Golden Globes 2014 Red Carpet Trends: Red

Nothing makes a statement on the red carpet quite like a scarlet gown, and the 2014 Golden Globes saw a host of actresses live up to their leading lady reputations in red gowns. The silhouettes invoked all different moods — from Amy Adams' sultry Valentino gown to Emma Watson's floaty short-sleeved number — and the Golden Globes red carpet was full of with crimson dresses. Here, a few of our favorite showstoppers.

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Amy Adams in Valentino

The American Hustle actress channeled her character’s seductive style in a plunging, two-toned Valentino gown.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Narciso Rodriguez

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The Veep actress rocked a bold, curve-hugging Narcisco Rodriguez number on the red carpet.

Julia Delpy in Romona Keveza

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The actress cut a stunning figure in Romona Keveza’s crimson gown, accented by a gold belt at the waist.

Emma Watson in Christian Dior Couture

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Watson beamed on the red carpet in a beautifully draped vermilion gown… with pants underneath, too!

Berenice Bejo in Giambattista Valli

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The Artist actress wore a statement-making crimson gown adorned with rosettes at the sleeves and waist.

Ariel Winter in Mikael D.

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The Modern Family actress wore a classic, draped crimson gown on the Globes Red Carpet.

Lupita Nyong'o in Ralph Lauren

The Twelve Years a Slave actress looked absolutely stunning in her caped red Ralph Lauren gown. Best dressed of the entire night, perhaps?