See every single look from the Golden Globes red carpet, 2015...
The Golden Globes 2015 red carpet was, as ever, an incredible display of show-stopping gowns.
From Sienna Miller in Miu Miu to Emma Stone in Lanvin, Amal Clooney’s timeless Hollywood-glamour Dior gown to Diane Kruger stepping out in a Brit designer, and red-carpet newcomer, Emilia Wickstead – it’s safe to say this year’s awards ceremony was anything but boring style-wise.
Emma Stone was one of the VIPs who decided to use the ceremony to try something different. Instead of slipping on a dress, she stood out from the crow in a two-tone jumpsuit. The actress’ all-in-one featured an embellished bodice and draped bow belt. Emma accessorised the striking piece with a matching clutch, Christian Louboutin heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Taking the opportunity to demonstrate his men’s fashion prowess, Eddie Redmayne looked impossibly dapper on the red carpet.
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One of the evening's biggest style stars, Emma Stone bucked the red carpet trend as only she could, standing out in a sea of voluminous dresses in a statement Lanvin jumpsuit, complete with embellished bodice and draped bow belt. The actress teamed the look with a matching Lanvin clutch, Christian Louboutin heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
New mum Rosamund Pike may have given birth just last month, but British beauty looked positively glowing during her turn on the Golden Globes 2015 red carpet. The Gone Girl starlet - and Best Actress nominee - dared to bare in a pake strappy Vera Wang Collection gown, which she teamed with Brian Atwood sandals and glittering Fred Leighton jewels.
Diane Kruger looked impossibly elegant as she hit the Golden Globes 2015 red carpet, dazzling in a structured Silver Sparkles Jennifer Dress by Australian design star, Emilia Wickstead. Brian Atwood shoes, an Emm Kuo clutch and a slicked back, old Hollywood-style 'do completed her look.
The new Mrs Clooney looked simply stunning for her first turn on the Golden Globes red carpet. Human Rights Lawyer Amal, who arrived hand-in-hand with husband George Clooney, dressed in demure black Dior couture, complete with home-made gloves - 'she sewed them this morning,' George told a reporter as they arrived at the event - and dazzling Harry Winston jewels.
Maggie Gyllenhaal, who took home the evening's Best Actress In A Miniseries Or TV Movie award, walked the red carpet in a strapless, waisted Miu Miu gown.
Claire Danes proved her finger was truly on the fashion pulse when she walked the Golden Globes 2015 red carpet in a stunning printed and embellished Valentino gown. The actress, nominated for her role in hit drama Homeland, wisely let her dress do the talking, adding a simple updo and Salvatore Ferragamo heels.
Brit boy Benedict Cumberbatch may have looked super-suave in his smart black tux, but it was his pregnant fiancée Sophie Hunter who really stole the style show. The theatre director, who attended on the arm of her husband-to-be, chose a black printed Erdem gown for her moment in the spotlight, completed with Neil Lane jewels.
Downton Abbey actress - and one of the Golden Globes 2015's biggest winners - Joanne Froggatt flew the flag for British fashion in a strapless navy Marchesa gown, complete with delicate floral beads and a tiny, sweeping train. The blonde beauty chose a pretty plaited updo to complement her look, finishing with a glowing tan, and barely-there make-up.
Eddie Redmayne looked positively smitten as he arrived on the Golden Globes 2015 red carpet with new wife Hannah Bagshawe. The actor, who took home an award for his role in Stephen Hawking biopic, The Theory Of Everything, looked super-smart in a black velvet Gucci tux, while Hannah wore a simple strapless olive green gown.
Kate Hudson showed off her fabulous figure as as she hit the Golden Globes 2015 red carpet, in a slinky white Versace gown, complete with plunging neckline. The actress, who accessorised with Brian Atwood shoes, a Jimmy Choo clutch and Forevermark Diamonds jewels, finished her scene-stealing look with a sleek, slicked back 'do.
Big Eyes leading lady - and one of the Golden Globes 2015's big winners - Amy Adams was radiant on the red carpet in a pale blue, asymmetric Versace gown. The actress, who took home the award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy, accessorised with a side-swept, wavy 'do and oodles of glittering Tiffany jewels.
Naomi Watts brightened up proceedings in a sunshine yellow strapless Gucci gown, arriving to support hubby Liev Schreiber, who was up for a Best Actor gong. The actress, who left her shoulder-length locks loose, accessorised her look with with a statement Bulgari serpent necklace (the go-to piece for many an A-lister) and and a matching white clutch.
Katie Homes worked a classic bandeau Marchesa gown, in a muted berry shade that offset her sleek, low ponytail perfectly. Holmes stuck to her signature less-is-more style aesthetic for this red carpet appearance, and she was oh-so-right to do so, as it royally paid off. We salute you, Katie.
The Theory of Everything star Felicity Jones worked a showstopping Christian Dior ball gown for her red carpet moment. Not only is this full-skirt, high-neck design super-statement, but that rich teal colour is perfectly suited to Jones' porcelain complexion.
Heidi Klum gave us all a lesson in red carpet dressing, showing off her enviable supermodel bod in this Jessica Rabbit-style, Atelier Versace gown. And no red carpet frock is complete without some Hollywood, retro-glamour waves and of course, a pair of designer heels, with Klum opting for sky high pair of Jimmy Choo shoes.
New mum Emily Blunt stepped out with husband John Krasinski (star of the US Office) for her red carpet appearance. Working a cross-front, grecian-style Michael Kors gown, Blunt cleverly accessorised her incredible look with some statement Lorraine Scwartz earrings. Not only that, we're loving the plaited updo, too. Adding a mdoern edge to this elegant evening look.
Girls star Allison Williams opted for a ruby strapless Armani Prive gown to attend this year's Golden Globe awards. At just 27, Allison cleverly navigated red carpet dressing to ensure her look was equally classic, and in keeping with the glamorous, Black tie dress-code, while retaining a youthful vibe and showcasing her incredible bod.
Jennifer Aniston stepped out with Fiance Justin Theroux in a sleek Saint Laurent black dress, complete with thigh-grazing split skirt. Unusually, the former Friends actress opted to wear her infamous locks styled in a rather demure updo, showing off that well toned upper body in the process. Might those be Saint Laurent sandals we spy, too?
Keira Knightley, who is expecting her first child with husband James Righton, stepped out in a beautiful Chanel creation for her turn on the Golden Globes red carpet. Said to have taken 30 people to make the bib-front frock, Keira made sure it was worth every moment as she dazzled in front of the cameras.
Jennifer Lopez looked every inch her glamorous self at this year's Golden Globes red carpet, rocking a plunging, metallic Zuhair Murad dress, completing the look with a Jimmy Choo box clutch bag.
Jessica Chastain went for a shimmering Atelier Versace gown for her turn on the red carpet, opting for a plunging, halter-neck design that worked perfectly against her fair complexion. We love the ultra-glam, side-swept wavvy hair 'do, plus, those statement diamonds and Jimmy Choo heels.
Best Actress in a drama winner for The Alzheimer's Drama, Julianne Moore stepped out in an incredible Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci creation to attend this year's Golden Globe awards, a daring move that we think totally paid off.
2014 winner Lupita Nyong'o continued her reign as one of awards season's biggest style stars in a a purple purple Giambattista Valli gown, complete with petal-embellished bodice. The actress finished her look with glittering Chopard jewels.
Newlyweds George and Amal Clooney cemented their status as Hollywood royalty as they arrived hand-in-hand to walk the Golden Globes red carpet. While Amal looked stunning in black Dior couture, George - who also took home the evening's prestigious prestigious Cecil B. DeMille Award - wore a Giorgio Armani tux.
Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan took a smouldering turn on the Golden Globes 2015 red carpet in a sharp black tux. The actor, who presented an award with Fifty Shades co-star Dakota Johnson during the evening, was joined by his wife Amelia Warner, who wore a white, feathered hem dress.
She may be relatively new to the limelight, but Fifty Shades of Grey leading lady Dakota Johnson looked perfectly at home on the Golden Globes red carpet. The brunette beauty was stunning in a shimmering silver Chanel Couture dress, teamed with Chanel fine jewels, Jimmy Choo shoes and a Rauwolf clutch.
Bridesmaids actress Kristen Wiig, who took to the stage to present the Best Screenplay award during the evening, gave a nod to the 70s, choosing an off-the-shoulder white gown for her turn on the Golden Globes 2015 red carpet.
Channing Tatum and wife Jenna certainly put themselves in the running for the Golden Globes' most glamorous couple as they hit the red carpet ahead of the ceremony. While chaining looked super-smart in a Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo, Jenna was perfectly pretty in a pale yellow Carolina Herrera gown.
The Help actress Viola Davis went all-out Hollywood glam for her red carpet appearance, wearing a Donna Karan Atelier, strapless gown, complete with embellishment detailing at the waist and a seriously chic updo.
Quite possibly the coolest brother-sister duo in Hollywood, Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal looked super-sweet posing together on the red carpet.
Reese Witherspoon channeled old Hollywood glamour for her Golden Globes 2015 look, stepping out in a shimmering, strapless Calvin Klein gown, accessorised with Tiffany jewels. The actress added a pretty, side-swept 'do and a subtle, smokey eye.
House of Cards actress Kate Mara went for a red belted Miu Miu dress, finishing her look with a sleek side sweep 'do and an embellished clutch bag.
Yet another starlet who chose white for her Golden Globes look (we spy a trend!), Emily Blunt proved less is definitely more with her understated red carpet look. The actress was the epitome of elegance in a simple white Michael Kors gown, teamed with Nicholas Kirkwood heels, and colourful Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Lana Del Rey divided opinions in a daring vintage Travilla dress as she hit the Golden Globes red carpet. The songstress, who was nominated for her hit Yellow Flicker Beat, featured on the Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 soundtrack, added XIV Karats diamond jewels and a voluminous updo to complete her look.
Shortly after causing a stir with that picture on Twitter, Lena Dunham made a red carpet style statement in a structured scarlet satin Zac Posen gown.
Ally McBeal actress Calista Flockhart chose a sleek white Raoul column dress with an embellished collar for her turn on the Golden Globes red carpet.
Anna Kendrick had a fairytale moment worthy of her latest flick, Into The Woods, as she walked the Golden Globes red carpet. The actress who was nominated back in 2010 for George Clooney flick, Up In The Air, wore a stunning blush Monique Lhuillier gown, with Fred Leighton jewels.
Catherine Zeta-Jones proved that bigger sometimes is better when she arrived at the 2015 Golden Globes in a voluminous, structured scarlet gown. The actress sensibly pared down the rest of her red carpet look, adding simple diamond jewllery and a subtle, smokey eye.
Cindy Crawford added a much needed injection of colour to the Golden Globes red carpet, in a daring, thigh-split Versace dress. The super, who attended with hubby Rande Gerber, accessorised her cobalt gown with matching Harry Winston jewels.
Yet another actress to choose a pale yellow shade, Leslie Mann looked radiant in a buttery Kaufmanfranco gown, teamed with Kimberly McDonald earrings and bangles. A emerald Salvatore Ferragamo clutch added contrast to her colourful look.
Jennifer Lopez showed off her fabulous figure in a shimmering nude Zuhair Murad gown. The songstress accessorised the flowing creation with plenty of sparkle and a sultry, smokey eye.
Downton Abbey starlet Laura Carmichael eschewed the SS15 catwalks and instead chose a stunning vintage look for her moment in the Golden Globes spotlight. The actress wore vintage James Galanos from Decades, finished off with a Swarovski clutch and Chopard jewels.
Salma Hayek turned to McQueen for her red carpet look, opting for a voluminous white strapless gown, complete with metallic belt. The actress added diamond earrings and pinned her tumbling locks back with a floral hair slide.
Former Golden Globes presenter Ricky Gervais, who was himself nominated on the night, walked the LA red carpet with his wife, Jane Fallon.