LBDs Rule the Red Carpet at the Golden Globes
Amy Adams, Kristen Bell and the Stallone sisters opted for the dark shade.
You can never go wrong with classic black, as worn by Amy Adams, Mandy Moore, Kristen Bell, Janelle Monae and the Stallone sisters — this year's Golden Globe girls — at the 2017 show.
Bell, who arrived on the arm of hubby Dax Shepard, wore a long-sleeve sequined Jenny Packham gown in anticipation of the chilly weather that hit Los Angeles last week, however, she told E!'s Ryan Seacrest that she actually was a bit warm thanks to the 80-degree heat wave that hit the city on Sunday.
Adams, nominated for best performance by an actress in a motion picture — drama, was stunning in a strapless Tom Ford sequined gown, which she styled with her red locks in a center-parted sleek 'do. The actress stars in the designer's 2016 film, Nocturnal Animals.
Like Bell, Moore upped the drama in a plunging Naeem Khan gown with black cape. The actress, nominated for her role on NBC's This Is Us, told Ryan Seacrest that it was her co-star Milo Ventimiglia that first broke the news to her about her nomination. "My phone lit up with a text from Milo," she said. Of how the family drama has resonated with the audience, she added, "I think people are hungry for cathartic entertainment."
Meanwhile, Golden Globe girls Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet Stallone, featured on The Hollywood Reporter's Golden Globes cover, wore more '90s-inspired gowns, while Hidden Figures star Janelle Monae continued her black-and-white color story, which she has been doing for several months on the red carpet, wowing in a whimsical sequined gown by Armani.