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Best Dressed Celebrities at the Golden Globes 2017

fashion & stylenews

9 January 2017

The 73rd edition of the Golden Globes took place yesterday in a mesmerising red carpet celebrity flow. Among glamorous styles, some captured our attention.

We don't need to say more! The style icon, Sarah Jessica Parker made her way back to the Golden Globes years after Sex and the City days. Now she was looking gorgeous as always wearing a Vera Wang white ballgown.

"I haven't been here in a long time and this show is so special. Every event deserves thought. I want to respect the occasion," she said. "I actually saw an image of this dress and it was the fastest seduction - meteoric really. I couldn't imagine someone hadn't already claimed it. Vera's team completely rebuilt it for me because this was the only sample. It's really amazing the quality and the ease with which they do the work. I don't typically wear this color but I fell in love.", Sarah Jessica Parket said to WWD.

Other representatives of the women empowering style are Nicole Kidman who was wearing a sparkling bodice dress signed Alexander McQueen, Jessica Chastain in Prada, Blake Lively in a Versace velvet dress, Emma Stone in Valentino, Naomi Campbell in Versace.

Blake Lively in Versace and Ryan Reynolds in Gucci.

One of the designers with a lot of focus on was Tom Ford and one of the dilemmas around the press was why he didn't want to design for the First Woman, Melanie Trump.

He said to WWD: "I said I would not have dressed Hillary if she became president, either. I think whomever is president or the first lady should be wearing clothes at a price point that is accessible to most Americans and wearing clothes that are made in America. My clothes are made in Italy and are very expensive and I don't think most women wear them in our country. The first lady or the president should represent all people. Especially given this president's beliefs about Made in America." 

There's a great inspiration on each Red Carpet and Golden Globes puts on its best!

Editor Andra Oprea