There’s nothing that gets our hearts racing faster at Emirates Woman HQ than a bit of red carpet fashion, and last night’s Golden Globes glamour and garb did not disappoint. Here’s our guide to the Golden Globes 2014 best and worst dressed.
Designer of the night goes to Prabal Gurung who sent Sandra Bullock and Zoe Saldana down the red carpet in dresses to die for. Dior came in a close second with Jennifer Lawrence’s classic-cut gown (but, sadly, they failed with Emma Watson’s pant-slash apron look).
The American designers were out in full force with Lupita Nyong wearing the most stunning Ralph Lauren creation we’ve seen in a long time (cape and all). She may be pregnant but Drew Barrymore absolutely rocked it in Monique Lhuillier.
It was, however, the Italians who did it best with Wolf Of Wall Street beauty Margot Robbie winning the best dressed in a glam Gucci number paired with some red soles – she looked elegant yet contemporary with a bit of sexy thrown in.
Julia Roberts, Uma Thurman and Reese Witherspoon all saw their careers explode in the 1990s and while their roles on the big screen have continued to develop, unfortunately, their styles are still reflective of their breakthrough era. Julia’s Dolce&Gabbana number should never see the light of day again. We just want to cut that white shirt out and take all the pins out of her hair. Another stunning 40-something, Uma looks lack lustre in Atelier Versace, while Reese bores us to death in Calvin Klein. The poker straight hair and unexciting cut of the back of the dress leaves us wanting more from the southern belle. See the back of Cate Blanchett’s gown for inspiration.
Honourable mentions have to go to Tina Fey. Though her hair was way too 1990s, her Carolina Herrera dress gets a big tick. It’s obvious why she always sticks with Carolina for all her red carpet gowns. Our favourite Lena Dunham, from Girls fame, probably should have re-thought her corset by Zac Posen but we do love the bright lip and cute hairstyle. Latina Sofia Vergara also sported Zac Posen in the form of a stunning black ball gown.