Stars are all decked out to celebrate the best in entertainment for the past year and along with it came the most awaited red carpet event where the finest looks can be seen. Here are some of the most noteworthy fashion moments:
In support of Times Up
Last Globes, women wore black to show solidarity and support for the Times Up and #Metoo movements. This year, celebrities wore black-and-white bracelets and ribbons that read #TimesUpx2. “While we’re still fighting for safety and equity in the workplace, those are symptoms of a larger problem of an imbalance of power,” Rachel Brosnahan, for best actress for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” said.
Light blues and periwinkle seemed to be the color of choice of stars Alison with Brie (in Vera Wang), Lady Gaga (in Valentino Haute Couture), Alison Janey, and Gina Rodriguez (in Reem Acra) looking stunning and glowing in slightly varying shades.
Trust Julia Roberts to make a deviation from all the flowy dresses and pull off a sophisticated trouser and chiffon combo. While Laura Harrier went full menswear in Louis Vuitton.
Big and pretty little bows adorned the celebs' dresses, adding something extra to their whole look, and Danai Gurira, Dakota Fanning (in custom Armani Privé), Penélope Cruz (in Ralph & Russo), Julianne Moore and Gemma Chan (in Valentino Haute Couture) were all in the same style page.
Crazy Rich Asians' leading lady Constance Wu went back to basics and stood out in a feminine nude-colored dress and accented by an orange bow. Meanwhile, Emma Stone added a little sparkle to her barely there look.
Florals in bloom
It isn't Spring yet but Heidi Klum(in Monique Lhuillier) and Molly Sims are bringing fresh florals to to the occasion.
Nicole Kidman, Lupita Nyong'O, Regina King, Saoirse Ronan, and Lucy Boynton were all golden and glittery for the night.
Classic black and white
Amber Heard (in Monique Lhuillier) Charlize Theron (in Dior Haute Couture) and Rachel Weisz (in Céline) kept it simple and classy in this color pairing that will always be in vogue. Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer also kept it clean and simple in all-white.
Who would think about wearing animal print in a formal dress code? Only Anne Hathaway will as she elevated her style game in an unconventional leopard print-on-print Elie Saab attire with a hint of sequins.
Jade and Emerald
Catherine Zeta Jones and Michelle Yeoh looked every bit like queens in this elegant color.