School of frock: Golden Globes edition
Everyone looks so lovely and put-together that the Golden Globes red carpet mantra this year seems to be 'safety first'
Gown: Zuhair Murad
Mrs Channing Tatum continues to give plus-ones a good name. Her stunning celestial midnight blue princess frock easily outshines all the real stars.
Gown: Atelier Versace
Why did she never look this ravishing all those times she was an awards season nominee? Adams is a total hottie in red and the glittering waist detail really lifts it to another level.
Gown: Giambattista Valli
Clutch: Judith Leiber
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
New year, new direction? JLo shockingly keeps her golden globes under wraps for once, a nice sartorial palate cleanser after all that American Music Awards near-nakedness from 2015. But in that shade of can't-miss mustard yellow, there's still no lack of eye-popping impact.
Can someone put the emu back in its cage? It's hairy, it's itchy and it's making my allergies flare. This dress needs to come with antihistamines.
Gown: Krikor Jabotian
Shoes: Rene Caovilla
A cape AND loud sequins AND a high central slit? This is way too much Regina King to handle in one lifetime.
WHO WORE IT BETTER?
With bold, jewel-toned hues ruling the red carpet, it's no wonder Mara and Peet ended up the biggest washouts in their nude, ruffled lace Alexander McQueen numbers.
I mean, you literally see through them. Disappearing into the background surely isn't the point of such events, right?
Peet is the lesser of two evils because even though she seems to be wearing dirty, tattered rags, at least she didn't put her gown through a paper shredder.
You just feel like pretty meat being shoved down this carpet.
- US actress Kirsten Dunst on remaining 'chill' at the Golden Globes in her Valentino gown