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Golden Globes 2015: Red Carpet Trends

Andie Furber |
January 12, 2015 | 11:18 a.m. PST

Staff Reporter

Emma Stone at the 2015 Golden Globes (Twitter/ @EmmaStone_fan)
Emma Stone at the 2015 Golden Globes (Twitter/ @EmmaStone_fan)
Yesterday, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, stars gathered to celebrate an eventful, groundbreaking year in entertainment. Along with the awards, the evening’s fashion was highly anticipated, and stars did not disappoint. Among the show’s wide array of styles, there were some common themes.


Stars opted to show some skin with chic cutouts. These geometric designs flattered their figures and added an edge to their ensembles. 


On one of the biggest nights of the year, stars decided to match the evening’s glamour with shimmery, metallic pieces. Jennifer Lopez was one of the stars who rocked the look. 

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Stars looked red-hot on the red carpet in bright crimson shades. "House of Cards" actress Kate Mara and Catherine Zeta-Jones rocked this bold look. 


In contrast to the shocking red, many stars, such as "Big Eyes" actress Amy Adams, opted to go with these girlier shades. While these tones were much softer, they left viewers in awe. "Girls" actress Zosia Mamet also wore pastel shades. 

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Plunging Necklines

Many honorees, such as "Gone Girl" actress Rosamund Pike chose to bare it all on the red carpet in strong statement pieces. 


In the boldest statements of the night, some starlets even chose to go androgynous, including "Best Supporting Actress" nominee Emma Stone who nailed it in a jumper combo.  

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