After the drunken glamour of the Golden Globes, the stars all made quick costume changes and headed on out to the even drunker after-parties, kittens. Let’s judge them!
Claire Foy in Balmain
This is surprisingly chic. She makes such questionable dress and gown choices, but it looks like she’s got a knack for the killer suit. More of this, please. The hair, makeup and jewelry look fantastic.
Garcelle Beauvais in Michael Costello
Pretty and glamorous, but we think the neckline is a bit too broad and low.
Jenna Dewan in Azzaro
She’s hot, she’s freshly divorced, and she’s a dancer. We don’t think this is the classiest dress in the world, but we also don’t mind it much on her at this moment. Get your sexy on, lady.
Julianne Moore in Givenchy
It’s interesting up around the neck and shoulders, but get either more awkward or less interesting as you scroll down. The flaps and tails are a bit overwhelming and the skirt’s a bit flimsy for such a heavy top.
Kate Beckinsale in Aadnevik
Jenna Dewan’s dress suddenly seems elegant and classically chic to us.
Oh, girl. Come on now. Put some angel wings on and you’re ready to walk a Victoria’s Secret runway.
Kiki Layne in Valentino
This is fun and uniquely chic. We’re not loving the ruffle around the neck, though.
Laura Dern in Valentino
Can’t argue with any of this.
Laverne Cox in Hamel
On another night we might question the cutouts but Kate Beckinsale happened. Besides, Laverne looks pretty great in this.
Sarah Silverman in Romona Keveza
She has yet to find the right way to freshen up her ’90s tutu-and-combat-boots aesthetic. It can be done, but not with this sad funeral dress.
Sonequa Martin-Green in Zaid Affas
She looks like a model at a vinyl flooring convention.
Storm Reid in Ermanno Scervino
Taylor Swift in Atelier Versace
The lining becomes a bit too obvious under flashes, but this is a hot, glamorous and even a little chic Versace. She looks great.
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