January 9, 2015

Audi and W Magazine’s Golden Globes Parties

Posted by Catherine Kallon

Audi and W Magazine's Golden Globe Parties

Audi and W Magazine hosted parties to celebrate the Golden Globes on Thursday (January 9), with celebs party-hopping between the two events held at Cecconi’s Restaurant and the Chateau Marmont respectively.

Dita Von Teese: The burlesque star was at the W Magazine party decked out in signature black, working a classic Le Smoking tuxedo dress.

Joanne Froggatt: The ‘Downton Abbey’ actress opted for a lighter summery look at the Audi party, wearing an aqua-blue raffia Ermanno Scervino Spring 2015 crop top and skirt styled with silver accessories including Stuart Weitzman sandals and a Jill Milan clutch.

Salma Hayek: At the W Magazine party the Latin actress wore head-to-toe Alexander McQueen, with her fit-and-flare frock spliced with a red pattern that mimicked the brand’s signature corset belt.

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Reese Witherspoon: With Reese’s amazing recent run, I can’t help but be underwhelmed by this navy-blue offering for the W Magazine party.

Sarah Hyland: Opting for yet more sparkle in Kaufmanfranco, the ‘Modern Family’ actress was the golden girl of the night.

Jamie Chung: The actress wore a strapless black wool dress with a perforated skirt, which was given a lift with red accessories including a Kate Spade Saturday clutch, to the W Magazine party.

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Moran Atias: The actress kept things simple and chic, donning a blue fitted frock styled with an Oroton clutch and Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals.

Kate Walsh: The actress was perhaps trying just a bit too hard with this red Rubin Singer strapless liquid nylon draped dress, as this feels like something Lady Gaga would wear. The look was styled with Chopard jewels and gold Gianvito Rossi sandals.

Louise Roe: Channelling plenty of hippy boho charm, the British TV star attended the Audi party wearing a one-shoulder chocolate-brown layered Haney dress with gold dotted detailing with fierce Via Spiga sandals and an Edie Parker clutch.

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Paula Patton: The actress wore a Valentino mini LBD with a cut-out and embellished neckline. She kept the black and white theme going with her accessories which included Jerome C. Rousseau ‘Flicker’ pumps.

Gillian Anderson: The British actress wore a cream Longchamp Spring 2015 leather coat dress styled with accessories as golden as her hair.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead: The actress made a return to the red carpet wearing a Tamara Mellon gold metallic trench dress. The look was styled with Jennifer Fisher jewels, a Saint Laurent clutch and a sexy pair of black strappy Malone Souliers sandals.

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Maggie Grace: Sporting a new red hair colour, the ‘Taken 3’ star wore an alluring black ensemble with a sheer skirt. I know you are so over this trend, so I won’t ask if you like this look.

Rosamund Pike: It’s yet another trapeze-style mini frock for the British actress. This time she wore Thakoon styled with black satin Brian Atwood ‘Besame’ and a silver Anya Hindmarch ‘Crisp Packet’ clutch.

Sarah Rafferty: The ‘Suits’ actress shelved the gorgeous Roland Mouret, Carolina Herrera and Bottega Veneta dresses she wears on the hit show for a black and white Rachel Zoe tuxedo-inspired jumpsuit.

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Naomi Campbell: The model cozied up to director Lee Daniels wearing a gold metallic Emilio Pucci Fall 2014 sweater dress with a plunging neckline. Only a supermodel could pull of this micro design.

Naomi Watts: On this occasion Naomi is outshone by hubby Liev Schreiber. Even though she added a chic Michael Kors leather jacket to this look, her Stella McCartney jumpsuits still looks like PJs.

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