All The Looks At The 2017 Golden Globes Kicked Off The New Year On A Stylish Note — PHOTOS
Ah, 2017. It's finally here. As we say goodbye to the absurdity that was 2016, we say hello to something lighter — the beginning of awards season. The 2017 Golden Globes red carpet is the slightly less serious version of the Academy Awards, but with just as much glamour. And let's be honest — what better way to kick off a new year than a relaxing and entertaining evening of swooning over beautiful gowns and (probably) watching La La Land win roughly 99 percent of awards? Exactly.
Whether or not Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone are big winners or not, though, the thing we can all count on is that Globes fashion is usually memorable. It's a little more playful than the Oscars, while still allowing for big style moments — gowns, pantsuits, sequins, bold colors. You name it, and the Globes carpet will have it. Plus, the Globes aren't reserved for just movie stars. Your favorite TV actors and actresses will be there as well. This just means more chances for me to wonder why I'm not friends with the entire cast of Game of Thrones. But, you know, also fashion. That too. Here are all the looks from the 2017 Golden Globes.
Rae, who is nominated for Best Actress in a TV Series or Comedy for her role in Insecure, looked simply stunning in this white gown.
Collins got ready with her fans via Instagram for the big night. Not a bad way to keep everyone up to date on hair and makeup, am I right?
How stunning is this shot of nominee in this baby blue gown? Chastain's look also featured an amazing low bun, styled by Renato Campora for Moroccanoil.
The This Is Us star looked gorgeous in a Naeem Khan gown with a statement cape.
How happy does Bloom look here? This gown is clearly made for her.
Sterling K. Brown & Ryan Bathe
Those shades are appropriately sharp for a Golden Globes nominee.
Emma Stone's star-printed dress is simply gorgeous.
Emily Ratajkowski clearly dressed to match the award.
*dies* Look at those Forevermark Diamonds!
I'll never get over that 'stache.
It's hard not to love a jumpsuit on the red carpet.
Lively is always a red carpet favorite.
An interesting and bold makeup look on the red carpet is always a good choice.
Sequins and matcha is a combo I can definitely get behind.
Yellow was a favorite color of the night.
And this is how you do a smokey eye paired with Forevermark Diamonds, my friends.
Tracee Ellis Ross
Schumer looked great in a simple black dress.
An ethereal white gown on the red carpet is a gorgeous option for the Globes. She's carrying a gold Sophie Hulme clutch that accentuates that gorgeous neckline.
Chris Hemsworth & Elsa Pataky
Not a bad-looking couple. I guess.
Just a touch of sparkle, really.
Drew went for a mermaid-y dress and corresponding hair, and it was an amazing overall look.
Millie Bobby Brown
Absolutely stunning. A fashion icon is born.
Justin Timberlake & Jessica Biel
Metallics on the red carpet seem to be here to stay.
Natalie Portman looked very Jackie Kennedy-esque at the Globes — fitting given her nomination this year.
This is A Look. That is all.
A casual velvet pantsuit. As one does.
Like a chic alphabet!
It's hard to go wrong with a classic red gown and Forevermark Diamonds.
Is there a red carpet where Sofia in a gold, metallic gown doesn't belong?
Personally, I'm here for a strong bang situation. Not mad about it.
This look could be from just about any decade, and there's nothing more classic than that.
The combination of the hair with the dress and those Forevermark diamonds is just perfect.
Patel went with a classic tuxe for the evening.
The more sparkle, the better.
A classic tuxe with a modern spin.