Golden Globes 2020: the evening's outfits
We never miss an opportunity to scroll through galleries of glamorously dressed celebrities, and yesterday's Golden Globes red carpet display was no let down.
One of the beautiful things about fashion is how subjective it is. One person's trash is another person's treasure and all that. But we've picked our favourite (and less favourite) looks from the night.
Model Winnie Harlow looked stunning in a 1920s style dress, designed by LaQuan Smith. With its plunging neckline and super low back, combined with a very high leg split, it could have risked being a bit too much, but it just looked so elegant on her.
The silver fringing moving against the black of the dress was lovely. Top marks from us!
There's always a risk with head-to-toe floral prints that you'll look like a pair of vintage curtains, but actress Kaitlyn Dever looked incredible in her Valentino gown.
The silhouette was super flattering, with the volume of the skirt and the puffball sleeves balanced against the fitted top half and clinched-in waist. Simply hair and makeup was also a great choice, letting the dress do all the talking.
While we normally love J.LO's style, her Valentino gown wasn't a hit with us. It seems to have gone down well with the critics, but we're just not sure.
The Christmas colours of green and gold on the oversized double bow against the stark white of the skirted section just didn't tick our boxes. She looked like a (very beautiful) present, although her hair, makeup and accessories were on point.
Oh, Gwyneth! While some people thought Gwyneth pulled off this outfit, we thought it was a bit of a dud.
Yes, it was daring but the layers of brown tulle just seemed underwhelming, although we loved her statement silver necklace. Had this Fendi dress been another colour, we might have loved it though - and there's no doubt Gwyneth still looked beautiful.
What did you guys think of the outfits on show at last night's Golden Globes? Do you agree or disagree with the ones we've chosen? Let us know in the comments.