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Awards season has snuck up upon us. Kicking off a crazy few months of red carpet appearances is the annual Golden Globe Awards, held this Sunday on January 7th. Cate Bosworth took our breath away in 2014 with a beautiful and sheer black Armani Couture gown with lace and ruffles, while Lupita Nyong'o's Calvin Klein ensemble was made for the red carpet that same year.
The 2018 Golden Globes are almost upon us, and it may be an odd year for red carpet fashion: Many stars are expected to wear black in solidarity with the many women who have faced mistreatment in Hollywood. In other words, we're anticipating a major contrast from the 2017 Golden Globes red carpet, where we saw bold patterns, low-cut necklines and a surprising amount of yellow. Among our worst dressed last year were Carrie Underwood, Jessica Biel and Kelly Preston, all of whom just took things too far in over-the-top gowns.
Tracee Ellis Ross is the very definition of black girl magic. The Black-ish star had an historical win at the 74th Golden Globe Awards by becoming the first black woman to win Best Actress in a TV series, Musical or Comedy in 35 years (Debbie Allen won in 1983 for Fame).
Mandy Moore literally left us speechless with her 74th Golden Globes Awards beauty look. The This Is Us star switched up her usual barely-there makeup and instead went for radiant skin with a pop of color. The result? A breathtaking combination of peach, blue, and taupe shades that accentuated her flawless complexion.
The Golden Globes are known as the award show where anything can happen. The same could be said of the jewelry that came down the red carpet on the stars at the 2017 Globes. There was everything from big diamond necklaces to a fresh spin on classic pearls and velvet ribbon chokers that cost just a few dollars. The best jewels of the evening ran the gamut of gorgeous styles in a range of prices.
For the 74th Golden Globes, the stars came to slay in the hair and makeup department. But while it’s true that most A-list celebs have glam squads armed with the most expensive cosmetics, lotions, and potions, that doesn’t mean those of us without that on-demand luxury can’t enjoy the same results.
The 74th Annual Golden Globes kicked off award season with a bang Sunday night. At the first award show of 2017, many celebs chose to depart from the typical red carpet look. Everything from menswear-inspired suits to borderline wedding gowns made an appearance.
If you’re going to hit one after-party post Globes, let it be HBO. The Beverly Hilton’s pool area was transformed into an opulent outdoor ballroom, where guests danced the night away to classic tracks from Michael Jackson and David Bowie. The Leftovers star Justin Theroux put in an appearance without his better half. When asked where wife Jennifer Aniston was that night, Theroux said at home, watching in her pajamas and that he looked forward to joining her soon.
Tracee Ellis Ross attends the 74th Golden Globe Awards. In fashion, they say three’s a trend — so what are we to make of the fact that at least five celebs wore a major ring situation to Sunday night’s 74th Golden Globe Awards? From Tracee Ellis Ross to Drew Barrymore, we saw celebs pile on the rings – and clearly we weren’t the only ones who noticed.
The always low-key Keri Russell makes her way into the ballroom with Matthew Rhys. With five minutes until showtime, Keri Russell used her partner, Matthew Rhys, as a human shield on her way into the ceremony. In the ballroom, J.J. Abrams showed Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataki a photo on his phone and it appeared to be of his kids.
Meryl Streep speaks during the 74th Golden Globe Awards. Meryl Streep, recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award at Sunday night’s Golden Globes ceremony, used her acceptance speech as an opportunity to draw attention to the political. The actress criticized President-elect Donald Trump for his bullying tendencies, specifically related to a 2015 incident in which he mocked a disabled New York Times reporter.
Actress Sarah Jessica Parker dominates with a braided, bejeweled beehive bun at the 74th Golden Globe Awards. Well, Sarah Jessica Parker certainly has. On Sunday, SJP’s Princess Leia-like braided ’do, created from a pair of fishtail-braid extensions, made for an unforgettable hair moment at the 2017 Golden Globes — but also one Parker couldn’t wait to shed, apparently, as she slipped it off before continuing on for some late-night food, and possibly even removed it before she got home, squeezing it into her tiny purse.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s looks for NBCUniversal’s 74th Golden Globes afterparty were sort of symbolic of their relationship. They wore drastically different gowns, shoes, and jewelry, but one detail was identical: their hair.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are friendly exes. Last night, as a Valentino Haute Couture-clad Stone walked to the stage to accept her Golden Globe award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for her performance in La La Land, Garfield could be seen giving her a standing ovation, proving that little things like love and respect don’t have to end just because a romantic relationship does. While Stone ascended the stage steps to give her heartwarming acceptance speech dedicated to people trying to achieve their dreams, cameras panning the crowd caught her famous ex, who was sitting front and center at the Hacksaw Ridge table, on his feet clapping proudly, at one point even emitting what looked to be an enthusiastic “woo” of appreciation.
As much as we love a full-on, over-the-top red carpet glam moment, there's much to be said for afterparty fashion, too. Lots of A-listers choose not to change their outfits, but we have to love the celebs that do change into something more comfortable — even if that means an equally fancy jumpsuit or a gown with just slightly more breathing room to party 'til dawn. Click ahead for seven outfit changes we loved.
If we could pick our favorite table at Sunday’s Golden Globes, we’d probably go with Amy Schumer and her Snatched mom Goldie Hawn. The makeup was courtesy of her ten-year artist, Andrea Tiller, who used Sisley and Glossier products on Schumer.
The naked dress might be so 2016 — but that doesn’t mean skin isn’t in. At the Golden Globes, stars including Emily Ratajkowski, Tracee Ellis Ross, Kristen Bell, and more used deep necklines, high hemlines, sheer fabrics, and other creative fashion tricks to better show off their bodies. Click through for the skimpiest looks on the red carpet Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Thanks to Hillary Clinton, pantsuits enjoyed a spike in popularity in 2016. At the Golden Globes, a handful of stars turned out in pantsuits, which these days (intended or not), feels like a nod to the look that defined the 2016 election season. Evan Rachel Wood’s custom Altuzarra tux went perfectly with her cropped haircut and was a standout on the red carpet.
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