Golden Globes: The Gowns
The presenter paired a custom Armani Privé gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
The nominee dazzled in Armani Privé with vintage Van Cleef & Arpels diamond earrings.
The winner looked elegant in Calvin Klein Couture’s hot pink backless halter dress with a Fred Leighton cuff. “I saw the color, and the 6-year-old girl inside me couldn’t deny it.”
The Easy A nominee turned heads in a Calvin Klein Couture column with Van Cleef & Arpels diamond and yellow gold drops.
“I started getting ready at noon,” the Marchesa-clad presenter said. “Thankfully, nothing went wrong.”
“It’s Tadashi Shoji,” the presenter said of her asymmetrical silk chiffon dress with Martin Katz sparklers.
The actress accented Monique Lhuillier with 26.8-carat diamond earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels.<
The presenter, in Badgley Mischka, donned a spectacular $1.6 million Cartier necklace.
The Tourist star stole the spotlight in Atelier Versace’s floor-sweeping emerald dress with elegantly understated jewels by Robert Procop.
Prada’s sequin gown with Fred Leighton gems graced the Rabbit Hole nominee.
The nominated newcomer didn’t disappoint in Louis Vuitton with 23-carat emerald Chopard drops.
“Alber [Elbaz] encouraged me to go for it,” the Lanvin-clad nominee said of the fashion house’s designer.
“Instead of overstated, I went understated,” the nominee said of her basic black gown by Nina Ricci.
“I don’t like doing what’s expected,” the winner said of her decision to wear Viktor & Rolf despite being the new face of Dior.
The Fighter nominee wowed in Marchesa with a $171,000 yellow, white and cognac diamond Cartier cocktail ring. “I’ve been wearing a lot of green, so i thought navy would be striking.”