Kate Moss' high-necked, black sequins gown stole the show at the 1995 Globes.
The good gown hunting paid off in a big way for Minnie Driver.
There are a number of red carpet looks that will go down in history as the best of the Golden Globes. This timeless gown on Calista Flockhart is one of them.
The supermodel looked super amazing on the red carpet in this striking red gown.
Halle Berry was such a vision in this beaded number that it was tough to remember to look at her Golden Globe!
Calista Flockhart shed her Ally McBeal office threads for this sheer, black look.
With this adorable gown, Sarah Michelle Gellar proved she was not only chic but charitable. Following the 9/11 attacks, she auctioned off the dress to raise money for those affected.
Kate Hudson brought Hollywood glamour to the Globes in this Atelier Versace gown.
No one could wear this Narciso Rodriguez like Salma Hayek. And we mean no one!
A simply elegant light blue gown for the incredible Nicole Kidman.
Kim Cattrall looked very Sex and the City in 2003.
Pregnancy is beautiful, especially when wrapped in a gorgeous gown like this one Cate Blanchett selected for the 2004 Golden Globes.
Looking completely opposite from her award-winning portrayal in Monster, Charlize Theron stepped onto the red carpet in this delicate Christian Dior.
Sex and the City star Kristin Davis looked spectacular in nude in 2004.
Following the final season of Friends, Jennifer Aniston took the plunge ... with this daring Valentino gown.
Sarah Jessica Parker looked very Carrie in this dreamy dress.
The beautiful Mischa Barton showed just the right amount of back.
Chalize Theron went for dark and moody with beautiful results in this Christian Dior Couture look.
No, this isn't a shot from a dream sequence. It's Cate Blanchett in an ethereal Jean Paul Gaultier gown at the 2005 Golden Globes.
Uma Thurman embodied "The Bride" on the red carpet in this white Dior gown.
Following the success of King Kong, Naomi Watts stepped onto the red carpet in this outstanding Valentino couture gown.
Hilary Swank holds the title for best copper Golden Globes look thanks to this Calvin Klein gown.
Halle Berry defied all laws of physics in this Valentino gown.
This vintage Valentino made Jennifer Garner the star of the red carpet in 2005.
Renée Zellweger stunned in this sleek gown.
Even though Kirsten Dunst wore the same gown to a Golden Globes after-party three years before, Reese Witherspoon looked fabulous as she took home several awards for her role in Walk The Line.
The fact that Scarlett Johansson is the queen of va-va-voom is evident.
Sienna Miller's hairstyle was as much a part of the reason this look succeeded as the sweet, angelic gown that matched it so well.
Jessica Biel's ultra-flattering dress was subtle but has held up well over the years.
Among Jennifer Lopez's many iconic looks, this one-shoulder floor-length shift dress with golden embellishments is still one of the best.
Oh, Halle Berry. Is there anything you can't wear?
Few could pull off this vibrant purple hue as well as Sandra Bullock, but contrasted with her onyx locks and olive skin tone, it was nothing short of divine on her.
Kate Hudson definitely has some winning style knowledge.
This dress on Eva Longoria had all the ladies of Wisteria Lane (and beyond) talking.
Anne Hathaway's gold sequins, column dress was fresh, sexy and single-handedly restored our respect for occasional shoulder padding.
This maroon gown has it all: shape, sophistication, and some fun accessories (that belt!).
The intricate detail of Nicole Kidman's gown in 2012 made it a red carpet showstopper.
Can't decide between short or long? Charlize Theron went with both in 2012.
The pop of color on the shoulder and her lips made this satin Angelina Jolie gown really sing.
Salma Hayek's geometric bodice complimented her covetable hourglass figure.
Dark and daring, this gown was perfect on Kate Hudson.
Halle Berry was a goddess in this floral gown on the Golden Globes red carpet in 2013.
Jennifer Garner oozed seduction in this scarlet gown.
This two-toned red gown was completely alluring on Amy Adams, whose red hair added yet another contrast to the mix.
In a year when Lupita Nyong'o was owning all manner of red carpets, her decision to go with a bright red cape design was full of win.
OK, Cate Blanchett. We get it. You're a red carpet maven and we are not worthy.
Dressing up while pregnant isn't always easy, but Olivia Wilde's decision to rock this body-hugging emerald surprise was exquisite.
Margot Robbie's white gown might have been simple enough if not for the stunning metallic accoutrements that were placed in just the right spots to elevate the piece.
Laura Dern's spunky dress had all the appeal of an animal print but still managed to be sophisticated at the same time.
Reese Witherspoon's gown in 2015 had just the right amount of sexy slink.
Naomi Watts was a bright spot on the red carpet in 2015.
That color. That shape. This woman! Salma Hayek, you win.
Gina Rodriguez walked onto the Golden Globes looking like a total princess in this deep blue ball gown by Zac Posen.
Some may think twice about wearing red on the red carpet, but Jennifer Lawrence went for it and won. This Dior gown -- complete with cutouts and super sparkly jewelry -- was a good decision from start to finish.
Olivia Wilde shimmered in this custom Michael Kors dress.
Laverne Cox's superior glamour was a sure win on the 73rd Golden Globe Awards red carpet.
Emma Stone's simple and elegant design could not be overlooked.
This intrepid box plunge was certainly unique when Kristen Bell sported it -- combining the appeal of a sequined black gown with the sturdiness of a blazer to make a take-notice red carpet look.
Reese Witherspoon's canary dress was the perfect compliment to her signature blonde hair.
Loving star Ruth Negga opted for a bold structure and color combination with this geometric mirror design.
On a night when women and their allies were decking out in all black to show their solidarity for the Time's Up movement, black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross took the theme to heart (and her head, with one standout wrap).
I, Tonya star Allison Janney turned heads in this eye-catching and form-fitting gown.
Issa Rae certainly wasn't insecure in this plunging black gown fitted with a leg slit and a cape. It was a busy piece, but with her subtle accessories, pulled-back hair and winning smile, it came together as one excellent ensemble.
Saoirse Ronan was all business in this one-sleeved gown with shimmering embellishments.
While some struggled to imbue personality into the blacked-out 2018 Golden Globes, Margot Robbie opted for a sharp-shouldered piece with a plunging neckline and an ornate design on the lower half.
The Black Panther stunner is a vision in this embroidered, red Rodarte look.
Shorts at the Golden Globes? The Crazy Rich Asians actress took a risk and came out on top in this lovely Valentino Couture look.
Nearly two decades after receiving a Golden Globe for her role in Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, the star still looked like a winner in this burgundy sheath dress by Zuhair Murad.
The Homecoming actress looked sophisticated in a Stella McCartney pantsuit that had fashion bloggers buzzing.
The Golden Globe winner channeled Judy Garland from the 1954 version of A Star Is Born in this periwinkle Valentino dress.