The red carpet at the Golden Globes was in no way short of fashion hits and misses. Here are our picks for the best and worst dresses of the night, as well as the award show's hottest trends.
Talk about a red-hot mama. Just four weeks after giving birth to her son, Danes stepped out in a sizzling red number by Versace that had us doing a major double take.
Looking like she stepped right out of old Hollywood, the always classy Adams had us applauding for her blush Marchesa gown.
A vision of heaven in lace, Seyfried struck all the right fashion notes when she hit the red carpet wearing this beautiful number by Givenchy.
Channeling her alter ego Katniss Everdeen, Lawrence stunned in this fiery gown by Dior Haute Couture, paired with a gold belt to accent her waist.
Without fail every year, at least one celebrity will wear a dress that looks like it was made from her grandmother's drapes. This year, that person was Liu in Carolina Herrera.
HBO's current reigning funny girl showed up looking youthful and fresh thanks to her new pixie cut. That's why we can't help but wonder why she opted to finish out her look with this mundane gown by Zac Posen.
We wonder if Miller had help gluing those Hobby Lobby flowers onto her gown.
We were so head-over-heels for Chastain at last year's Oscars that we declared her our best-dressed of the night. Oh, what a difference one year can make. While we're all for taking fashion risks, this ensemble by Calvin Klein left us longing for something more.
We're suckers for a beautiful fishtail train, and it seems like much of Hollywood was too. Stars like Hayden Panettiere, Taylor Swift and best-dressed pick Amy Adams showed that Ariel isn't the only one who can pull off the look.
Color of the night: black
The Golden Globes are certainly a black-tie affair, and the ladies of the night (including Salma Hayek and Adele) took the theme to heart as they marched down the red carpet in a parade of black gowns.