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Fashion Goes Neutral at Golden Globes

Fashion Goes Neutral at Golden Globes


Airdate: 01/14/2013

Hollywood's brightest stars illuminated the red carpet at last night's Golden Globes. One hot color of the night—no color.

Hayden Panettiere and new mom, Megan Fox all looked stunning wearing neutral.

Viviana Vigil, of Reelz Channel told INSIDE EDITION, "We have these new mom's out on the carpet looking like they've never had a baby a day in their life. "

Kerry Washington told us her sheer Miu Miu dress was comfortable.  

"I always feel like the most important thing is to be comfortable. If you're not going to feel comfortable, you're not going to look beautiful," said Washington.

Amy Adams hit the red carpet in a mermaid dress by Marchesa.

Lawrence Zarian, lifestyle expert, told INSIDE EDITION, "Amy Adams got it right, and I love the lace detailing and the fish tail."

Jennifer Lopez also chose a nude-colored gown with strategically placed lace embroidery.

Best Supporting Actress winner Anne Hathaway was a head-turner in white Chanel.

Many celebs stepped out in daring black dresses. Salma Hayek, Kate Hudson and Nicole Kidman all wowed wearing the classic color.  Eva Longoria showed lots of leg, and actress Katharine McPhee looked smashing in a low-cut dress. Modern Family's Sofia Vergara also upped the sizzle factor in body-skimming black sequins.

Zarian said, "Women, dress for your curves. If you've got it and it's what God gave you, show it off."

Hollywood's leading ladies were radiant in red. Jennifer Lawrence was striking in Dior. And, Zooey Deschanel stunned in an Oscar de la Renta ball gown, adorned with a simple strand of pearls.

Country cutie Taylor Swift made a dramatic turn in a backless eggplant gown.

And our own Deborah Norville hit the red carpet in a silver dress by Rita Vinieris. Her jewelry  was by Jeri Cohen.

All-in-all, it was a golden night for the gals at the Golden Globes.


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