The 73rd Golden Globes ceremony was a sea of acting talent, but even those who did not take home any official awards still had the chance to be total winners on the red carpet. Vivid monochromatic primary colours were seen on the likes of Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams, while Brie Larson and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley opted for glittering golden gowns. While there were few particularly brave choices on the night, stylists were on their best behaviour, with the level of sophistication at a high standard throughout.
Scroll through to see who made our best dressed list:
1 of 24 Jennifer Lawrence was a striking spectacle in a red Dior column dress and diamonds. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Jennifer Lawrence was a striking spectacle in a red Dior column dress and diamonds. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni One of the many to get the cape memo as well as following the plunging neckline trend, Saoirse Ronan's angelic white Saint Laurent gown ticked all the boxes. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni One of the many to bring a touch of metal to the red carpet, Rosie Huntington-Whitely looked utterly incredible in Versace. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Taylor Schilling mastered understated glamour and really broke the mould in a relaxed sequinned Thakoon tuxedo and tousled hair. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Zendaya went for classic red carpet glamour in a crimson tiered marchesa gown complete plunging neckline, the must-have of the night. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni The pale shade could have washed her out but Rooney Mara's fawn hued textural Alexander McQueen dress was a perfect match. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Alicia Vikander looked ethereal in Louis Vuitton column dress accessorised with diamond earrings. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Cate Blanchett channelled the Art Deco opulance of the 1920's in a fine tassled Givenchy gown. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Ornate yet understated, Kate Bosworth was a glittering success in sequinned Dolce and Gabbana. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Olivia Wilde went for full on glamour in an exceptional Michael Kors deep cut halter dress. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Natalie Dormer mastered sophistication in a layered silk scarlet J.Mendel dress. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Amy Adams also opted for primary colours in a bold Atelier Versace sequinned design. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Olivia Palermo eschewed the traditional floor length gown for a bold, graphic calf length Delpozo design. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Leslie Mann looked adorable in an embroidered blush Monique Lhuillier dress. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Joanne Froggatt owned the red carpet in a strapless Reem Acra gown in cornflour blue complete with extreme plunging neckline. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Julianne Moore looked as sultry and sexy as ever in a Tom Ford floor length sequin dress in midnight blue. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Eva Green also opted for a golden wonder in Elie Saab. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Jennifer Lopez took one for the team with the obligatory leg split in her vibrant Giambattista Valli deisgn. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Maggie Gyllenhaal went for a vintage look in Marc Jacobs with a beautiful twenties inspired metallic floral print. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Amanda Peet followed in the footsteps of Rooney Mara in distressed embellished Alexander McQueen. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Brie Larsson was a spectacle in gold in a delicate Calvin Klein dress with cut out details. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Lady gaga opted for old Hollywood glamour in an incredible sculpted Atelier Versace dress. REUTERS/ Lucy Nicholson Viola Davis joined the midnight blue crew in an exquisite Marchesa star embroidered gown. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni Emilia Clarke opted for a caped design, looking striking in a romantic Valentino dress. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni