The Hottest Trends on the 2019 Golden Globes Red Carpet
Alison Brie (in Vera Wang), Lady Gaga (in Valentino Haute Couture) and Gina Rodriguez (in Reem Acra) all wore various shades of blue, from light hues to pretty periwinkle.
There were a lot of plunging necklines on the carpet thanks to Saoirse Ronan (in Gucci), Keri Russell (in Monique Lhuillier), Taraji P. Henson (in Vera Wang Collection) and Gina Rodriguez (in Reem Acra) in their daring looks.
Dakota Fanning, Lady Gaga (in Tiffany & Co.), Taraji P. Henson (in Roberto Coin) and Elisabeth Moss (in Harry Winston) were dripping in diamonds thanks to their wreath-style necklaces.
From diamond hair pins to elegant ribbons, Lupita Nyong'o, Nicole Kidman, Emily Blunt (in a Neil Lane pin) and Danai Gurira each added a little something extra to their chic updos.
Take a Bow
Better from the back! Danai Gurira, Dakota Fanning (in custom Armani Privé), Penélope Cruz (in Ralph & Russo), Julianne Moore and Gemma Chan (in Valentino Haute Couture) all gave the cameras a sweet surprise when they turned on the carpet, unveiling their dress' bow-adorned detailing.
These actresses all had the same request for their makeup artist — to coordinate their eye makeup to their dresses. Lupita Nyong'o, Emma Stone, Emmy Rossum and Camilla Belle all doubled-down on blue and pink shades.
In Full Bloom
Everything's coming up roses for Molly Sims, Darren Criss and Heidi Klum (in Monique Lhuillier) in their floral-focused looks.
These stars (including Sandra Oh, Amber Heard, Chrissy Metz and Nicole Kidman) each had one item in common in their clutches — a tube of bright red lipstick.
Whether their dresses had ruffles, embellishments or rich colors Laura Dern, Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Stone (in Louis Vuitton Atelier) and Amy Adams (in Calvin Klein By Appointment) all stood out thanks to their long-sleeve gowns.
Saoirse Ronan (in Chopard), Jessica Chastain (in Piaget), Nicole Kidman (in Harry Winston) and Catherine Zeta Jones (in Lorraine Schwartz) earrings all shined a little bit brighter thanks to the colorful stones in their statement-making jewels.
Sandra Oh (in Atelier Versace), Jamie Lee Curtis, Julianne Moore and Judith Light (in Christian Siriano) each went with all-white looks.
The Power of Pants
These ladies all proved that pants are just as chic as gowns. Judy Greer (in Alberta Ferretti), Candice Bergen, Julia Roberts (in Stella McCartney) and Elsie Fisher (in Kenzo) all chose two-piece ensembles for the night.
Tony Shalhoub, Terry Crews, Bradley Cooper (in Gucci), Justin Hartley, Luke Evans (in Alexander McQueen) and John David Washington (wearing Dior Men) all wowed the crowd by ditching classic black looks for white tuxedo jackets or full-on white suits.
Black, White and Red Carpet-Ready
Amber Heard's Monique Lhuillier drop-waist gown, Charlize Theron's Dior Haute Couture halter gown and Rachel Weisz's Céline ruffled column dresses all vary in style but have one major thing in common — their bold black and white colorblocking.