Golden Globes Fashion Full of Sparkle and Skin
Second only to the awards themselves, are the fashions on the Golden Globes red carpet. INSIDE EDITION has a rundown of who wore what.
It was a super sexy and revealing night at this year's Golden Globes, with a whole lot of sparkle.
Fashion expert Lawrence Zarian told INSIDE EDITION, "A lot of dresses shimmered and shined, and I thought Julianne Moore looked exquisite. She was draped in this ombre dress that ended with a sea of feathers n the bottom."
Kate Hudson was white hot in a Versace dress with embellished side cut-outs.
Jennifer Lopez also took the plunge wearing an eye-catching gown with a daring slit by Zuhair Murad.
"Jennifer Lopez was the supergirl on the red carpet, the caped crusader," said Zarian.
Co-presenter Jeremy Renner couldn't resist making this quip, saying to Lopez, "You've got the globes, too."
Salma Hayek, Emily Blunt and Julia Louis-Dreyfus all looked amazing in white.
But there was plenty of color--especially radiant red.
Zarian said, "Red is reigning supreme this year."
All eyes were on supermodel Heidi Klum as she hit the red carpet in a one-shoulder gown by Versace.
Deborah Norville was also on-trend, wearing a glamorous red gown designed by Austin Scarlett from the original season of Project Runway.
Just before the Golden Globes, Norville went to Austin's New York studio for a fitting. Austin's seamstresses put the finishing touches on the dress. When it was done, Norville was the belle of the ball.
Black was anything but basic for Jennifer Aniston. She showed lots of leg as she hit the stage in her gown by Yves Saint Laurent.
And Jessica Chastian channeled Marilyn Monroe from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes with her metallic bronze Versace gown.
"She hit the red carpet, va va voom," said Zarian.
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