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  • 9 January 2017



From fashion statements to political statements, the 74th Golden Globe was everything you hoped for — provocative, witty, fun, and full of #SoMuchFashion that we had our eyes peeled from the time it went live. And because we know you expect nothing less than the most 'engaging' experience here, we have got the complete low-down on who made the best dressed list this year, #throwback style winners from the past five years, and the winning headliners you need to know now... phew! Scroll for more ;)





Let's take a trip down memory lane (and the red carpet) to kick off the Golden Globe Awards, shall we?  


2012 : This year saw some crazy trends on the biggest stars. Think neutrals, creams and fairytale ball-gown silhouettes... But Charlize Theron's slit-up-to-there with that poised bow in the front gave us some unforgettable starry inspo.


2013 : In a sea of pale wispy gowns, J. Lo made history in this skin-snug, lacey gown... Well done, Zuhair Murad!


2014 : We all remember Lupita Nyong'o's fiery performace in 12 Years A Slave, so it was only right that she arrive at the awards night in this equally blazing red number with floor-sweeping cape-sleeves. 


2015 : We loved how Emma Stone broke away from flirty gowns and textured trains to slip into this crisp jumpsuit with a bedazzled bodice. And who else remembers her majestic elegant belt/cape? 


2016 : What better to show up in at the Golden Globes than this golden, glitzy, midriff-baring dress? Brie Larson shocked us all in this Calvin Klein collection number. And we L-O-V-E-D it.






From Blake Lively in a divine Versace Gown with pockets (yes, pockets), to soon-to-be baby-mama Natalie Portman's bohemian Prada dress, The Beverly Hilton Hotel was swarming with one showstopper after the other. Here's our list of the top 5 #GoldenGirls who stole the show, and how!




*WOOT* You gotta give it to our homegirl, Piggy Chops. Not only does she knock it out of the park in this gorgeous Ralph Lauren gold emboridered number but gives us major berry-brown #lippygoals to try, right about now.





The Ethiopan-Irish actress has taken Hollywood by storm not just for her acting prowess but her on-point style that's cutting edge and experimental. Of course, when Nicholas Ghesquiere decides to dress you in a custom made gown you know you've checked-in straight to culture bender haven. This futuristic silver pailette gown is everything now and so so fashion forward, we can't wait to gown this too!





The Westworld actress made not just a fashion statement, but also a political one with her dapper black-and-white suit, complete with a ribbon bow. Wood ditched a flowy gown or dress for a custom Altuzarra suit to let young girls know that, "you're not required (to wear) one if you don't want to, to really be yourself, and that your worth is more than the dresses that you wear."  Go #GirlPower





When Ryan Seacrest asked her the customary red carpet question, "Who're you wearing?", Emma Stone said, "Well, it's pink and it has stars on it".  Not so sure whether Valentino wil be pleased, but we sure can't take our eyes off the whimsy-fantasy that this gown allows. So fab!





We love Williams for working three of the biggest trends of 2016 like a total #GirlBoss. Choker, lace and off-shoulder have a red carpet party on their day out in this Louis Vuitton gown. So effective and eye-catching, we don't think you should be packing away 2016's trend anytime soon.






The night was everything you hoped for and so much more. And by more we mean, Meryl Streep's speech that everyone is talking about. If you still haven't heard it give it a listen here...


Meryl Streep Speech


And when you've been overcome by raw emotion and new resolutions for change and movement, catch up on the winning list by watching these...


Winning #WatchList


1. Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) - La La Land. (P.S. The movie also won Best Origincal Score, Best Screenplay amongst other awards.)


2. Best Television Limited Series - The People v. O.J. Simpson : American Crime Story


3. Best Actress, Drama - Isabelle Huppert for Elle 


4. Best Television Drama - The Crown, Netflix


5. Best Performance By An Actress In A Mini Series - Sarah Paulson for The People v. O.J. Simpson : American Crime Story


6. Best Actor (Musical or Comedy) - Ryan Gosling for La La Land


7. Best Actress (Musical or Comedy) - Emma Stone for La La Land



For the full list, click here




Image courtesy: Getty Images





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