Stylist's shopping editor Lucy Reber picks ten of the best dressed celebs at the Golden Globes last night...
Emma Stone in Lanvin
Our absolute top pick is Emma Stone is this striking jumpsuit by Lanvin. The embellished bodice and extravagant sash make it glam enough for the red carpet, but the overall look is fresh, exuberant and youthful - the perfect foil to Ms Stone's winning personality.
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Dakota Johnson in Chanel Haute Couture
This stand out dress has been accessorised just right by Dakota Johnson. It needs no extra adornment, so the clean line box clutch and barely there shoes were perfect. Dakota's undone hair is the ideal finishing touch (an up do would have been too stuffy) she has modern red carpet style nailed.
Skip to 11:00 minutes on the video below to see Dakota's dress on the catwalk.
Claire Danes in Valentino
The Homeland star looks perfectly at ease in this hauntingly beautiful Valentino gown. Illustrating perfectly this springs trend for bohemian dressing, the cut is modest and elegant with Claire's simple low chignon and bold earrings the perfect foil to the look.
Julianne Moore in Givenchy Haute Couture
Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci has been instagramming pictures of Julianne, resplendent in silver, to his 701k followers this morning. He credits her as a Gothic Queen and we couldn’t agree more. This sleek, shimmering gown with the unexpected addition of an ombre marabou trim was regal in the extreme.
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Ruth Wilson in Prada
We love that Ruth Wilson embraced this bold green column dress by Prada to collect her award for best actress in a TV drama. The unfinished edges and high neck design were taken directly from Miuccia's ss15 catwalk, a key show for the new season.
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Felicity Jones in Dior
Our favourite take on the fairy tale gown, came courtesy of Felicity Jones in Dior. Her minimal jewels and the sharp cut and unusual colour of the gown conspired to make it feel modern and fashion forward rather than frowsy and dated. Bravo Mr Simons.
Sienna Miller in Miu Miu
It seems along with her hair, Sienna has also revamped her sense of style. She has been looking particularly fabulous recently, the Miu Miu gown she chose for last night's festivities is a case in point. The daring slashed neck line of the bodice balanced out the full fabric skirt and Sienna infused the whole look with her particular brand of bohemian charm.
Diane Kruger in Emillia Wickstead
This Emilia Wickstead gown was the perfect choice for the glacial beauty of Diane Kruger. We loved the Brit designers hugely elegant SS15 show, her ladylike design style is shown to perfection in this streamlined gown of which the glittering fabric is the star.
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Jemima Kirke in Rosie Assoulin
The Girls girls were out in force at the Globes, with Jemima Kirke catching our eye in a cape crop top and floor length skirt combo. American designer Rosie Assoulin was the perfect fit, previously stating it is her aim to make ball gowns feel like sweat pants, we are sure Jemima's on screen character, free spirited Jessa, would approve.
Casual meets formalwear in Rosie Assoulin's Spring Summer 2015 collection.
Kerry Washington in Mary Katrantzou
We are thrilled that Kerry Washington opted for young Brit designer Mary Katrantzou for the awards. The incredible cut and fabric of this gown makes it feel like an architectural construct and Kerry resisted the temptation to pile on heavy jewels - letting the elegant sweetheart neckline do the talking.