At the Golden Globe Awards in Hollywood last night, the fashion was flying high. The battle of the red carpet is one of the most entertaining aspects of the night. This year, there was no shortage of glamour with designs from Zuhair Murad, Valentino and more coming out on top. And now...our picks for the Golden Globes best-dressed.
Kerry Washington was a golden goddess in this Dolce & Gabbana number. Between the gold foils and embellished shoulder details, this dress represents true red carpet luxury, and the designers' knack for statement-making details.
Olivia Culpo's off-the-wall Zuhair Murad dress won all the right kinds of attention, and also said plenty about the power of florals in winter. Culpo's look seemed...groundbreaking.
Somewhere, Yves Saint Laurent is smiling over Evan Rachel Wood in this chic tuxedo from Altuzzara. The Westworld actress made the "old boys" uniform look feminine. C'est magnifique.
Tracee Ellis Ross made noise last night when she became the first Black woman to win a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy Series since Debbie Allen in 1983. She was certainly dressed for the occasion in this Zuhair Murad Couture strapless look complemented with silver jewelry.
A black dress is often considered playing it safe, but Kristen Bell did something altogether different with this sequin embellished number with plunging neckline. That actress is both sexy and classic, and served top remind that black doesn't have to be boring or safe.
Nothing like the power of pink and one of Alessandro Michele's brilliant designs. Felicity Jones was magic in this Gucci dress that was all about the details from the sparkly bow front to the printed ruffle detailing.
Brie Larson was regal in this Rodarte. Red is often a tricky color to pull off due on the red carpet, but Larson is wearing this dress, not letting it wear her. Her poise and grace let her own a look fit for a princess.
Naomi Campbell is out of this world in this Atelier Versace gown with its futuristic couture vibe. Campbell is a lady who likes to be ahead of the times.
Just when we were wondering if Pierpaolo Picciolo could survive without Maria Grazia Chiuri, the former created this beautiful Valentino number for Emma Stone. The star embellished dress is fitting for a starlet of her magnitude, and helped her shine like a diamond.
And the queen of the high-low gown for the night was none other than music superstar and Hidden Figures actress Janelle Monae. The never conventional fashionista dazzled in this stem-winding Armani Privé.