Hollywood's A-listers lit-up the red carpet of the 77th Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton on Monday.
Emma Stone, Best Actress - Comedy/Musical winner for La La Land, also won the fashion honours at the Golden Globes in a pale pink Valentino number strewn with stars
Jane Fonda in Saint Laurent: The usually-elegant actress' ruffled bodice was compared to a clown, meringue, chips, cupcakes and seashells.
Cate Blanchett in Givenchy: She lost the Best Actress prize but won the red carpet in an unusual pale pink fringed gown. Smokey eyes and sideswept hair finished her look.
A bevy of Hollywood stars attended the Golden Globes after-party in Los Angeles on January 12.
The crown undoubtedly went to Benedict Cumberbatch who launched a "Cumberbomb" as Meryl Streep an in-disguise Margaret Cho posed together during hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's North Korea mockery of the controversy over The Interview and Sony hacks. Michael Keaton was the prompt paparazzo who tried to capture the moment for posterity.
It's one of the most glamorous red carpets in show business and celebrities invest endless time and energy (if not money because god knows you just have to be able to afford to but designer clothing in order to be given it free) in creating their Golden Globes outfit. However, they can't all be winners. Here are 10 ugliest dresses we spotted at the Globes this year - an no, Keira Knightley's bird print isn't on this list because we quite like it.
Best Actress Amy Adams, who opted for a vintage Hollywood look, was easily the belle of the ball in a beautiful silky, baby blue gown that was draped on one shoulder.
Golden Globes 2015: The Winners
Hollywood's A-list stars descended on the red carpet in Los Angeles for the Golden Globe Awards on January 12, 2015.
Golden Globes 2015: Nominations
Sandra Bullock in Prabal Gurung: Best Actress nominee Sandra's colourblocked satin dress certainly wasn't defying Gravity, it was freefalling all the way to fashion hell.