Katherine Langford In Prada – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

It’s no surprise that breakout star Katherine Langford is here to make her mark this year.

The ’13 Reasons Why’ actress opted for a long sleeve plunging Prada number at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. While black can sometimes look harsh on such a fair complexion, Katherine’s smokey metallic blue makeup made her light eyes pop and brought some depth to the look.

Her Old Hollywood side-swept waves accentuated the classic silhouette of the gown.

Chopard jewelry brought out the beautiful beading on the Prada gown, adding sparkle to the minimalist design.

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Alexis Bledel In Oscar de la Renta – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

Alexis Bledel stunned on the 2018 Golden Globe Awards carpet wearing a one-shoulder jumpsuit from the Oscar de La Renta Resort 2018 collection.

It was all about the details with this piece featuring applique leaf-like design and a satin sash that draped down the side of the jumpsuit. With Jimmy Choo ‘Romy’ pumps, the actress gave the otherwise fun piece a tailored workwear vibe.

The actress finished the look with simple dangly earrings and her rich brunette hair in a side-parted straight style, adding a sophisticated tone to the look.

While her natural makeup is her signature style, a bold lip would’ve worked well with this monochromatic jumpsuit.

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Catherine Zeta Jones In Zuhair Murad Couture – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

Catherine Zeta Jones was another early arrival at the 2018 Golden Globes Awards on Sunday (January 7), joining Debra Messing and Caitriona Balfe.

The actress adhered to the night’s all-black dress code with her Zuhair Murad Fall 2017 Couture gown.

The sheer embroidered dress had plenty of sex appeal with the plunging neckline and exposed underwear.

I can hear the cries from people wishing that the piece had some lining, and I would agree, but I have to say that she does look incredible.

The head-turning look was topped with dazzling green Lorraine Schwartz jewels which enhanced her complexion beautifully.

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Tracee Ellis Ross In Marc Jacobs – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

I am always excited to see what fashion adventure Tracee Ellis Ross will lead us on, and she didn’t disappoint at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 7) in Beverly Hills, California.

She may be a fan of bold hues, but she didn’t let the all-black theme cramp her style tonight.

Her Marc Jacobs Spring 2018 black jersey halter dress was just as spirited as the star herself with its structured bow at the neckline.

That it was styled over black jogger pants and with a satin turban, also from the Spring 2018 collection, only contributed to that quirky Tracee edge that we know and love.

A red lip and pearl Irene Neuwirth earrings provided another layer of elegantly dramatic attitude to finish the look.

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Michelle Williams In Louis Vuitton – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

There will likely be no surprise that Michelle Williams was donning the Louis Vuitton label for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 7) in Beverly Hills, California.

The ‘All the Money in the World’ actress and nominee, who was pictured with activist Tarana Burke, kept it simple in her black LV off-the-shoulder look.

I was thankful for the bit of patterned embroidery in the pouf-sleeve top along with the deep slit at the side of the skirt to provide some visual spark to the ensemble.

Au naturel makeup and a singular necklace completed her freshly minimal styling.

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Debra Messing In Christian Siriano – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

Debra Messing adhered to the all-black dress code at the 75th Annual Golden Globes on Sunday (January 7) in Beverly Hills, California, joining Allison Williams and Caitriona Balfe.

The ‘Will & Grace’ actress surprised with her Christian Siriano dress and pants.

The way the glistening fabric juxtaposed the menswear trousers was striking, although I must say the proportions of the cut-out feel a bit awkward.

I can see where this was going, but I think some further tailoring was needed to have the concept fully realized.

Oversized green studs completed the look.

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