Golden Globe Awards 2015 Red Carpet Fashion Review [WATCH VIDEO]
The 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards was held in Beverly Hills on Jan. 11, 2015. The first big awards ceremony of the season, which was attended by the biggest names in film and television, was presented by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. But before they can receive the gong or present the awards, the stars must walk the red carpet. Let us have a sneak peek at the sartorial dominance at the Golden Globe 2015 ceremony.
According to USA Today, the biggest trend at the gala was white and metallic gowns. Many other celebrities turned heads with their awesome sartorial picks. Click here to check out the gallery of the stars arriving before the big show.
Poehler and Fey looked perfect on the carpet. Fey stunned in a bespoke Antonio Berardi tea-length dress in white with black paneling and sparkling adornments, including a silver Roger Vivier clutch. Poehler was clad in azure Stella McCartney with sparkling bracelets.
Amy Adams looked like an idol as she stepped on the red carpet in a flawlessly draped the lilac Versace gown. Miss Golden Globes, Greer Grammer, wowed the crowd as she walked the carpet in pink Lorena Sarbu gown.
Jennifer Lopez turned heads in Zuhair Murad gown and Jimmy Choo sandals. Jennifer Aniston was looking chic in black Saint Laurent gown. However, she suffered a wardrobe malfunction. With dangling black earrings she wore her hair swept back in an updo.
Perennially best-dressed Julianne Moore, who won the Best Actress in a Motion Picture for Drama, looked great in a feathered, metallic Givenchy couture creation. Rosamund Pike also stunned in a white dress by Vera Wang.
Best Actress nominee Emily Blunt wowed the onlookers in a bespoke Michael Kors gown. Reese Witherspoon looked stunning in a sparkled creation by Calvin Klein. She kept her makeup natural and wore minimal jewelry.
Other outstanding white and metallic gowns include: Kate Hudson in body-hugging Versace, Diane Kruger in Emilia Wickstead, Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Narciso Rodriguez and Dakota Johnson in a stunning Chanel creation.
Jessica Chastain was wearing an Atelier Versace number accessorized with a Piaget timepiece. Lupita Nyong’o looked absolutely charming in a lilac Giambattista Valli gown, with a flowered bustier and sweeping train. Viola Davis sported a Donna Karan Atelier. Allison Williams was clad in Armani Privé. Best Actress nominee Felicity Jones was looking elegant in a modest, teal Dior gown.
Two couples officially landed on our best dressed list:
Julianna Margulies was nominated for her role as Alicia Florrick. She walked the red carpet with her studly husband Keith Lieberthal. Margulies looked gorgeous in a cherry-colored Ulyana Sergeenko Couture strapless gown with Bvlgari necklace, and her lawyer hubby sported a classic black tux.
Newly wedded Mr. and Mrs. Clooney looked great while walking the carpet. Amal Clooney was pairing a sleek, black Dior gown with statement-making Harry Winston jewels and her very own white satin gloves and a “Je Suis Charlie” pin. Clooney wore his wedding day tuxedo. He looked super dapper in a classic black tuxedo with a bow tie.
Also in black, greenhorn and winner of the Best Actress in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy, Gina Rodriguez looked eye-catching in Badgley Mischka.
Emma Stone stood out in a Lanvin jumpsuit. Lorde wore sparkling in all-black Narciso Rodriguez pants. Christine Baranski wore a crimson Zac Posen creation. Helen Mirren also walked the red carpet in a red gown.
For the men, Clooney and Eddie Redmayne stole the show. Redmayne was looking dashing in a perfectly fitted black Gucci suit paired with a Chopard watch. He won the award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama. Seth Meyers and Matt Bomer sported navy-blue tuxedos. David Oyelowo rocked a sparkled Prussian tuxedo with complimented with sparkled black shoes.
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And that’s it for the 72nd Golden Globe fashion review. For more details coming up about the event, stay tuned here on Movie News Guide (MNG).
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