Lady Gaga in Maison Valentino
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2019 Golden Globes: The major red-carpet fashion trends

Lady Gaga in Maison Valentino

Lady Gaga’s custom periwinkle Valentino Haute Couture gown paid homage (wittingly or unwittingly) to one of the standout dresses worn by Judy Garland in the 1954 version of “A Star Is Born.”

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Velvet gold mine

Stephan James, from left (in a Ralph Lauren Purple Label black velvet double-breasted shawl collar tuxedo); Caitriona Balfe (in a black and burgundy colorblocked velvet gown with exaggerated hips, pleated bodice and velvet rosette detail from Moschino Couture by Jeremy Scott); and Ryan Seacrest (in a burgundy velvet blazer from his Ryan Seacrest Collection label) were among the stars crushing on velvet on the arrivals red carpet at the 2019 Golden Globes.  

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Shades of green

Catherine Zeta-Jones was on trend in Elie Saab at the 76th Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton.

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Blue hues

Members of the 2019 Golden Globes blue-hued crew include Lupita Nyong’o, from left, in Calvin Klein, Troye Sivan (also in Calvin Klein) and Dakota Fanning (in a custom Armani Privé ice blue silk satin bustier gown).  

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Green queens (and a king)

Those in verdant shades at the 2019 Golden Globes included Marin Hinkle in an ombre Lanvin dress, from left, Allison Janney (in Christian Siriano) and Idris Elba (far right, with Sabrina Dhowre) in Ozwald Boateng. 

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Shades of green

Taraji P. Henson (from left in Vera Wang), Yvonne Strahovski in Alberta Ferretti (center) and Michelle Yeoh (with Kevin Kwan) were among those who hit the red carpet in shades of green at the 2019 Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton.  

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Velvet crush

Lucas Hedges was one of the many celebrities to wear velvet on the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet, choosing a custom Giorgio Armani dark brown velvet one-button shawl collar tuxedo. 

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Green queen

Jeannie Mai is on-trend in her Kenneth Barlis gown at the 76th Golden Globes.

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Eye-catching Color

A few pops of eye-catching color came by way of Rachel Brosnahan (in a custom Prada silk georgette bustier gown), from left, Spike Lee (in a custom Atelier Versace tuxedo) and Claire Foy (in a satin Miu Miu gown) at the 76th Golden Globes.

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