. 18 of 18 Cutout Backs-Julianna Margulies Jason Merritt/Getty Julianna Margulies 's Naeem Khan design contrasted its long sleeves and high neckline with a revealing rear view.