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Golden Globes 2017: This Could Be The Most Glittery Red Carpet Of All Time
Is it us, or is everyone wearing metallics?
The fashion at the Golden Globe Awards is more than dazzling—it's positively blinding. This year, the stars wore so much shimmer we hardly know where to begin in breaking down the trend. Here are just a few of the many, many big names who showed up to the awards swathed in sparkles.
Tracee Ellis Ross nabbed a coveted statuette this evening, and turned heads in Zuhair Murad couture. The actress paired the dress with pointy-toed kicks by Christian Louboutin, and wore her hair back in a style that called her famous mother Diana to mind.
2016's breakout style star Ruth Negga shone in a floor-sweeping, silver gown by Louis Vuitton.
Sarah Paulson, who—like Ruth—works with stylist Karla Welch, wore a glittering frock by Marc Jacobs.
Nicole Kidman was covered in sequins, wearing Alexander McQueen's embroidered "Shipwreck" dress. The dramatic gown has a distressed tulle train.
For her first-ever Golden Globes appearance, Stranger Things' pint-size star Millie Bobby Brown appeared to be covered in couture confetti. Where was this dress when we were shopping for a New Year's Eve look?
Kerry Washington wore a gorgeous, metallic yellow gown by Dolce and Gabbana.
Thandie Newton's Monse gown was all white—and then all golden explosion. Both Kerry and Thandie work with stylist Erin Walsh.
Drew Barrymore's Monique Lhuillier gown channeled a beaded butterfly. It was the perfect choice for the sunny, free-spirited star.
Chrissy Teigen was pure gold in a fluttery, lacy gown.
New mom Blake Lively stunned in a black down decked with metallic details and an elegant train. Moral of this story? Never let anybody dull your shine.