Okay, so it may not be accurate to call black dresses a trend. Really, they're more of an enduring, look-great-on-everyone, style staple. But the sea of dazzling black gowns at last night's Golden Globe Awards gave more proof dresses don't have to have bright hues—or even a whole lot of shimmer—to light up a room.
Mandy Moore looked equal parts Gothic and glam in a caped gown by Naeem Khan. Stylist Michelle Saunders helped her pull the stunning frock.
Goldie Hawn rocked a shimmery, off-the-shoulder look by Prabal Gurung; her bling was Lorraine Schwartz. Goldie works with stylist Sophie Lopez.
Amy Adams paid homage to Tom Ford—who directed her in Nocturnal Animals—in one of his clingy, sparkling gowns.
All three Stallone sisters served as the collective "Miss Golden Globe." The trio marked the occasion as one does: by donning elegant, black gowns.
Teresa Palmer, who works with stylist Annabelle Harron, looked every inch the movie star in custom Armani Prive.
She's back! Winona Ryder wore a custom bow gown by Viktor & Rolf. Winona works with stylist Micaela Erlanger.
Linda Yaccarino, Chairman of Advertising Sales & Client Partnerships at NBCUniversal, also got in on the trend. Linda wore custom Atelier Alec Ohanian. Heads up: this designer is one to watch. The young, New York-based fashion whiz just launched a new site, and formally debuted his couture collection, this week.
Kristen Bell—whose stylist is Nicole Chavez—glittered in Jenny Packham. Though her Harry Winston baubles made for elegant accessories, there was one thing that Kristen wouldn't hit the red carpet without: double-stick tape.
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