When Tina Fey and Amy Poehler made their return as hosts of the Golden Globes on Sunday, the dynamic duo not only debuted more knee-slapping jokes, but also a handful of jaw-dropping looks.
Stylists Karla Welch (Poehler) and Cristina Ehrlich (Fey) outfitted the comediennes in Carolina Herrera, Stella McCartney and Ted Baker.
First, Fey and Poehler walked the red carpet outside The Beverly Hilton hotel. Fey wore a strapless black Carolina Herrera gown featuring a dark red floral print, accessorized with jewelry by Fred Leighton and Brian Atwood shoes. Poehler contrasted Fey's silhouette with a black belted Stella McCartney dress with perfectly draped asymmetrical armholes, complete with a Karla Welch for Jacob and Co. cuff, a Rauwolf clutch, and Jacob and Co. earrings.
Once inside the International Ballroom, Fey graced the stage in a form-fitting, embellished maroon look by Carolina Herrera, this time wearing her hair down and opting for jewels by Lorraine Schwartz and Brian Atwood shoes. Poehler emerged for their opening monologue in a glamorous, dark teal gown with a bejeweled neckline as well, featuring lace cutouts along her sides. Watch their best jokes here.
Fey wore her first look for much longer than Poehler, who changed into a suit by Ted Baker and stood alongside Miss Golden Globe Sosie Bacon (in Rhea Costa) to play a hilarious character named Randy, Fey's fake son from a previous relationship who was appointed as 2014's Mr. Golden Globe. As Randy, Poehler walked among the stars in black shoes and polka-dot socks, asking Fey if Idris Elba or Harvey Weinstein was the father.
To close the show, Fey donned her brightest red look of the night -- once again by Carolina Herrera, the strapless satin gown was complemented by Cartier jewels and Brian Atwood heels. Poehler returned to black for her final look (with a dash of white just at the neckline), pairing her third Stella McCartney dress with Jacob and Co. chandelier earrings and diamond bracelets.
And of course, metallic chalices to celebrate a second successfully hosted Globes.