The 10 Most Epic Golden Globes Dresses of all Time
Movies are well and good, but our favorite part of awards season is ogling the stunning dresses. So as we patiently await the 75th Golden Globe Awards' arrival on Sunday, January 7, let’s indulge in a quick recap of the top ten Golden Globes dresses of all time.
1. Marilyn Monroe, 1962
The blonde bombshell collected the “Henrietta” award at the 1962 Globes wearing a sequined Norman Norell gown that’d be just as stylish now as it was then.
2. Audrey Hepburn, 1990
The effortlessly chic 60-year-old Hepburn won the Cecil B. DeMille Award while wearing an elegant white silk sheath with exaggerated shoulders, courtesy of an unknown designer.
3. Jennifer Aniston, 2004
The same year Aniston said goodbye to Friends, she donned a stunning black Valentino gown that was both classic and daring. (Remember, this was, like, ten years before “side boob” was a thing.)
4. Nicole Kidman, 2005
Kidman peacocked, both literally and figuratively, when she snagged the award for Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture in a slinky bias-cut Gucci number. The plume details and rich hue were an unexpected choice for an actress who typically goes neutral.
5. Keira Knightley, 2006
We love how Knightley’s crepe satin Valentino pairs a simple column silhouette with a flashy kimono belt and tassels.
6. Eva Mendes, 2009
Mendes frequently gravitates toward feminine pieces with flourish. This Christian Dior is proof that all white plus oversize bow need not look bridal.
7. Angelina Jolie, 2011
Angie stole the show back in ’11 when she appeared like a kelly green (Versace) goddess in a sea of black and white.
8. Lupita Nyong’o, 2014
Who says you have to have superpowers to flaunt a cape?
9. Julianne Moore, 2015
Sequins, feathers, sass...this Givenchy gown truly has everything.
10. Jennifer Lawrence, 2016
We love the way this Dior number plays with proportion and sex (those side cutouts!) and nods to the crop-top trend that seemed to be everywhere that year.