Glamour

Who Won and Lost the Golden Globes Red Carpet?

The Golden Globes kicked off with the usual parade of gorgeous celebrities attired gorgeously and not-so gorgeously--and Evan Rachel Wood supreme in a beautiful custom tux, with a message for all young women watching.

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Evan Rachel Wood

The best red carpet look of the evening. This gorgeous, custom-made Altuzarra tuxedo was intended, said Wood, to show girls that dresses weren’t the only option on the red carpet—and that she wanted to pay homage to David Bowie and Marlene Dietrich. Mission accomplished on multiple levels.

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Viola Davis

Beautiful Michael Kors gown, and a wonderful winner’s speech. 

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Lily Collins

Living the fairytale in Zuhair Murad.

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Anna Chlumsky

Green, green, green Roland Mouret gown—intended to be seen. Love the ’tude.

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Emily Ratajkowski

OK, everyone. Really, just go home. Fashion is happening. Sexuality is happening. The awards? Meh. This is a very beautiful Reem Acra dress.

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Mandy Moore

The This Is Us star in a regally designed black Naeem Khan gown.

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Tracee Ellis Ross

Silver and stunning, and a Globe winner, in Zuhair Murad.

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Millie Bobby Brown

Simple, chic, fun Jenny Packham dress—and one of the most eloquent stars interviewed on the red carpet.

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Drew Barrymore

Mistress of all she surveys in Monique Lhuillier. 

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Carrie Underwood

Pink and ruffles: It’s a party dress for a party night. This Iris Serban dress divided Twitter. But a blue, cloudless sky would rile Twitter, so who cares.

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Felicity Jones

The dress that took the actress’s body over. Please return Felicity to us, insane dress.

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Natalie Portman

A gorgeous yellow Prada dress. Do see Portman in Jackie.

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Michelle Williams

No idea what's going on with this Louis Vuitton dress. Or what that thing around her neck is. But hey, such is fashion. 

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Ruth Negga

A burnished, paneled creation of silver, custom-made Dior. Stunning.

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Jessica Chastain

Sky blue Prada gown with floral bursts. A color rarely seen on the red carpet, fabulously worn here.

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Thandie Newton

Beautiful white gown with a gorgeous flaming surprise down there at the base.

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Sienna Miller

How to wear white simply and stunningly, and to showcase your punishing ab workouts.

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Jessica Biel

Black halter neck atop flowing flamboyance.

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Sarah Paulson

Metallics designed, and worn, with imagination and daring in this Marc Jacobs gown.

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Janelle Monae

On the basis that awards nights are nights of fun and silliness, and partying, this is a standout tulle-tastic custom Armani winner.

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Nicole Kidman

Somewhere, in a dusty Western town, an acid-addled drag queen and drunken, aging, brassy brothel owner got together. They had a dream. Would a Hollywood star wear one of their demented creations? Then Nicole Kidman rode into town with a fashion emergency. KISMET.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Julia Louis-Dreyfus shows the power of black and white in this Georges Chakra gown.

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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively

A couple so dazzling, they need to wear sunglasses when having breakfast together.

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Sofia Vergara

She changed into jeans and a shapeless sweater as soon as she could after the cameras stopped clicking. Joking! This stop-all-traffic number is by Zuhair Murad.

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Winona Ryder

In black custom Viktor & Rolf, and wonderful to see her. 

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Sophie Turner

An actress who wears consistently innovative, arresting fashion on red carpets. This is Louis Vuitton, and fabulous.

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Anna Kendrick

Gray is nobody’s friend, unless you are Anna Kendrick and you insist that gray works for you as with this Vionnet gown.

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Gal Gadot

Hey, could someone bring some old-school, no tricks, knock-dead glamour? Sure thing, said a pregnant Gal Gadot. Gimme some sequins, I’ll do the rest.

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Ryan Gosling

It worked. Again. This is what he does. We fainted. 

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Emma Stone

Emma Stone described her dress as “pink with some stars on it.” Fair enough. But she, her team, decided she should do the red carpet thing. If she finds it so vacuous, we say: Fine, stay home with Doritos, or turn up in anti-red carpet fashion statement jeans and a tee. Anyway, this gorgeous gown is by Valentino.

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Hailee Steinfeld

Dusky lavender Vera Wang gown. A flowing and ethereal dress that says its wearer is about to have a fun night out.

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Sterling K. Brown

So many men looking fantastic on the red carpet, including the extremely handsome star of The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story and This Is Us.

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Sarah Jessica Parker

Here comes the bride, in cutouts. A Vera Wang gown, and a hairstyle some said paid tribute to Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia.

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Gina Rodriguez

White gown, ruffled tassels, a wearer full of joy in Naeem Khan.

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Pharrell Williams

Pharrell Williams and Mimi Valdes win “best-dressed duo” by a country mile.

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Amy Adams

Statuesque and shimmering in a Tom Ford gown.