The Best and Worst-Dressed at the Golden Globes

Green and navy gowns ruled the night, and several fashion-forward actresses made some spectacular misses. Here, we break down the 10 best and worst on the Globes' red carpet.

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BEST: Olivia Wilde
The "Tron" starlet embraced her princess moment with gusto, opting for a night sky of a Marchesa gown in shimmering black tulle.
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BEST: Catherine Zeta-Jones
Zeta-Jones was one of the few women on the carpet who could pull off this voluminous emerald-green Monique Lhullier gown, and she owned it. Upon closer inspection, the floral-like texture on this dress was also magnificent.
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BEST: Mila Kunis
nContinuing the evening's emerald theme, Mila Kunis shone in a custom Vera Wang gown with exquisite rippled silk, wisely paired with minimal accessories and a simple updo.
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BEST: Angelina Jolie
nWhile her fashion track-record promoting "The Tourist" wasn't so stellar, Jolie won points with the fashion set for this vintage-inspired green Atelier Versace. The simple hairstyle combined with strong shoulders and plunging back gave the look a '70s Hollywood throwback vibe.
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BEST: Anne Hathaway
nAlso rocking some seriously strong shoulders was Anne Hathaway in a champagne-colored Armani gown. A lesser woman might have looked foolish, but Hathaway's svelte figure and mega-watt smile elevated the look.
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BEST: Hailee Steinfeld
The rising star of "True Grit" opted for a rising fashion star with her elegant white Prabal Gurung gown. It was fresh and fashionable, while at the same time utterly age-appropriate.
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BEST: Lea Michele
It's tough to go wrong in Oscar de la Renta, but Michele's bright pink, frothy confection seemed to jive better with her personality that some other too-grown-up frocks she's worn in the past.
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BEST: Julianne Moore
nWhile some might have taken issue with the rather floppy shoulder on Moore's Lanvin gown, the color was transcendent and Moore was styled to perfection -- complete with statement necklace and a loose ponytail.
BEST: Amy Adams
nThe pearl-skinned redhead went with the evening's navy theme (Jon Hamm even wore a navy tuxedo!) with this flattering Marchesa, which featured head-turning ruffles with laser-cut detailing.
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BEST: Emma Stone
nA luminous counterpoint to all the evenings frills and sparkle, a newly-blond Emma Stone took the t-shirt dress to a new level with this minimalist coral dress by Calvin Klein.
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WORST: Natalie Portman
nOf all the predictions made by fashion insiders over the past few weeks, no one expected Portman to eschew brands like Dior and Rodarte for Victor & Rolf -- especially when the dress involved pink satin and an oddly-placed sparkly rose embellishment.
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WORST: Michelle Williams
nWilliams, like Portman, was one of the actresses fashion fans had pinned their hopes upon, but this cheesy Daisy print -- even if it was Valentino -- was a huge miss.
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WORST: Tilda Swinton
nConsidering the spectacular outfit she wore in "I Am Love," it seemed almost unfair to see Swinton in this rather unflattering Jil Sander look, even it was a refreshing respite from all the mermaid trains.
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WORST: Scarlett Johanssen
nThe frumpy nude dress was nowhere as bad as the actresses Bride of Frankenstein hairstyle.
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WORST: Jennifer Lopez
nThe simple white dress underneath might have played well, but the sparkling-sheer wrap covering this Zuhair Murad dress gave the star an unfortunate mother-of-the-bride look.
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WORST: Jennifer Love Hewitt
nThe actress's white Romona Keveza made attempts at Marchesa-like glamour, but seemed to suffer from an excess of folded silk. And Love's undo felt more "prom" than "red carpet."
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WORST: Helena Bonham Carter
nAt this point, it almost seems unfair to put Carter on the worst-dressed side of the coin, since she's really in a wonderfully eccentric category all her own. That said, mismatched shoes on a red carpet -- especially when paired with a complex Vivienne Westwood dress -- is usually poor form.
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WORST: Christina Aguilera
nThe stars of "True Grit" did not wear Western gear to the red carpet, and Aguilera should not have worn a lacy, "Burlesque"-inspired gown to the Golden Globes. Especially one this unflattering.
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WORST: January Jones
nOn the runway, rendered in blue, this Versace dress had fringe-y sex appeal, but in fire-engine red on Jones, this dress fell just on the far side of risque.
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WORST: Halle Berry
nThe ageless actress rocked some seriously glamorous smoky eyes and a punky, short 'do, but her Nina Ricci dress looked like underpinning that was missing an actual dress.
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