Gowns in hues of scarlet, tomato, cherry and crimson reigned supreme on the red carpet of the 72nd annual Golden Globes.
Heidi Klum showed off her million dollar figure in a one shouldered dress by Versace, its ruched bodice showcasing her famous curves. The German model teamed the look with a matching red pout and 1940s style waves.
Routinely sophisticated, Girls star Allison Williams opted for a tiered Armani Privé gown with a discreetly embellished finish.
Dame Helen Mirren defied her 69 years in an age-appropriate but sexy dress by Italian design duo Dolce and Gabbana. Ciao Bella!
Similarly Jane Fonda continues to wow at the age of 77. The actress chose a fitted dress with mesh detailing by Versace.
Actress, director and author Lena Dunham relishes in defying red carpet stereotypes. Tonight she chose an unusually conventional gown by her “former babysitter” Zac Posen. A more streamlined waist on the satin number would have been favourable.
Orange Is The New Black protagonist Taylor Schilling chose a timeless dress by Ralph Lauren. The actress kept her beauty look paired back, and the keyhole neck detailing highlighted her graceful physique.
Catherine Zeta Jones returned to the spotlight in a crimson strapless gown. Also favouring this hue was Viola Davis who turned heads in an embellished number by Donna Karan.