Awards Season kicked off last night with the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards. The big winners on the night included George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Kate Winslet and Claire Danes. New silent movie The Artist took away 3 awards and Martin Scorsese was awarded the covetted best director for Hugo.
On the red carpet one of the best dressed stars of the evening was Charlize Theron. Charlize looked every inch the movie star in a custom made nude couture design by Dior.
Reese Witherspoon wowed in a red strapless fish-tailed gown by Zac Posen. This dress fits Reese perfectly and is teamed with the perfect choice in paired down hair and makeup so as not to detract from the gown.
Michelle Williams went for a retro looking design in a purple textured long-sleeved gown created by Jason Wu.
Lea Michele failed to impress in a too-revealing bronze and silver see-through Marchesa gown.
Emma Stone went for a custom made dark purple chiffon Grecian style maxi dress by Lanvin. This is a nice look but I have come to expect something a little more special from Emma.
Nicole Kidman got it wrong in a rather peculiar studded gown in a strange not quite mint green but not cream either design by Versace.
Kate Winslet looked effortlessly chic in a monochrome design by British designer Jenny Packham.
Heidi Klum went for minimalist chic in a beautiful light orange gown by Calvin Klein.
Angelina Jolie went for a glamorous look in a cream and red detail gown by Atelier Versace.
Tilda Swinton looked so strange it’s actually kind of amazing in a blue jacket and skirt look by Haider Ackerman.
Julianne Moore played it safe in a black strapless layered gown by Chanel couture.
Kate Beckinsale wowed in a super glamorous strapless fishtail gown by Roberto Cavalli.
Freida Pinto chose a beautiful strapless gown in teal blue by Prada.
Jessica Chastain rocked a high fashion embellished white high-neck gown by Givenchy.
Finally Madonna arrived in a metallic and embroidered cap-sleeve gown from the pre-fall collection by Reem Acra.
Finally Claire Danes chose a classic monochrome design, an adapted look by J.Mendel.