The top 5 trends at the Golden Globes
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Top 5 trends Golden Globes
These ladies went monochromatic on the red carpet, donning crimson frocks that would do Valentino and Titian proud.
Allison Williams in Armani Prive.
A crop of bold red carpet attendees took the LA sunshine seriously in buttery, citrine and chartreuse hues that perfect complimented the optimism of the evening.
Naomi Watts in Gucci.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum in Carolina Herrera.
Leslie Mann in Kaufman Franco.
From Grecian goddesses to vamps in Valentino, white was the right way for the "Golden" girls.
Kate Hudson in Versace.
Salma Hayek in Alexander McQueen.
Rosamund Pike in Vera Wang.
This may be the Golden Globes, but the metal of choice on the evening's carpet was sleek and silver.
Dakota Johnson in Chanel.
Reese Witherspoon in Calvin Klein.
While the designer mainstays are always welcome, three thespians supported the new guard in fashion -- and we always welcome a fresh face.
Kerry Washington in Mary Katranzou.
The red carpet season is just getting started, but the style story is off to a stellar start. From the hero hues of the evening to fresh designer faces -- see what's trending at the Golden Globes.See more of the top trends at the Golden Globes.Written by: Kerry PieriMore from Harper's Bazaar:Tina Fey and Amy Pohler's Funniest Golden Globes JokesThe Full List of Winners from the 2015 Golden GlobesThe 20 Coolest Haircuts for WinterThe Best Beauty Products for 2015