What just happened? Did every stylist in Hollywood go on strike, or was the theme of this year’s Golden Globes to look as banal and boring as possible? What a total fashion snoozefest! With the overload of images from last night’s Golden Globes, there’s really no reason to inundate you with a repost on every single gown, but who doesn’t love a Best & Worst list? Let’s have a go.
Helen Hunt in Dolce & Gabbana
Rocking a gorgeous Dolce & Gabbana beaded column gown, Hunt shuns the notion that after a certain age it’s all satin and chiffon. Well done, she looks sensational.
Emily Blunt in Michael Kors
Is this really her?! Married life definitely agrees with Blunt, as she’s never looked better, stunning in gold Michael Kors. Loving the blonde do’ too, which seemingly takes years off her appearance.
Kate Hudson in Alexander McQueen
Sultry and sexy in Alexander McQueen, Hudson hits all the right notes in this tall, dark gown. Now if only she would stop staring in those forgettable rom-coms….
Nicole Richie in Naeem Khan
Can she do no wrong? This sparkly, intricate gown reeks of vintage sophistication, and the sky blue hue is totally dreamy.
Isla Fisher in Reem Acra
A simple silhouette really lets the detail shine on this pretty beaded gown. Fisher stuns in Reem Acra, which sets off her perfect figure like a dream.
Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Couture
Love the tangerine, but the cut is all wrong. The huge swath of skin between the bust and face looks unfinished and is practically begging for an accessory. The lumpy bodice and yards of plain satin leave one hungry for more.
Jessica Chastain in Calvin Klein
Fire the tailor! With creamy porcelain skin and fiery red hair, Chastain stuns in the seafoam hue, but the baggy halter leaves a lot to be desired.
Lena Dunham in Zac Posen
Oh Girlllllll. Come now. This girl is on fiyah! Surely there were better options than this disaster? The Girls phenom looked downright matronly in her chocolate-brown Zac Posen gown. The heavy dress and unflattering cut is just dragging her down, which was evident as she shuffled to the stage to accept her award.
Giuliana Rancic in Celia Kritharioti
Rancic is certainly not a law-abiding citizen in this unflattering black gown, by Greek designer Celia Kritharioti. The Fashion Police judge should be put on probation for choosing this dress. The collar looks like it’s doubling as a neck brace, which only highlights her emaciated frame. Fashion life support required!