Top Golden Globes Fashion Trends
The actress brought this year's hottest color combo to the Golden Globes with a red and pink Lanvin design.
A bold shock of scarlet offset Angelina Jolie's ice-white Atelier Versace gown. A hot red clutch and pout complemented her design.
Emma Stone took a subtle approach to the colorful trend with a cranberry and aubergine Lanvin gown.
Presenter Reese Witherspoon heated up the red carpet in Zac Posen's hot silhouette in an equally fiery hue!
A custom Vera Wang design in brilliant peacock hugged the famous curves of Sofia Vergara before flaring out into an intricately ruffled train.
Elle Macpherson sported a Zac Posen gown with a retro-inspired layered tulle trumpet hem.
Not-So-Basic Black-Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore's all-black Chanel was textured with soft ruffles and shirring.
Not-So-Basic Black-Rooney Mara
Rooney Mara's noir Nina Ricci featured peek-a-boo cutouts.
Not-So-Basic Black-Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis chose a Christian Dior gown with a sheer tulle bodice with a single strap.
Pale Pastels-Charlize Theron
Charlize Theron hardly faded into the background in her soft blush gown by Dior Couture.
Pale Pastels-Heidi Klum
Heidi Klum went nude in a Calvin Klein Collection column.
Pale Pastels-Shailene Woodley
A soft lavender hue added to the ethereal effect of Shailene Woodley's Marchesa gown.
Deep Blues-Berenice Bejo
Berenice Bejo selected a vibrant cobalt gown that set off her alabaster complexion.
Deep Blues-Freida Pinto
Freida Pinto glowed in a silk Prada design in deep teal.
Deep Blues-Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams accented her strawberry blond coif with a navy embroidered gown from Jason Wu.
Cutout Backs-Claire Danes
Claire Danes worked all angles in a J. Mendel gown with an open beaded back.
Cutout Backs-Nicole Richie
A seductive Julien MacDonald design revealed Nicole Richie's toned back.
Cutout Backs-Julianna Margulies
Julianna Margulies's Naeem Khan design contrasted its long sleeves and high neckline with a revealing rear view.