2015 Golden Globes InStyle After-Party Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 13, 2015

Darlings, after yesterday’s exhaustive (and exhausting) coverage of the Golden Globes, we find ourselves listless and without opinions to form.

Ha. No we don’t. Let’s do this.

 

 

Lea Michele in Emanuel Ungaro
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“LOVE ME LOVE ME OHMIGOD PLEASE LOVE ME!”

That is the “Of course” to end all “Of courses.” Not that we’ll stop saying it. Anyway, the dress is … fine. Standard Lea Michele. We can’t say we’re offended by it but we can’t say we’re much interested in it either.

 

 

Katharine McPhee in Carolina Herrera
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 Girl, you got Carolina Herrera to lend you a gorgeous gown and you go out with a head looking like THAT? No. Here’s a sweatsuit. Go and change. You don’t deserve that gown.

 

 

Kate Walsh in Naeem Khan
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 This is beautiful, but it needs some precise and well-thought-out styling in order to keep it from looking too mature. She’s not quite there.

 

Gabrielle Union in Nicholas
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Everything’s boring, but she’s still hot.

 

 

Malin Akerman in Yosep Sinudarsono
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Credit to her for making unusual choices. We wish we could see the shoes better, but overall, we can’t say the look is working as well as we’d want it to. The bodice is interesting, but everything below that seems off somehow. And her hair isn’t all that great.

 

 

Hailee Steinfeld in Stella McCartney
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 Apparently the invites to this party said something like “Wear something weird. It’s not like you’re nominated for anything, right?”

This is hiddy. Possibly one of the worst McCartneys we’ve seen in a couple of years.

 

 

Caitriona Balfe in Elisabetta Franchi
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LOL.

We mean, really. What else is there to say at this point? This lady’s a disaster on a red carpet.

 

 

Katherine Heigl in Monique Lhuillier
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Send this one to Michelle Obama, K Heigs. You don’t have the stature for it.

 

 

Naya Rivera in Christian Siriano
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 You lost us with the neckline, Christian. With all that silver, it just looks too “Robot Girl.” The Fembot head styling isn’t helping.

 

 

Selena Gomez in Kaufmanfranco
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Simple, but it gets the job done. We kind of admire her for being so low-key about it.

 

 

Salma Hayek in Gucci
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You can’t fault her for bringing the drama, but those babyheads look a little tortured and we think we hate the shoes.

 

 

Diane Kruger (in Giamba) and Joshua Jackson
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Not to take anything away from Miss Diane – and we’re certainly not trying to pit them against each other – but after years of watching him be the dutiful second to her, it’s kind of endearing to see him beaming like this on a big night for him. He looks great.

Her dress is cute and we love that she wore sheer hose, but the latter feels like an attempt to turn a spring or summer dress into something January-appropriate.

 

 

 

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