Globes Fashion: The Good

While overall this red carpet was — how to put this delicately? — not what one would hope, there were some very, very bright spots indeed.

Globes Fashion: The Good

Classic glitz and glam were on display. And ScarJo's absurdly romantic gown rocked another popular trend — buff hues.


Globes Fashion: The Good

Sandra Bullock's hair veered into weird-wig territory, but her gown was another fanciful dose of pure pretty. (Hers is Jenny Packham.)


Globes Fashion: The Good

Helen Mirren, in Badgley Mischka, has been rocking this palette for years. But the diamonds are a regal touch!


Globes Fashion: The Good

Amber Riley did classic ooh-la-la glam in Oliver Tolentino; love.


Globes Fashion: The Good

Also channeling Old Hollywood: Carrie Underwood, in Badgley Mischka.


Globes Fashion: The Good

Olivia Wilde has done Glinda — and Marchesa — before. But she pulls it off!


Globes Fashion: The Good

Doing retro, glamazon sequins, Anne Hathaway in Armani.


Globes Fashion: The Good

Similarly slinky, a jade-ed Angelina Jolie.


Globes Fashion: The Good

While I wasn't really feeling the whole Reagan-era vibe as a whole, Lea Michele's been wearing the hell out of this dramatic silhouette (this is Oscar de la Renta) and really making it her own.


Globes Fashion: The Good

Simple shapes — like Claire Danes' Calvin Klein — were another trend.


Globes Fashion: The Good

No one does minimalism (or maximalism, for that matter) like Tilda Swinton.


Globes Fashion: The Good

This clean-lined Prada is a lovely sea-change for Nicole Kidman.


Globes Fashion: The Good

Dianna Agron's J. Mendel is both soft and glam: lovely.


Globes Fashion: The Good

Leighton Meester is turning into one of the red carpet's most amazing chameleons. Check out this romantic Burberry!


Globes Fashion: The Good

It's Kyra Sedgwick's colorful, bohemian accessories that really set off the marigold Pucci.


Globes Fashion: The Good

I can guess that Michelle Williams' Valentino may elicit mixed reactions. But, while it's certainly reminiscent of a 70s shower curtain, it's also a rare bit of whimsy on an unadventurous red carpet.



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