It's no surprise to see Jennifer Lawrence wearing Dior on a red carpet. It is refreshing, however, to see such a dramatically different take on your typical red awards-night gown ...
The cutouts? Divine. The Chopard diamond statement necklace? Terrific. The overall look? 100 percent perfect.
There's a lot going on with this floor-length white number: Sequined detailing at the hips. A jeweled neckline. And ...
... not one but two bows -- one on the belt and the other at the neckline. And yet, that's how you pull off a fashion risk, folks. And Longoria knows how to do it.
Sometimes you just need to go full Cinderella. And that's just what Gina Rodriguez did ...
... courtesy of this show-stopping Zac Posen number. No word on who designed the pumpkin coach.
Hello, golden girl. There are about 20 ways that a top-to-toe gold-sequined number can go wrong -- too much dazzle, too many other details -- but this is how you do it, people: a slim Calvin Klein silhouette, minimal jewelry, and ...
... simple, but stunning, hair.
As Alexander herself put it, this look required "lotsa tape," but in our words ...
... this Genny gown is "hella worth it." The emerald color, the daring, mixed-geometrics pattern, the pockets -- pockets! We have only one word: Bravisse.
Red, black and white seemed to be the colors of the night. But Amy Adams added an unexpectedly juicy orange look to the festivities, thanks to this Atelier Versace gown with ...
... just the right amount of glitter.
Lots of celebrities tried plunging necklines this year, but ...
... some rocked 'em better than others. In the winner's column: Olivia Wilde in a custom, sequined Michael Kors gown, paired with Bulgari jewels.
By default, most floor-length white gowns tend to look bridal, whether they're intended for that purpose or not. But in pairing her Elizabeth Kennedy gown with exactly the right Lorraine Schwartz jewels, Cox shows us that the impossible is all in a day's work.
Two words: Purple. Tux. It's hard to pull off a jewel-toned tuxedo (or any tuxedo that isn't black, quite frankly), but the endlessly stylish Oyelowo makes it look effortless.
Sometimes less is more. Joanne Froggatt wisely paired her plunging Reem Acra gown with a bare neckline.
In a sea of red, black, gold and white, Queen Latifah stood out in this pale blue Badgley Mischka masterpiece.
The Mr. Robot co-star is a glamorous machine in this perfectly fitted silver vision.
Is there any look that this supermodel can't rock, including a scary amount of fringe?
We wonder if she's the only woman in the world who can pull off this Marchesa gown.
Maybe it's a bit cheeky to pair a tuxedo with Concord Jordan 11 sneakers. But that's what the Globes are all about: Glamour and fun. Plus, consider: Sudekis's wine-colored socks matched wife Olivia Wilde's gown. So there.
The color of Dunst's dress may be basic, but boy oh boy, the deep cut is anything but.
Not every best-dressed women sported a gown this year. Wearing two pieces is always a risk on a fancy red carpet, but this Thakoon look was well worth it.
The petite Pinkett looked like a gem in this emerald gown, which showed off her killer gams by way of a thigh-high slit.
Johnny Depp's wife looked stunning in this floor-length, ethereal red gown with matching lips.
When other starlets were zigging on the red carpet, the daring Palermo zagged in this playful Delpozo.
Peplums were all the rage a few years ago, but ...
... Akerman showed that they can be timeless, if worn right.
When is a tux more than a tux? When it's got tux-ture; look closely and you'll see ...
... a delightfully subtle plaid pattern on Ansari's jacket.
You can call this Empire star a sugar Cookie in this delicious white confection.
Now this Dolce & Gabbana is a dress for the ages -- the kind that reveals something different every time you look at it ...
From the gorgeous pink color to the jeweled embellishments arranged in a floral pattern right below the strapless neckline, it's a gown that keeps on giving.