From Amal Clooney's Disney white gloves to Keira Knightley's pregnancy style campaign, these were the looks worth knowing about at the Golden Globes 2015...
Upping the ante on her maternity-wear campaign, Keira’s working a bug-smattered Chanel column gown for the first big do of awards season. We love the science textbook butterfly bracelet and Victoriana ruff combo. Because who in their right mind wouldn’t want to wear a ruff?!
Part nod to Hepburn, part Disney princess, Amal’s homemade white gloves have got everybody talking. Teamed with a figure-skimming black Dior dress, she totally steals the limelight. We’ve actually forgotten who or what she’s even here to support.
For her first red carpet appearance since revealing she’s expecting a Cumberbaby, Sophie’s donning London label Erdem and pulling perfect English rose make-up. Way to celebrate the Brit invasion of Hollywood.
Rejoice – someone in trousers! The floor-grazing satin sash elevates Emma’s Lanvin jumpsuit from happy hour to red-carpet appropriate.
Jen teams a classic Saint Laurent halter column with slick hair for a bit of an edge. Was it wise to take on Angelina in the thigh-high split games? Tell us what you think on Twitter @MarieClaireUK.
Now here’s a winner! Amy does Little Mermaid waves with an artfully draped Versace as she scoops the Best Actress award.
Hell yeah Lupita! Shocking violet, maxi ruffles – now it’s a party! We can always count on Ms Nyong’o (and Giambattista Valli) to go bold or go home. She’s even got serious make-up game with matching eyeshadow and berry lips.
Mrs Eddie Redmayne judges it perfectly – a gathered Burberry (we think) gown in grungy olive with minimal hair and glowing skin. Totally un-phased by the red carpet charades.
Sweet Versace! Can we just take a moment to admire Kate Hudson’s body? Jennifer Aniston couldn’t take her hands off the star’s ample curves in this slashed gown and we can totally see why. We bow down.
The ladies maid scrubs up well in jewel blitzed Marchesa. It’s all-out red carpet glam for Joanne on her big night as she scoops the award for Best Supporting TV Actress. And why shouldn’t she go a bit mad with crystals and embroidery and drop earrings and a halo braid? We know we would.