The bronze paillettes on the Armani Privé gown that Hathaway wore to the 2011 Golden Globes were an unexpected alternative to the head-to-toe embellished dresses we often see during red carpet season—and we loved it. Jolie doesn’t wear color very often, but when she does it’s just…wow.
Lady Gaga has never shied away from a red-carpet moment—and while her gown for the 2016 Golden Globes was a little more understated than what we’d come to expect from the performer at the time, the custom Atelier Versace creation was no less memorable.
The term golden girl gets tossed around a lot in Hollywood (especially, you know, when it comes to the Golden Globe Awards), but Kate Hudson totally lived up to the rep in her shimmery Versace gown at the 2002 Golden Globes.
Williams matched the red carpet in a tiered strapless gown by Armani at the 2015 Golden Globes. The white gloves!
Stone matched her 2017 Golden Globes gown with the film she was nominated for that season, La La Land, opting for a star-speckled Valentino number.
The high-wattage gold sequined gown Beyoncé wore to the 2007 Golden Globes is the very definition of glamour—not that you’d expect anything less from her.
A year after her star turn in Boys Don’t Cry, Swank showed up at the 2000 Golden Globe awards in a slinky Versace gown.
Ross kicked off what would be an incredible fashion year with a caged ankle-grazing dress by Zuhair Murad at the 2017 Golden Globes.
Kunis proved you don’t have to choose between flowy fabrics and all-over sparkle at the 2014 Golden Globes, with a halter-neck Gucci dress that married the two beautifully.
Hatcher chose a figure-hugging Versace gown for the 2006 Golden Globe Awards. Love.
The baby blue shade of FitzGerald’s 2014 Golden Globes gown had modern Cinderella vibes.
Negga was a golden girl indeed at the 2017 Globes with her metallic Louis Vuitton dress. Ravishing in Rodarte!
But Hayek amped up the “wow” factor to 11 at the 2003 Golden Globes with her Narciso Rodriguez figure-hugging scarlet gown.
Long before the supermodel was named the Best Dressed of the Decade, Moss turned heads at the 1995 Golden Globes with her formfitting sequined dress.
From the ruffles and the sequins to the peekaboo slits and cutouts, the best Golden Globes dresses always offer a little something more fun than what you see on the red carpet at the more serious Academy Awards.
Glistening in a floor-length Richard Tyler gown, Parker took home the 2000 Golden Globe for best actress in a TV series musical or comedy for her iconic role as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City.
Law’s Dior gown from the 2016 Golden Globes one for the books.
Speaking of trains, please appreciate the multitier tail on Saldana’s romantic Louis Vuitton gown at the 2010 Golden Globe Awards.
The Empire actress shut the 2016 Golden Globes red carpet down in a stunning white Stella McCartney creation.
Jolie accompanied then husband Brad Pitt—nominated for his role in Babel that year—to the 2007 Golden Globe wearing a custom gray St. John Knits gown.
This yellow Dior number Theron wore to the 2004 Golden Globes labeled her as a force to be reckoned with on the red carpet.
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