Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet – Part 2

Posted on January 14, 2013

Keep it moving, people.

 

Allison Williams in J. Mendel

Oddly stiff and unflattering.

 

 

Ariel Winter in Valentino

Adorable, but we could have done without the headband.

 

 

Debra Messing in Donna Karan

Entirely unflattering. And the skirt looks like the inside of Dracula’s coffin.

 

 

Emily Deschanel in Badgley Mischka

Pretty, even if it does look like she’s got turtles on her shoulders.

 

 

Hayden Panettiere in Roberto Cavalli

This was a lovely pale pink on screen. It looked great on her and she’s never looked quite so polished before. The clutch is awful, though.

 

 

Heidi Klum in Alexandre Vauthier

WERQ it, Fraulein!

 

 

Isla Fisher in Reem Acra

Standard.

 

 

Jennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior Couture

Yet another “red carpet red.” We like the skirt and the belt, but the utterly bizarre headlight boobs pretty much ruined it.

 

 

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Vera Wang

Bitch don’t age. This looked better on screen than it does here. We appreciated the boldness of wearing a brown on the red carpet.

 

 

Julianne Hough in Monique Lhuillier

Drag queen dress. Drag king hair.

 

 

Katharine McPhee in Theyskens’ Theory

BAM. Girl CLEARLY wanted to grab some attention for herself last night.

 

 

Kristen Bell in Jenny Packham

It’s a bit too heavy and over-embellished up top, but it’s a pretty good maternity gown. The color looks lovely on her.

 

 

Lea Michele in Elie Saab

We can’t really fault her for Angelina-ing her leg, since a whole bunch of ladies were doing that last night. Nice enough dress, but we hate the shoes.

 

 

Megan Fox in Dolce&Gabbana

Yawn. This blush trend can’t end soon enough.

 

 

Morena Baccarin in Valentino Couture

We suppose you could call this a bit mature, if not downright matronly, but we thought it was striking. Loved the hair and makeup.

 

 

Naomi Watts in Zac Posen

The train is totally unnecessary and it looks like this could’ve been fitted better, but the color is gorgeous on her.

 

 

Olivia Munn in Giorgio Armani

The dress looks awkward, the jewelry and clutch look like afterthoughts, and the head looks totally underdone.

 

 

Sally Field in Alberta Ferretti

Very, very pretty.

 

 

Sarah Hyland in Max Azria Atelier

The bumpit hair and babyheads take the whole look to tackytown. She looks like she’s in a child beauty pageant.

 

 

Tina Fey in L’Wren Scott

We wanted to like this, but the bustline is a little precious and the hem stops at a really awkward place. If this was a floor-length gown, we’d probably love it. On the other hand, her teal gown on stage was stunning.

 

[Photo Credit: Getty]

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