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From J-Law to J-Lo, join us for a look at some of the most memorable fashions from the 2016 Golden Globe Awards.
Jennifer Lawrence was dazzling in a red Dior gown, Chopin necklace and sleek updo. The award made for a nice accessory, too.
In a yellow Giambattista Valli gown and cape, Jennifer Lopez shone on the red carpet at the arrivals for the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards.
‘The Danish Girl’ star Eddie Redmayne looks dapper in a deep blue jacquard Gucci tux.
The star of TV’s ‘Empire’ steals the show once again -- this time in an elegant Stella McCartney gown.
We may not be sure how to say her name, but that’s because Soairse Ronan left us speechless in this white Grecian gown by Saint Laurent Paris.
With her beachy-blonde hair and a midriff-baring nude dress by Michael Kors, Kate Hudson wowed the crowd the moment she walked out.
Channeling her inner Marilyn Monroe, Lady Gaga looks every bit the winner in this black velvet Versace dress that shows off her tiny waist.
Queen Latifah ruled the red carpet in a pale blue Badgley Mischka gown.
Cate Blanchett turned heads in a pale pink fringed Givenchy gown.
In a midnight-blue Marchesa gown with silver accents, Viola Davis is a true shining star.
Brie Larson was one of the night’s big winners, for her role in ‘Room’ -- and for this gorgeous golden gown from the Calvin Klein Collection.
The lovely Rooney Mara graced the red carpet in a pale, blush-colored Alexander McQueen gown.
David Oyelowo was a standout in a purple Dolce & Gabbana tux, outshining even the red carpet.
All eyes were on leading lady Jane Fonda, who wore a ruffled white Saint Laurent Paris gown.
'Orange Is the New Black' star Laverne Cox is a vision in a form-fitting gown by designer Elizabeth Kennedy.
Looking anything but a ‘trainwreck,’ Amy Schumer owned the red carpet in this black-and-white Atelier Prabal Gurung gown.
The lovely Maggie Gyllenhaal wore a timeless Marc Jacobs black-and-gold gown with a bias cut.
Looking like an explosion of pink glitter, Kate Bosworth wore this Dolce & Gabbana gown with style and grace.
The ‘Shameless’ star wowed in an Armani Prive red dress and matching flame-colored lips.
The always gorgeous Helen Mirren is as classy as ever in a black Badgley Mischka gown and Harry Winston jewels.
Alicia Vikander wins the night in white Louis Vuitton.
Rosie Huntington-Whitely shone in gold Versace.
Olivia Wilde, stunning in Michael Kors and Bulgari jewelry.
Kirsten Dunst, in a deep-cut Valentino.
Julianne Moore slayed it in midnight blue sequins care of Tom Ford.
Natalie Dormer, in J. Mendel.
Leslie Mann, in Monique Lhuiller
Felicity Huffman in a gown by Lorena Sarbu.
Eva Longoria in an open-backed white dress with embellishments by George Hobeika.
Malin Ackerman, pretty in a peplum-accented Neem Acra gown and clutch from Kotur.
Jaimie Alexander had us seeing green in Genny.
Jada Pinkett-Smith also went glam in green, wearing Atelier Versace and Jimmy Choo shoes.
Gina Rodriguez, looking regal in a dark blue Zac Posen gown.
Eva Green, in a gold Elie Saab number.
Amy Adams, in Atelier Versace.
Kate Winslet, in Ralph Lauren and Jimmy Choo heels.
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