Golden Globes 2017: The Biggest Risk Takers of the Night
Carrie said her ruffled bubblegum pink gown (with Yoko London gems) made her feel "girly" … and considering it looks like she borrowed it from Barbie's dream closet, we don't blame her.
Some may think Heidi's zig-zag black and white J. Mendel midi dress (with Giuseppe Zanotti Design shoes) was perfectly put-together, but others were definitely left, well, puzzled.
There were a lot of confusing cutout sleeves on the red carpet, but only the Game of Thrones star's Louis Vuitton brought three polarizing trends into one gown: shoulder pads, sheer accents and cutouts.
Black and white polka dots have been a particular staple of Janelle's award circuit style, but her sequined high-low Armani Privé two-piece gown with black netting (plus Forevermark jewelry, Jimmy Choo and Giuseppe Zanotti Design heels) reads a bit more Cruella de Vil than cutesy trend-setter.
Jessica made up for the lack of fabric up top of her daringly plunging gown with a blanket-style, floral appliqué skirt of her Elie Saab gown (with Salvatore Ferragamo shoes and Neil Lane jewelry).
Olivia brought high art with her hand-painted floral motif Zuhair Murad couture ballgown, but as for high style? That's for you to decide.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
Wearing a wedding gown on the red carpet will certainly get you noticed, but when you pair that with a Princess Leia-like, milkmaid hairstyle, you get one wildy wacky look.
Keri's J. Mendel gown certainly walked on the wild side, between the cheetah print, tiered layers and flowy cape-style sleeves.
There are very few people who can pull off an Alexander McQueen completely-embellished, sheer gown with ruffled train, and even fewer who would dare bring back pouffy '80s arm warmers. But that person is Nicole Kidman.
It's your call whether Drew's winged-sleeve sparkly Monique Lhuillier gown takes flight or doesn't get off the ground.
Felicity's Gucci gown was designed with a sophisticated visual illusion "trompe l’oeil" detailing on the bodice, but all we're seeing is the dress version of the "tuxedo T-shirt."
Well, there was definitely no risk of exposing her "hooha" this time around in her Marchesa gown with large fishtail.
EVAN RACHEL WOOD
The actor stood out among a sea of black tuxedos on the red carpet for his tobacco velvet Gucci suit, and was certainly unmissable inside the show too after taking home the best actor in a TV series, musical or comedy for Atlanta.