Nadia El Dasher | January 14, 2013
Julianna Margulies stood out in full length Emilio Pucci
The red carpet at this year’s Golden Globes was a mish mash of mega hits and and awful misses.
All Dressed Up rounds up the best and worst of the bunch.
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Kerry Washington showed that a little sparkle goes a long way in Miu Miu. Also in neutral tones, Amy Adams accentuates her pale complexion in this nude Marchesa look.
Helen Mirren upped the va-va-voom in this Badgley Mischka number while Kate Hudson wowed in Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, complete with gold accents and simple hair.
Stars of Les Miserables dazzled in white: Amanda Seyfried in Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci and Anne Hathaway in Chanel
Lucy Liu was in full bloom in this risqué Carolina Herrera gown, while Sally Field showed off her decolletage and tiny waist in Aberta Ferretti.
Helena Bonham Carter stepped out in Dolce & Gabbana, ticking all the right boxes for this season’s goth-chic trend, while Jennifer Lawrence played up her hourglass figure in Dior Haute Couture
Jodie Foster failed to impress in an unflattering Giorgio Armani dress, while Tina Fey’s L’Wren Scott frock emphasised her hips and ended at the wrong length.
Adele wore yet another bland black gown, this time by Burberry. On the contrary, Kelly Osbourne wore Zac Posen, and took the term ‘mermaid dress’ to the extreme.
Isla Fisher was inoffensive in Reem Acra but her heavily-set hair and excessive make-up were her downfall. With a giant split, odd belt and pointed toe shoes Halle Berry lacked red carpet elegance in Versace.
Zoeey Deschanel’s wrinkled Oscar De La Renta look was only made worse with the addition of pearls, while Julia Louis-Dreyfus drowned in her overly voluminous Vera Wang dress
Jennifer Lopez’s Zuhair Murad gown was on the wrong side of elegant and Taylor Swift (who wore Donna Karan) produced yet another mumsy ensemble.
Pick up a copy of tomorrow’s Arts & Life edition to see what the Fashion Editor, Katie Trotter, has to say…