#TBT: This is what our favourite stars wore on their first Golden Globes red carpet
With the 2016 Golden Globes set for this Sunday, we revisit some of this year's nominees' first turn on the GG red carpet.
Kate Winslet: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Jobs
In 1996, she wore this...
Cate Blanchett: Nominated for Best Actress in a Drama for Carol
The year was 1999. Cate took home her first award of many like a boss in this impossibly '90s LBD.
Rooney Mara: Best Actress in a Drama for Carol
Rooney's star has been steadily on the rise in recent years and with 2012 debut, she began to show exactly what makes her a fashion favourite.
Will Smith: Best Actor in a Drama for Concussion
In 1993, before Ali and after the Fresh Prince, Will Smith appeared at the Globes with his ex Sheree Zampino, wearing, well this...
Michael Fassbender: Best Actor in a Drama for Steve Jobs
The Irish actor enjoyed successful later in life - his first Golden Globes red carpet was in 2012 when he was 35.
Leonardo DiCaprio: Best Actor in a Drama for The Revenant
He's always been a mommy's boy. In 1994, the then 19-year-old took his mother Irmelin as his date and these days, not much has changed.
Jennifer Lawrence: Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for Joy
Since bursting onto the scene in 2010, rarely an awards season goes by without some buzz about J-Law. In 2011, our love affair with her red carpet style began.
Melissa McCarthy: Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for Spy
Melissa McCarthy made her first Golden Globes appearance in 2012 and worked this Grecian gown like a pro.
Matt Damon: Best Actor in Musical or Comedy for The Martian
In 1998, Matt Damon (pictured with Ben Affleck) hit the big time after the phenomenal success of Good Will Hunting.
Helen Mirren: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Trumbo
Her 1997 look is simply iconic.
Jennifer Jason Leigh: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in The Hateful Eight
JJL's career is enjoying a major resurgence since disappearing into obscurity post-nineties glory. But in 1992, she, and her pantsuit, were making their mark.
Alicia Vikander: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in Ex Machina and Best Actress in a Drama for The Danish Girl
Newcomer Vikander made her first appearance at the 2013 red carpet and naturally, made every best dressed list going.
Jane Fonda: Best Supporting Actress for Youth
As one of Hollywood's most enduring actresses, in 1978, she took home her first award and looked all sorts of retro-tastic.
Viola Davis: Best Actress in a Television Series, Drama for How To Get Away With Murder
Viola walked her first Golden Globes red carpet in 2009, and is glowing as just much these days as she was then.
Robin Wright: Best Actress in a Television Series, Drama for House of Cards
Before Claire Underwood was the Princess Bride. The silver satin might be out of date, but otherwise, Robin Wright in 1995 vs now has barely aged a day.
Jon Hamm: Best Actor in a Television Series, Drama for Mad Men
2009 is proof that a bad photo of Jon Hamm simply doesn't exist.
Liev Schreiber: Best Actor in a Television Series, Drama for Ray Donovan
He might be killing it in Netflix's Ray Donovan, but in 2000, he looked more concerned with Sex and the City.
Kirsten Dunst: Best Actress in a Limited Series for Fargo
As a successful child star, Dunst in well versed in red carpet etiquette, having been frequenting them since 1995.
Queen Latifah: Best Actress in a Limited Series for Bessie
It's hard to believe there was a time when Queen Latifah was better known for her music than her acting, but alas, it was. For her first red carpet in 2001, she wanted to stand out from the crowd.
Julia Louis Dreyfus: Best Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy for VEEP
Always one of television's most beloved actresses, JLD won her first (of many) Golden Globes in 1994 for Seinfeld.