Red Carpet Fashion: 2011 Golden Globe Awards

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January Jones
January Jones
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Mad Men costars Christina Hendricks and January Jones both opted for siren red this year. January looked sexy in this plunging Versace dress, and her red lipstick was Betty Draper-perfect!
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Christina Hendricks
Christina Hendricks
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I love Christina Hendrick’s flowing red hair here. And I like that she was brave enough to wear red when she is a redhead! The dress looks good on her, but it’s not my favourite she’s ever worn.
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Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie
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Known for her classic black ensembles on the red carpet, I especially love when Angelina surprises us with a giant burst of color! This long sleeved, dazzling green Versace gown is a real gem.
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Natalie Portman
Natalie Portman
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Natalie Portman was a big winner last night, and it’s no surprise. Her portrayal of a twisted dancer in Black Swan was spot on. This Victor and Rolf gown with rose detailing is also a winner.
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Heidi Klum
Heidi Klum
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Ew, Heidi Klum. You’re out!
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Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
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Awww...Michelle Williams is so darling. Her pixie haircut cutely compliments her daisy-decked sheer Valentino dress. And check out those flower-chain shoulder straps! She’s like a trip back in time.
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Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore
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Julianne Moore looked like a pink bombshell in Lanvin—I love it when redheads wear hot pink! And that one poofed sleeve is just fantasic.
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Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria
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Eva Longoria was one sizzling single lady in this skin-tight capped sleeved Zac Posen number, with the Old Hollywood fishtail. Work it, girl!
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Amy Adams
Amy Adams
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Amy Adams played it safe in teal. I love the delicate detailing on this Marchesa gown.
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Catherine Zeta Jones
Catherine Zeta Jones
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Catherine Zeta-Jones looked like she was wearing a luscious forest floor in this strapless full-skirted Monique Lhullier gown, proving that if you’re Catherine Zeta-Jones, you can wear whatever!
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Christina Aguilera
Christina Aguilera
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Christina Aguilera has definitely been dressing in theme ever since Burlesque came out—oh wait, that is how she’s always dressed! It’s a little too glittery for me, but at least she’s having fun!
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Elizabeth Moss
Elizabeth Moss
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I know Elisabeth Moss was a Golden Globe nominee last night and I love her Mad Men character Peggy Olson, but I am not wowed by this deep green strapless Donna Karan dress or her limp-looking locks.
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Helena Bonham Carter
Helena Bonham Carter
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It seems that ever since Helena hooked up with Tim Burton she’s been dressing like a character from one of his films. Seriously, who wears one red shoe and one green shoe to a major event?
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Julia Stile
Julia Stile
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It’s nice to see Julia Stiles on the red carpet again...the Dexter cutie looked ravishing in an off-shouldered, ruffled black gown. That’s at least one (out of ten) things we like about Julia!
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Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne
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I like the idea of Kelly Osbourne’s Zac Posen off-shouldered dress—the dramatic stripe makes perfect sense for the British rocker. But in reality, the whole thing looked a little rumpled.
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Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis
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Mila appears to be trying to show up Natalie Portman just like her character did in Black Swan by going for a smoldering (as opposed to girlishly innocent) look by Vera Wang. She looks great!
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Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock
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Sandra Bullock looked fresh-faced and fun with her fab bangs and beaded pink Jenny Packham dress.
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Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman
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Nicole Kidman is such a statuesque Australian beauty, so it’s always disappointing when she fails to turn out on the red carpet. Maybe it’s difficult to find dresses worthy of her grandeur?
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Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde
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Olivia Wilde’s glittering chocolate Marchesa gown would definitely win first prize at the Barbie Globe Globes! I hope there was enough room for other people on the red carpet when she was walking down it.
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Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson
Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com
Scarlett looked pretty in her romantic, sparkling Elie Saab nude gown. But doesn’t she always look pretty? I’m obsessed with those drapey sleeves, and her hair has a 40’s vibe I’m really digging.
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Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway
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Anne Hathaway looked like a sultry 1970’s starlet in this gorgeous, backless Armani dress. She may not have been up for any acting awards, but she definitely won a red carpet honourable mention!

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