Well, not according to actress Naomie Harris who revealed the practicalities (or impracticalities) of wearing mega-expensive gowns. For this year’s Golden Globes, the 40-year-old star donned a silvery fitted gown by Armani Privé.
SS17 catwalks From Chloe to Salvatore Ferragamo, numerous designers added a splash of yellow to their shows letting the world know to start stocking up on the shade.
The Golden Globes is a playground for ballgowns but the after parties are where the fun really hits. Models and actresses including the Jenner sisters, Naomi Campbell and Chrissy Teigen turned out in their sequinned best for this year’s round of Globes events. Golden Globes 2017: See all the stars on the red carpet The truth behind the Golden Globes 2017 red carpet looks
Who said the beard is going out of fashion? As ‘Mad Men’ star Jon Hamm pointed out while presenting the Best TV Actress award, the 2017 Golden Globes was positively teeming with facial hair. The 'beard parade', as Hamm labelled the grooming trend, was without a doubt one of the strongest looks of the night. Sure, a fair few female celebrities donned cold-shoulder and thigh-high split dresses, but dozens of the evening’s male attendees sported beards.
Awards show outfits don’t just come together on a whim. These custom-made gowns take months of planning and fitting with celebrities having as much of an input as the designer. The 2017 Golden Globes predictably saw lots of shimmer and sparkle. From Ruth Negga’s painstaking design to Evan Rachel Wood’s noble suit choice, here’s the stories behind some of this year’s most notable looks.
Using an awards show to promote a cause is always a brave thing to do – especially when some may not understand where you’re coming from.
The naked dress might be so 2016 — but that doesn’t mean skin isn’t in. At the Golden Globes, stars including Emily Ratajkowski, Tracee Ellis Ross, Kristen Bell, and more used deep necklines, high hemlines, sheer fabrics, and other creative fashion tricks to better show off their bodies. Click through for the skimpiest looks on the red carpet Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder — especially when it comes to these looks from the 2017 Golden Globes. While it’s nice to see stars taking risks with their attire, sometimes it’s hard to decide what to think of the more out-of-the-box looks. From dresses picked out by 6-year-olds (Nicole Kidman, we’re talking to you) to beanies with formal wear, the fashions at this celebration of all things Hollywood did not disappoint. Here are some of the more interesting looks of the night
If you’re going to give folks the cold shoulder, you’d better come with some sleeves. Or at least that seemed to be the rule on the 2017 Golden Globes red carpet, where we noticed a handful of celebrities rocking gowns with exposed shoulders, coupled with dramatic sleeves. Sofía Vergara’s glittering golden Zuhair Murad gown set a beautiful precedent for the evening.
Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars headed to the Golden Globes on Sunday night, arriving at the show glammed up and ready to fête the best in television and film. But the process of going from basic to red carpet bodacious is a drastic one, and Felicity Huffman is one Globe nominee who wasn’t afraid to show her fans the transformation.
Golden Globes night is here! Click through to see all the movie and TV stars who walked the red carpet outside the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 8 before they settled in for the ceremony hosted by the Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon. See all the winners here as they're announced.
The 74th Golden Globes airs Jan. 8, kicking off awards season and with that, red carpet season. But before we enjoy this weekend's parade of gorgeous celebrity gowns, we decided to take a look back at what the red carpet looked like 20 years ago. Click through the gallery above to see all the retro and awkward looks and the many (many, many, many) sheath dresses of 1997. The most memorable outfits from the Golden Globes of all time Golden Globes 2016: Best and worst dresse
Liberty Ross may’ve worn her actual wedding dress to the Oscars, but she’s by no means the only celebrity to wear a frock this award’s season that could easily pass as a bridal gown. Everyone from Rooney Mara to Serena Williams has been slipping into varying hues of white, silver and cream for their moment in the spotlight, looking every inch the blushing bride. And best of all, the array of dresses donned has opened our eyes to the huge range of cuts and silhouettes out there - making that bog-standard strapless white frock a distant memory.
She’s an inspiring actress, has a name very few people can pronounce and is up for Best Actress at this year’s Oscars, but Saoirse Ronan also deserves recognition for her style success. She’s known for being something of a risk-taker and is “rising the bar on red carpet fashion,” according to Vogue - a feat that makes you forget that she’s only 21 years old. We’ve documented her last year in fashion alone, to prove just how versatile and consistently spot-on the sensational style icon is. Which look is your favourite?
We’ve got the breakdown to recreate Jennifer Lawrence’s Golden Globes hair and makeup at home. Even better, we’ll show you how to do it for under 30 bucks.
The 73rd Golden Globes wasn’t just about the films - or the dresses, for that matter. It was also about hair. Curled, straightened, side-swept, pinned up and braided hair. Feast your eyes on our pick of the best red carpet hairdos from last night’s awards and tweet us your favourite at @YahooStyleUK
The cape was definitely the red carpet trend no one saw coming - and the hottest accessory of last night’s proceedings, apart from Morgan Freeman’s necklace. While it’s nothing new (Lupita Nyong’o wore a gorgeous caped Ralph Lauren gown to the Golden Globes in 2014), it proved to be the ultimate red carpet accessory this year with a total of nine celebs working the cover-up in a variety of ways. Which look’s your favourite? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK
Rumors have been swirling for the past month that BFFs Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer would be showing up to the 2016 Golden Globes together, wearing matching gowns. Schumer arrived on the red carpet first, wearing a black-and-white off-the-shoulder gown by Prabal Gurung.
The 2016 Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning, sending Hollywood stylists and designers into an instant beehive of activity! We may have to wait until January 10th to see what A-listers like Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Schumer, Lady Gaga, and the beloved Lily Tomlin (who is up for two awards!) are planning to wear, but in the interim it’s fun to guess. Here are the dream gowns that we would love to see them in.
Sarah Cristobal - Yahoo Style This Sunday we will see Hollywood’s biggest and brightest celebs grace the red carpet for the 73rd annual Golden Globes . While we can’t wait to see what they will be wearing (be sure to check out our fashion predictions ), we also couldn’t help but reflect on some of the most iconic outfits that have ever appeared at the ceremony. Take a sartorial tour of some of the highs and lows throughout the show’s sequin-laden history. Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed every day.