Golden Globes 2016: Best and worst looks from the red carpet
Who made our list for best and worst looks at the 73rd Golden Globes?
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Cate Blanchett’s rosy-hued, fringe-tastic gown by Givenchy earns the “Carol” star a spot on our best-dressed list at the 73rd Golden Globes.
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Jennifer Lopez gets a best-dressed nod for her chartreuse Giambattista Valli gown with a thigh-slit as high as most of the night’s necklines were low.
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Brie Larson’s custom Calvin Klein Collection gown had a Princess Leia-bikini vibe to it -- but that didn’t keep her from joining our list of best-dressed -- and on trend for the sparkle factor.
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Presenter Kate Bosworth made it onto the best-dressed list long before she hit the red carpet, thanks to the social media posts of her giving her Dolce & Gabbana rose paillette strapless gown with silver crystal embellishments a pre-show “test swirl.”
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Jaimie Alexander was one of the earliest on-trend celebrities to hit the red carpet, and her bold green gown with a plunging neckline by Genny also earned her a spot on our list of favorite looks from the 73rd Golden Globes.
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Emmy Rossum’s Armani Privé crimson silk crepe strapless gown with a mermaid skirt and cascading train was a sleek and simple stunner -- and one of the standout looks at the 73rd Golden Globes.