Fashion at the Globes


By Elana Katz


I had a very difficult time narrowing down whom I felt truly took the cake this year, but ultimately decided that Emma Stone in Lanvin was my favorite. With this gown, she truly delivered. It looked gorgeous against her skin tone and hair color, and the intricate combination of burgundy and fuchsia was a stroke of genius. What sent this look to the top of my best-dressed list was the detail of the eagle belt, underscoring the importance of statement jewelry and accessories. —Elana

Sophia Vergara perfectly accentuated her curves in her rich, dark blue dress. It was simple on top, allowing for intricate detail on the mermaid bottom without over-indulgence. With her sleek, straight hair to her body-hugging dress, Vergara looked simply stunning. —Nicolette


Who dressed Piper Perabo? Her voluminous Theyskens’ Theory dress made her look like she was drowning in tissue paper. I liked the tone of the dress but wish she had chosen a piece that was more appropriate for her body and the event. However, Perabo looked cheerful and confident throughout the night, proving that “you’re never fully dressed without a smile.” —Elana

A tight fit on top and a looser bottom often makes the body look smaller by accentuating the waist, but Piper Perabo did not do this successfully. The sheer style on both top and bottom only played into the oddness of this ensemble. The top part of this dress did not do much for her figure, and the bottom was too large. From the muted color to the fullness of the skirt, it seems that bigger is not always better. —Nicolette


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