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Who Was Your Best Dressed At The 2018 Golden Globe Awards?

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113 Responses to Who Was Your Best Dressed At The 2018 Golden Globe Awards?

  1. Carolina Alvarez January 14, 2018 at 02:19 #

    Dakota Johnson sin duda fue la mejor vestida me encanto su vestido <3

  2. AnnaP January 13, 2018 at 18:11 #

    And this poll has been hijacked by Dakota Johnson fans again which is so tiresome.

  3. makenzy January 12, 2018 at 21:36 #

    1. Dakota Johnson 2. Diane Kruger 3. Nicole Kidman we are here for the fashions and this is my choices. All very Beautiful Ladies for a very good cause.

  4. makenzy January 12, 2018 at 21:34 #

    1. Dakota Johnson 2. Diane Kruger 3. Nicole Kidman

  5. DMJohnsonMNL January 12, 2018 at 14:35 #

    DAKOTA JOHNSON!

  6. Mimmi January 10, 2018 at 15:54 #

    I know she’s not getting a lot of love here but my favorite was Penelope Cruz. She looked simply divine with her darker hair complementing the dress!

  7. denise January 9, 2018 at 22:49 #

    Dakota looked stunning..my #1

    • trudy January 9, 2018 at 23:58 #

      Me too the same,how classy & elegant, beautiful.

    • Catherine Kallon January 9, 2018 at 19:58 #

      very interesting read. thanks

      • Giada January 10, 2018 at 12:23 #

        Yes it was. Nice insight into the mindset of a top stylist.

  8. Jasmin January 9, 2018 at 17:15 #

    Tracee Ellis Ross! She is a style icon. Her looks are so stunning, strong and sublime at the same time that I think most people overlook her style as being easy or too outlier. She is true to her soul and her style conveys it.

  9. Boy January 9, 2018 at 17:03 #

    1. Zoe Kravitz.
    2. Diane Kruger.
    3. Saoirse Ronan.

  10. Heba January 9, 2018 at 16:41 #

    Where is Katherine Zeta Jones ?

  11. Susie January 9, 2018 at 16:26 #

    1. Diane
    2. Nicole
    3. Dakota

  12. Rhonda January 9, 2018 at 15:19 #

    1. Alicia Vikander
    2. Naomi Campbell
    3. Dakota Johnson
    4. Sarah Paulson
    5. Lena Headey
    6. Jessica Biel
    7. Isabelle Huppert
    8. Alison Williams
    9. Jessica Chastain
    10. Greta Gerwig

  13. from-chitown January 9, 2018 at 14:49 #

    There were so many fantastic looks at the GGs. The ladies outdid themselves given the importance and heft attached to this red carpet. My faves are Diane Kruger, Viola Davis, Oprah Winfrey, Jessica Chastain, Saoirse Ronan and Nicole Kidman. And there were many more which were fantastic – but these were my absolute faves. The ones that didn’t rock my boat were Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston and Emma Stone.

  14. Schoolbea January 9, 2018 at 13:28 #

    Can’t decide between Saoirse, Nicole and Isabelle! Tough one! Maybe Isabelle will get my vote…

    I didn’t expect so many greatblooks given the strict code, but I’ve enjoyed many of these!

    • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 14:43 #

      Nicole was sublime and delicate, like a butterfly. Saoirse was powerful and warrior-like. A difficult decision indeed. The colour restriction was a kind of help to bring great looks.

      • Schoolbea January 9, 2018 at 20:05 #

        Yes, a lot more attention paid to interesting designs, not relying on vivid colours to add interest.

        I keep changing my mind! I may just vote for the three of them!

  15. Tamron Maddow January 9, 2018 at 12:56 #

    Where is Rachel Brosnahan? Her gown was sleek and graceful. Probably wasn’t featured because she isn’t well-known but her look was better than the likes of Penelope Cruz imo.

    • Tamron Maddow January 9, 2018 at 13:27 #

      Naomi looked stunning too.

  16. Jimmy January 9, 2018 at 10:47 #

    Everyone looked amazing. There was no best or worst at this event. Sometimes things transcend fashion and, for me at least, this was one of those times.

  17. james January 9, 2018 at 09:09 #

    I don’t get Diane Kruger’s look. I voted for Angelina because even if she wears black all the time, this dress gets more gorgous everytime I look at it.Iit’s esquisite! Oprah and Soarse Ronan looked amazing too.

    • Lexa January 9, 2018 at 09:25 #

      see, and I don’t get Agelina’s look at all – for me those sleeves make the gown look like a negligee and those sleeves are way too long… it’s goof that people have different tastes – otherwise life would be so boring…

  18. moonbeam January 9, 2018 at 08:59 #

    Viola Davis was my fave. Also liked Oprah, Chastain, Tracee, Biel and Dakota’s dresses.

  19. Giada January 9, 2018 at 08:27 #

    I’m probably going to get slaughtered for this comment on here, but I just have to get it off my chest. Apart from the discussion about Dakota Johnson that Leandra started, what I found far more insulting was the sheer hypocrisy of the Hollywood set.

    As much as I loved Oprah’s speech, and I really did, she is making it in front of a room full of people that in large part (the older generation at least), at the 2003 Oscars gave a standing ovation to Roman Polanski. You know the director that admitted to raping a 13-year old girl. Meryl Streep stood up and applauded. I’m Dutch and I live in the Netherlands, and even I knew about the numerous allegations surrounding Harvey Weinstein. You tell me, that the biggest actors, which are more than often powerful people in their own right, didn’t know this about Weinstein? Puh-lease. But they had zero qualms about 1.working with him on numerous occasions 2. being photographed repeatedly with him.

    There are also numerous allegations from different actresses about Kurt Douglas, who was celebrated last night. And don’t get me started on the sickening rumours about exploitation of children. There are plenty. There are many more actors and directors with skeletons in their closet.

    Whilst they were busy conveniently looking away, real people were suffering. Instead they were wining and dining with Weinstein, applauding Polanski and Allen, and busy slinging mud at Trump. Don’t get me wrong, Trump deserves to be scrutinized and criticized, but don’t people see the sheer hypocrisy?

    Real courage isn’t standing up for something when it’s safe to do so, but standing up when you don’t know it is and do it anyway. Standing up for victims even if it may possibly harm your career. But once again, Hollywood managed to make it all about them.

    • Giada January 9, 2018 at 08:29 #

      Kirk Douglas, not Kurt. Haven’t had my morning coffee yet. Sorry.

      • Giada January 9, 2018 at 08:31 #

        And “who are often”… oh dear.

      • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 13:53 #

        Weinstein, Polanski and Allen. Do you see the “something in common” among them?
        You don’t go against the Jewish mafia in Hollywood. It means professional/social suicide.

        • bisbee January 9, 2018 at 14:04 #

          Ok…did you have to be an anti-Semite in this forum?

          • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 14:19 #

            Not at all, I’m Jewish as well 🙂
            I was just explaining how the things worked there, until now. Perhaps there will be a well expected change.

            • moonbeam January 9, 2018 at 23:32 #

              If you’re Jewish you must be self hating.

              • Leandra January 10, 2018 at 11:14 #

                “must be” ? like you are inside me to know what i feel ? Or are you some kind of authority in the field of psychiatry to diagnose online ? Mind your own business.

              • moonbeam January 11, 2018 at 01:42 #

                I think you’re a liar.

      • AnnaP January 13, 2018 at 18:06 #

        Oprah made it clear in her speech that the worst thing about abusers is their power and actresses need to make a living. Many actresses just disappeared, talent that we could have enjoyed, because they spoke up. So I think a bit of understanding is due here. Hopefully now there will be more of an atmosphere of being able to speak up, but to call them all hypocrites is wrong.

        Also, why is Woody Allen always dragged into these discussions? He is not a serial abuser nor even an abuser. I have read a lot of background on this, and although it might seem a tad distasteful to marry your ex-partner’s adopted daughter, he did nothing illegal. The accusations by his daughter came after the breakdown of his relationship to Mia Farrow, and every medical expert who examined her said she had not been abused and had been coached by Mia out of revenge. Even one of her children said she was a manipulative, liar and bully. I had to comment on this because Woody Allen’s name is being dragged left right and centre for no reason and it is not just.

    • Meme January 9, 2018 at 10:33 #

      I hope you don’t get slaughtered for your comment. I see it happening here and it’s sad. This is supposed to be a fun fashion website. Hollywood has always be full of hypocrisy and probably always will be. I agree with you that these actresses should have called out Harvey Weinstein a long time ago and saved a lot of women from being assaulted by him.

      • Maria F. January 9, 2018 at 11:04 #

        i do not think this is the right venue for a deep discussion, but I agree with both of you that it is a very tricky situtation and that a lot of people in that room were silent for too long, plus have very fishy excuses when working with people like Woody Allen or Roman Polanski. Moreover feel that the Red Carpet is not the place for serious and indepth debate.

        • meme January 9, 2018 at 14:34 #

          I agree nor should it become a site to personally snipe at other commenters.

          • Giada January 9, 2018 at 14:54 #

            I agree with you guys. On the one hand, Redcarpet Fashion Awards probably isn’t the best medium to talk about these things. On the other hand, it was Hollywood that dragged politics into the discussion about fashion with the initiative. You can’t drag something like that into the media and into the public debate and not expect people to not have an opinion about it.

            With that said, I’ll keep it at that. I don’t want people at each other’s throats. That truly isn’t my intention.

            Peace out <3.

    • Mimi January 9, 2018 at 11:16 #

      I totally agree. Now that all of the sudden speaking out is “trendy”, they’re happy to do it. The GG’s were painful to watch this year. It’s hard to watch these people continuously pat themselves on the back when there’s real suffering in the world.

      • Mimi January 9, 2018 at 11:45 #

        The comments on Blake Lively’s most recent IG post show many others are fed up too.

    • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 13:14 #

      Very well said. I mostly agree with you.

    • Caitlin January 10, 2018 at 00:29 #

      Giada, this comment is so well-worded, good on you for speaking up.

      To those saying fashion isn’t an appropriate space to discuss serious issues, I partially agree, however I would like to raise a conundrum that been bothering me for some time…

      Marchesa quickly (miraculously) became a celebrity favourite – are we going to pretend this had nothing to do with its founder’s relationship with a certain all-powerful Hollywood producer?

      Georgina Chapman. MUST have known.

      • Giada January 10, 2018 at 07:33 #

        Thanks Caitlin. 🙂

        That is something that has been bothering me too. By some accounts, actresses were coerced. Google “coerced marchesa” and several articles pop up.

    • Mimmi January 10, 2018 at 15:43 #

      What a well written and articulated comment Giada!

  20. Lexa January 9, 2018 at 07:36 #

    My best 10 of the night:
    1. Diane – by a long mile
    2. Christina
    3. Penelope
    4. Greta Gerwig (who is not on the list)
    5. Allison Janney (who is not on the list)
    5. Saoirse
    6. Mandy Moore (who is not on the list)
    7. Viola
    8. Jessica Biel
    9. Jessica Chastain
    10. Nicole

  21. Alina January 9, 2018 at 06:58 #

    1. Oprah Winfrey
    2. Viola Davis
    3. Zoe Kravitz
    4. Diane Kruger
    5. Susan Kelechi Watson & Christina Hendricks.

    Thank you for your coverage, RCFA team. Amazing work as always.

    Interested to know who was Catherine’s favourite.

  22. Stampypoo January 9, 2018 at 04:04 #

    I clicked on the link hoping that it wouldn’t be a vote to choose the best dressed. Perhaps a vote to choose who spoke the loudest against sexism or maybe no vote at all. Goes against the purpose of wearing black.

    • moonbeam January 9, 2018 at 09:01 #

      this is a fashion site.

      • lelaid January 10, 2018 at 01:00 #

        Lol seriously, how did you expect it to not be about fashion?

      • Stampypoo January 10, 2018 at 04:40 #

        Some things in life are more important than fashion. Like taking a stand.

        • moonbeam January 10, 2018 at 05:08 #

          Yea, well then talk about that stuff on CNN, HuffPo, Time, etc websites. A fashion site is gonna focus on fashion.

  23. Athena January 9, 2018 at 03:01 #

    Mine were:
    1. Jessica Chastain
    2. Diane Kruger
    3. Saoirse Ronan
    4. Dakota Johnson
    5. Viola Davis

    Most disappointing: Emma Watson and Margot Robbie

  24. Isabela January 9, 2018 at 02:21 #

    I miss Madeline Brewer in this list, she was not my favorite, but i feel like she deserves more than Angelina

  25. AnnieOh January 9, 2018 at 01:57 #

    1. Saiorse Ronan
    2.Jessica Chastain
    3. Dakota Johnson
    4. Oprah Winfrey
    5. Viola Davis
    special mentions to Tracee Eliss Ross, Christina Hendrix and Isabelle Hupert

    THANK YOU FC for all your amazing work!

  26. eng-narka January 9, 2018 at 01:43 #

    1. Nicole Kidman
    2. Jessica Biel
    3. Jessica Chastain
    4. Diane Kruger
    5. Allison Williams

  27. Maria F. January 9, 2018 at 01:16 #

    strange best of an event poll. If it was not for the pop of colour from Allison W., it would look like a fancy widow collection. I have an extreme black overload and hope that we will see tons of colours and patterns at the SAG/Academy Awards.

    • Maria F. January 9, 2018 at 01:20 #

      I should have said fatigue instead of overload.

  28. Caitlin January 9, 2018 at 00:50 #

    Such a tough decision because Dakota was my fav dress by a long mile, but GOD DAMN Angelina <3

  29. sg January 9, 2018 at 00:14 #

    1. Diane Kruger – Prada
    2. Caitriona Balfe – Chanel Couture
    3. Allison Williams – Armani Privé
    4. Alicia Vikander – Louis Vuitton
    5. Zoe Kravitz – Saint Laurent
    6. Angelina Jolie – Atelier Versace
    7. Oprah Winfrey – Atelier Versace
    8. Tracee Ellis Ross – Marc Jacobs

    Most disappointing: Emma Watson, Emma Stone, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie.

    • Lashae January 9, 2018 at 04:58 #

      ita with your list

  30. weiss January 8, 2018 at 23:51 #

    Isabelle Huppert, Diane Kruger, Saoirse Ronan, Tracee Ellis Ross, Oprah Winfrey and Penelope Cruz.

  31. Miss Jeanett January 8, 2018 at 23:51 #

    Diane Kruger and Caitriona Balfe! They made black interesting. But it was really a snooze fest. Looking forward to colours again.

  32. kane January 8, 2018 at 23:42 #

    1. Saoirse
    2. Oprah
    3. Greta
    4. Allison
    5. Viola

    Honorary mention for Christina. The décolleté is divine.

    Also, surprised to realise all the love for Diane’s look.

  33. Giada January 8, 2018 at 22:40 #

    Best outfit: Without a doubt, Diane Kruger.

    Best makeup: Jessica Biel. Done by Kara Yoshimoto Bua (wanted to know).

    Best hair: Zoe Kravitz,

    Best jewellery: Zoe Kravitz, but I wouldn’t exactly say no to the other jewellery. 😉

    Best pair of glasses: Oprah.

  34. Leandra January 8, 2018 at 22:34 #

    Oh please, the pale stale Dakota? Her dress was beautiful but she doesn’t have the presence to be on this list, and it’s not even”IMO”, it’s the general consensus amongst the connoisseurs.
    I know this is just an infantile game but it’s kind of insulting.

    • Eni January 8, 2018 at 23:08 #

      What is insulting you about it?

      • Leandra January 8, 2018 at 23:20 #

        Her only presence, side by side with some of the great names of acting.
        She is a millennial non-entity. Something produced only to sell stuff. The daughter of “x ” who chose an embarrassing sex movie to get promoted.
        Kind of harsh, but true.

        • Caitlin January 8, 2018 at 23:56 #

          She’s actually a talented actress in her own right, watch “A Bigger Splash” and you might be surprised.

          • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 00:25 #

            I’m glad you brought it to the conversation. I watched it and enjoyed the movie but found her acting as plain as a pancake. No nuances, no layering, no depth. Well, I’m comparing her with Tilda, kind of unfair, I admit.
            The only mention of her name at any discerning social gathering in the arts/ entertainment/fashion circuit is cause of general eye rolling.

            • Caitlin January 10, 2018 at 00:32 #

              Isn’t it funny how Tilda barely spoke a word the whole film yet her presence was so commanding? You are entitled to your opinion re: Dakota.

        • Chris January 9, 2018 at 00:11 #

          She actually attended the event together with “Call Me By Your Name”-director Luca Guadagnino, because they have worked together in the past (“A Bigger Splash”) and have a movie coming out soon (“Suspiria”), she seems to always hang out with the “Call Me By Your Name” cast lately because of her connection to the director, so her preseting the movie last night kinda made sense.
          What I’m trying to say here is, so far there is at least one acclaimed auteur in Hollywood who apparently loves to work with her; she actually was good in “A Bigger Splash” (but it was a smaller role) and lets see how that “Suspiria” remake does; it could be Dakota’s breakthrough to critical acclaim if it’s half as successful and excellent as “Call Me By Your Name”.
          What I’m trying to say is, there appears to be more to her than.. being the star of Fifty Shades.

          • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 00:44 #

            Well Chris, “Call me by my Your Name” isn’t the obra prima they’re trying to sell. If you compare it with great movies like “The English Patient”, “the bridges of madison,” , “Out of Africa” or even “Stealing Beauty” a minor movie made by Bertollucci no less, it falls plane. Timothe is sublime in his interpretation and it’s the anchor of the movie and what really saves it.
            Well, she decided to start with 50 shades, BIG mistake. She could’ve started with small, Hindi movies and grow.
            I repeat, the mention of her name is cause of eye rolling.
            Wearing a beautiful dress doesn’t make you a best dressed. It happens.

            • Chris January 9, 2018 at 00:58 #

              Well, I think “Call Me By Your Name” is an excellent movie nonetheless – but let’s not start that discussion here and let’s agree to disagree. What is irritating me here is you stating it as a fact that a person like Dakota can’t ever be a best dressed because of who she is; but almost everyone here seems to think differently – so what is the point in telling people they can’t like something they like? It can come across a bit like you think your opinion is superior to others peoples opinions – especially if you call your personal point of view on a topic a “fact.”
              But let’s maybe get back to focussing on the positive.

              • Chris January 9, 2018 at 01:09 #

                (I now saw the clarification it is just *your* fashion statement, so I take back the part where you call your opinion a fact – it really sounded like that was where you were going when you said first that it’s not an IMO and then called it a statement.)

              • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 01:21 #

                I don’t care with what “the majority” think Cris, because that isn’t a factually proved criterion for correctness. The majority voted for Brexit for instance, the majority did a lot of wrong things, I could go on. The majority rarely has impact on me.
                Unlike other forms of influence, minority influence is often thought of as a more innovative form of change, because it usually involves a personal shift in personal opinion. Without influential minorities challenging the majority view, there would be no new ideas or positive change in .
                My opinion ISN’T superior. It is DIFFERENT but happens to be similar to the afficionados’s.

              • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 01:33 #

                Without absolutely any intention of sounding rude or pompous, Cris, I don’t know where you usually “hung out”.
                At my social gatherings, her name induces yawns.

              • Eni January 9, 2018 at 01:45 #

                +1

                I think it’s just pure hate… Compering her to Viola Davis and Oprah? Come on… She is just a twenty something actress, at beginning of her carrier.

                “My opinion ISN’T superior.” Well, you certainly talk that way.

              • Chris January 9, 2018 at 11:10 #

                @Leandra, I definitely get what you’re saying about the majority opinion – I get that, especially with the politics example, just not necessarily when we’re talking about something like.. best dressed celebrity.
                Where I hang out, people don’t talk about Dakota – because my friends are basically against the whole celebrity thing to begin with, I’m the one who is weak and spends time with stuff like this, haha.
                And I still don’t see the relevance of her inducing a yawn somewhere to her best dressed or not status here, but anyway.

              • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 13:35 #

                @ Cris : Cris, I meant she is a product of the media. Not a real talent. And the media influence the public taste in order to sell its product. That is why I said: “Something produced only to sell”. I “depersonalized” the wearer.
                Obviously I’ve to compare her with the other women here because that is the rule of THIS game in order to select the best.

            • moonbeam January 9, 2018 at 09:03 #

              Hindi movies? They’re called indies, as in independent movies.

              • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 13:23 #

                that was the auto-correction. please don’t grasp at the straws.

              • moonbeam January 9, 2018 at 23:33 #

                I’m not grasping at straws, I’m correcting your error.

        • Eni January 9, 2018 at 00:14 #

          Okay, just remember, this is a site about fashion. That is why we are all here. And I think she really nailed it last night…

          • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 00:27 #

            and I’m saying the wasn’t among the best dressed. This is a fashion statement.

            • Eni January 9, 2018 at 00:33 #

              No, that is just your statement… obviously. Bc she is in the poll. On a 2. place. But whatever…

              • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 00:48 #

                Obviously MY fashion statement. It doesn’t have to comply with the majority and there is no reason to be disrespectful using a “whatever”.

            • Nat39 January 9, 2018 at 00:52 #

              It was a very beautiful gown and she wore it gracefully, she was easily one of the best of the night as far as “best dressed” goes. I understand she wasn’t for you 🙂 but she totally deserved a spot for that look.

              • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 01:04 #

                She wore a VERY beautiful dress, nothing else. It happened several times before, someone who can’t carry an outfit with superbness, with majesty.
                Nat, you have good taste and I love your sometimes poetic comments but just compare her with the last row of women…It’s not only that I dislike her, it’s clear she needs much improvement.

              • EmmaWoodhouse January 10, 2018 at 00:28 #

                +1 Nat39…It was one of my favorites. I wish her hair had been styled a little differently, but I loved the dress and thought it was one of her best every looks.

    • Maria F. January 9, 2018 at 01:19 #

      I understand where Leandra is coming from. It is not always about the dress, but the wearer elevating the outfit with her confidence and panache. I do not see that from Dakota either.

      My favourite was Viola Davis, because she rocked that look it its entirety, but the dress in itself is not really that amazing.

      • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 01:50 #

        Exactly. People can vote for her based only / mostly on their feelings about her. That is fine.
        But I have the right to dispute it. As long as I keep the rules of decency and cordiality my opinion is as valid as any other. Not superior. Just different.
        Thanks Maria.

    • Ariya January 9, 2018 at 11:59 #

      I totally get what you’re trying to say Leandra. As Maria mentioned its about the wearer elevating the outfit. With Dakota she does wear a lot of amazing stuff but its always the same gym hair and same face.

      My best dressed was Diane Kruger. Didn’t like it at first but it grew on me. That cape and halter dress on someone else here will sure be overwhelming.
      My other favourites were Viola Davis for reasons same as Maria’s and Saoirse Ronan, because the fit, jewellery, makeup was perfect and she looked so fierce.

      • Leandra January 9, 2018 at 13:27 #

        Thank you, I appreciate your support.
        Im still torn between Viola and Zoe.

        • Ariya January 9, 2018 at 18:30 #

          Ohh no how did I forget Zoe. So chic and those emeralds were the perfect accessory.

  35. Sanya January 8, 2018 at 22:23 #

    1.Penelope Cruz
    2.Diane Kruger
    3.Jessica Biel
    4.Isabelle Huppert
    5.Oprah Winfrey

  36. Nat39 January 8, 2018 at 22:12 #

    Diane shut it down. Runners-up – Jessica Biel, Dakota, and Christina Hendricks.

  37. Pheephee January 8, 2018 at 22:04 #

    Diane Kruger and Dakota were my top.

    • Pheephee January 8, 2018 at 22:43 #

      Diane being my #1. She looked so beautiful.

  38. Angeles January 8, 2018 at 21:38 #

    I miss Mandy Moore here. For me, the best dressed of the night.

  39. CreoleLady January 8, 2018 at 21:38 #

    1. Viola Davis, 2. Oprah and 3. Tracee Ellis Ross.

    • Leandra January 8, 2018 at 22:35 #

      YES for the WOC!!

  40. EmmaWoodhouse January 8, 2018 at 21:29 #

    1. Jessica Chastain
    2. Diane Kruger
    3. Saoirse Rona
    4. Nicole Kidman
    5. Gal Gadot

    Despite the all black, there were a lot of memorable looks!

  41. Fiona-Brasil January 8, 2018 at 21:28 #

    1 – Dakota Johnson
    2 – Jessica Biel
    3 – Diane Kruger

  42. Eni January 8, 2018 at 21:18 #

    Dakota! The back was everything!!!!

    • Mimi January 8, 2018 at 21:59 #

      +1

  43. Guizard January 8, 2018 at 21:08 #

    I though Mindy Moore was going to appear in the poll, she looked fierce!

  44. Chris January 8, 2018 at 21:02 #

    1. Saoirse Ronan
    2. Dakota Johnson
    3. Jessica Chastain
    4. Diane Kruger
    5. Greta Gerwig
    6. Viola Davis
    7. Angelina Jolie
    8. Nicole Kidman
    9. Isabelle Huppert
    10. Tracee Ellis Ross

    I love all of these and the exact ranking was really tough and I’m probably gonna change my mind again on some rankings over the next days.

    • Chris January 8, 2018 at 21:06 #

      I personally think Greta Gerwig would’ve deserved to be in the poll over Jessica Biel, Christina Hendricks, Allison Williams, Penelope Cruz…

      • kelis January 8, 2018 at 22:35 #

        Totally agree!!!

      • meme January 9, 2018 at 00:11 #

        I’d have chosen Greta over Alison Williams and Penelope Cruz. I loved Jessica Biel and Christina Hendrick’s outfits. I voted for Dakota because the back of that dress was brilliant. Runner up is Diane Kruger who looked amazing.

  45. AnderBoBo January 8, 2018 at 20:55 #

    I literally can’t decide between Oprah, Zoe, Jessica and Dakota.

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