74th Annual Golden Globes Red Carpet Fashion
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Red Carpet Looks from the 2017 Golden Globes.
While most of us may never have the urge to sew couture gowns as daring as those worn by A-listers at Sunday’s 74th Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, we may be tempted to at least try the latest colors and silhouettes we saw on the televised event. Among the standouts were fitted silhouettes, cold shoulder details, romantic sheer lace, and ensembles with shine and sparkle. Popular colors were the always elegant white and black. Yellow gowns made a strong showing, too. Here is a roundup of some trends seen on the red carpet.
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Spectrum of Colors
Color Me Purple
(From left to right): Television personality Nancy O’Dell, Golden Globe nominees Hailee Steinfield in Vera Wang and Chrissy Metz wearing Christian Siriano.
(First row, from left): Loa Kirke, Golden Globe nominee Lilly Collins in Zuhair Murad and presenter Felicity Jones wearing Gucci.
(Second row, from left): Carrie Underwood, Karrueche Tran in Dolce & Gabbana, and Connie Britton in Georges Chakra.
(From left to right): Golden Globe nominee Natalie Portman in Prada, Reese Withersoon in Atelier Versace, Golden Globe Winner for Best Supporting Actress Viola Davis wearing Michael Kors, two-time Golden Globe nominee Kerry Washington in Dolce and Gabbana and newcomer Maisie Williams in Ong Oaj Pairam.
White Hot Stars
(First row, from left): Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton, Kristen Wiig in Reem Acra, fashion icon Sarah Jessica Parker in Vera Wang, Gillian Anderson, and Sienna Miller in Michael Kors.
(Second row, from left): first-time Golden Globe nominee Issa Rae in Christian Siriano, past Golden Globe winner Gina Rodriguez in Naeem Khan, Felicity Huffman in Edition by Georges Chakra, and first-time Golden Globe nominee Thandie Newton in Bardot.
(From left): Amy Landecker, Gwendolyn Christie, and Olympian Simone Biles.
Black and White
(First row, from left): Julia Louis Dreyfus in Edition by Georges Chakra, Heidi Klum in J. Mendel, and Sophie Turner.
(Second row, from left): Janelle Monáe in Armani Privé, Jessica Biel in Ellie Saab, and Kelly Preston in Christian Siriano.
Midnight in Hollywood
(First row, from left): Teresa Palmer in Armani Privé, Susan Kelechi in Romona Keveza Collection, Amy Adams in Tom Ford, and Riley Keough in Chanel.
(Second row, from left): Winona Ryder in Viktor and Rolf, Carly Steel in Jovani Signature, Mandy Moore in Naeem Khan, and Zazie Beetz in a Delphine Manivet gown.
(Third row, from left): Rachel Bloom in Christian Siriano; Blake Lively in Atelier Versace; and the Stalone sisters Sistine, Scarlet, and Sophia all in Michael Kors.
Shine and Sparkle
(First row, from left): Chrissy Teigen, Tracee Ellis Ross in Zuhair Murad, Drew Barrymore in Monique Lhuillier, Golden Globe winner Emma Stone in Valentino, and fellow Golden Globe winner Claire Foy in Erdem.
(Second row, from left): Golden Globe winner Sarah Paulson in Marc Jacobs, Prianka Chopra in Ralph Lauren, Naomie Harris in Armani Privé, Sofia Vergara, and Annette Bening in Pamella Roland.
(First row, from left): Ruth Negga in Louis Vuitton, Regina King in Romona Keveza, Access Hollywood host Natalie Morales in St. John Knits, and Yvette Nicole Brown in Vince Camuto.
(Second row, from left): Nicole Kidman in Alexander McQueen, Georgina Chapman, newcomer Millie Bobby Brown in Jenny Packham, and Kristin Cavallari in Idan Cohen.
(From left): Golden Globe Nominee Evan Rachel Wood in Altuzarra, Kathryn Hahn in Brandon Maxwell, and Octavia Spencer in Laura Basci.
Wide-set Plunging Necklines
(From left): Gina Rodriguez in Naeem Khan, Kristen Bell in Jenny Packham, Mandy Moore in Naeem Kahn, and Jessica Biel in Elie Saab.
(From left): Anna Kendrick, Naomi Campbell, and Viola Davis.
Give Them the Cold Shoulder
(From left): Nicole Kidman in Alexander McQueen, Sofia Vergara in Zuhair Murad, Sarah Jessica Parker in Vera Wang, Hailee Steinfeld also in Vera Wang, and Drew Barrymore in Monique Lhuillier.
(From left): Trace Lysette, Riley Keough, Olivia Culpo in Zuhair Murad, and Sienna Miller in Michael Kors.
Floral Prints and Embellishments
(From left): Busy Philipps in Stella McCartney, Jessica Chastain in Prada, Olivia Culpo in Zuhair Murad, and Laura Dern in Burberry.
Ruffles and Flounces Galore
(From left): Carrie Underwood, Chrissy Teigen, Zoe Saldana in Gucci, and Kelly Preston in Christian Siriano.
Pregnant Star Style
(From left): Golden Globe nominee Natalie Portman in Prada and Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot.
What where your favorites looks? Who did you think missed the mark? Will you try to incorporate any of the designs and details on these gowns into your sewing?
Photos: E! News Online
These yellow gowns added rays of sunshine to the already glowing Golden Globes.
Black and white
Black and white with a plunging neckline
Cold shoulder/shoulder cutouts
Neckline and bodice cutouts
Floral prints and embellishments
Sparkle, sequins, and shine
Sparkle, sequins, and shine continued
They couldn't go wrong with classic white gowns.
They were thinking pink for the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
Full length/long sleeves
Some of our favorite looks featured fitted silhouettes, romantic sheer lace, shine and sparkle, and elegantly executed plunging necklines.