RUFFLES AND FLOW
One of the prettiest trends on the Golden Globes red carpet? Soft, romantic dresses accented with the tiniest of ruffles ... and some major bling, of course
SANDRA BULLOCK in a Dior dress, Amrapali earrings and Bochic bracelets.
ELIZABETH BANKS in a J. Mendel gown and Fred Leighton and Lorraine Schwartz diamonds.
DEMI MOORE in a Dior dress, Cartier bracelets and Roger Vivier clutch.
OLIVIA WILDE in a Reem Acra dress and Van Cleef & Arpels diamonds.
HIT OR MISS?
Renée Zellweger veered from her usual sleek red- carpet uniform with this sheer, mermaid-skirted number and corkscrew curls. Seventy-five percent of People.com readers didn't go for it.
Restraint? What restraint? There was no sign of an economic downturn when it came to stars' showstopping jewelry
The nominee paired her Elie Saab gown with a 200-carat platinum and diamond necklace by Lorraine Schwartz.
A 50-carat blackened platinum diamond necklace by Lorraine Schwartz complemented the nominee's Roberto Cavalli dress.
Carpenter—fresh from marrying Dexter costar Michael C. Hall—chose a diamond fringe necklace by Neil Lane.
The presenter's ca. 1974 "Panka" necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels features 132 blue turquoise stones and 36 carats of diamonds.
JAKE UNDER COVER
For months the star has been sporting a slouchy knit hat, which we thought he was wearing to cover his hair—formerly shoulder length for a film role. But when the star showed off his locks at the Golden Globe Awards, we realized maybe he just really likes knit hats
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The red-carpet drama wasn't limited to dresses: A-listers worked glamorous looks, whether with bold lips, luminous skin or gravity-defying hair
"I wanted to make her look sophisticated, gorgeous and natural," says Diaz's makeup artist, Revlon's Gucci Westman. "I used strawberry suede on the middle and top of her lips so it looks like a gorgeous tomato/coral color."
Matte lipstick in Strawberry Suede, $7.99; at drugstores.
Age Defying Spa Foundation in Medium, $13.99.
"I never make her look made-up—she doesn't like that," says Jolie's makeup artist, Lancôme's Mary Burton. "I wanted to have her look very natural and focus on the eyes, go really natural on the lips and cheeks and bring out her skin."
Juicy Tubes lip gloss in Spring Fling, $18; lancome-usa.com
Color Design blush in Model Mocha, $27.
Barrymore says her high-drama do was inspired by Marilyn Monroe. "I felt old-fashioned Hollywood." Her hairstylist, L'Oréal's Giannandrea, used mousse to build volume, set the star's hair in rollers and teased it before finishing with hairspray.
Texture Expert Expansion mousse, $19; us.lorealprofessionnel.com for salons
Infinium hairspray, $23.
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