Fashion for the Golden Globe: the stars return to the wet carpet

From Heidi Klum’s sparkling feathery gown to Billy Porter’s crimson tuxedo dress, stars appeared on the Golden Globes red carpet.

LOS ANGELES — The stars returned Tuesday at the Golden Globes to television, sauntering across wet greyish carpet in relatively predictable appearance — with a few notable exceptions.

A look at fashion from the 80th Golden Globes:


Heidi Klum, shortly after her Halloween worm appearance, appeared wearing a silver sparkler with a feather embellishment on one shoulder as the crowd got a respite from the rain that had plagued Southern California.


There were a lot of black suits and tuxedos. Eddie Redmayne showed up in a brown dress with a huge silk flower at the lapel courtesy of Valentino. Another standout character: Colman Domingo in a black jeweled tuxedo. Elvis, also known as Austin Butler, entered the building in a traditional black tuxedo.


Sheryl Lee Ralph of Abbott Elementary led the train parade in her high-neck look in a bright blue dress with chunky embellishments. Viola Davis also opted for a blue jewel tone that glides over the body.

Chloe Flower, who will perform the song during the show, opted for a longer train in a white, lightly embellished dress.

Nissy Nash-Betts was wearing a beautiful dark purple dress with large sequins and a broad-shouldered coat. Both were made by Dolce & Gabbana.

There was also plenty of gold jewelry, including the adorable 19-year-old Bailey Bass from Avatar: The Path of Water in a long, delicately patterned look. Michelle Williams wore an airy one-shoulder ivory gown with gold trim. Her tousled look included a high slit.

With the exception of the likes of Domingo, jewelry was kept to a minimum.


Pregnant Abby Elliot opted for a bright orange color with all-over glitter from Pamella Roland. Her sparkler had long wide sleeves and a high collar.

Jenny Slate wore emerald green. She said E! of her slip dress with a large flower around her neck, which she aimed at “a woman who is about to turn into a magical plant.”

Among the standout looks was E! host Laverne Cox in a sexy goddess dress in blue and silver, with curly hair in the style of an old Hollywood bob. Her look was vintage by John Galliano.

Billy Porter wore a dark red tuxedo dress and shiny silver boots with chunky heels.

Anya Taylor-Joy opted for a two piece sun yellow look with a tiny bandeau top.


Sepide Moafi, an Iranian-American actress, wore a black dress with sequins and special touches. She worked on the look with Iranian designer Amir Taghi and Haus of Milad.

“The dress has many stories,” she told The Associated Press, “but the most important one is this flower, which represents a new blooming Iran during this revolution.”

She was referring to the month-long wave of protests in Iran challenging the country’s ruling theocracy.

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