Golden Globes 2017: The Red Carpet Trends


Golden Globes 2017: From Amy Adams, to Millie Bobby Brown and Ruth Negga, Hollywood’s biggest names took to the red carpet last night in Los Angeles for the Golden Globes. La La Land (in cinemas this Friday) swooped a staggering seven awards – its female star, Emma Stone, and her on-screen zingy yellow dress seemingly triggering a micro trend on the red carpet.

While Stone herself wore a romantic tulle dress by Maison Valentino for the evening (a mood that Felicity Jones, in Gucci, Nicole Kidman, in a frothy Alexander McQueen gown, and Hailee Steinfeld in Vera Wang also followed), daffodil yellow was the color of the evening, with Emily Ratajkowski, Reese Witherspoon, Maisie Williams, Kerry Washington and Natalie Portman (in Prada) opting for an array of buttery shades.

British actress, Claire Foy, collected the award for Best Actress (TV) for her starring role in The Crown (the Netflix series also won Best TV Series) in a dazzling Erdem number. She wasn’t alone in sporting show-stopping sequins fit for a modern-day screen siren. Loving star Ruth Negga picked a similarly shimmering style by Louis Vuitton, while Amy Adams glittered in Tom Ford.

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