The Looks We Loved
January 17, 2005
We know who took home the top awards at Sunday night's
62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, but we've got the winner
you really want to know: Best Dressed.
Marvelous metallic, Grecian goddesses, pastels and fishtail
trains -- there's no doubt the Golden Globe fashion
parade looked more glamorous than ever Sunday night.
The dazzling "Desperate Housewives" certainly
led the way on the red carpet, from Eva Longoria's $700,000
H. Stern emerald earrings to Teri Hatcher's multi-metallic
Donna Karan. "I'm comfortable, that's what's really
shocking," Teri admitted.
Our fashion guru, Glamour Magazine's Editor-in-Chief
Cindy Leive, confirmed, "One of the big winners
tonight was Teri Hatcher, she looked incredible."
The night's top trends included dangly earrings, big
bracelets, bare necks and white or nude-colored dresses.
Of course there were a few exceptions: Jennifer Garner
in a red hot Valentino and Charlize Theron and Nicole
Kidman in midnight blue.
But overall, there weren't a lot of bright colors. Natalie
Portman, Emmy Rossum and Uma Thurman all wore white
and superstars Hilary Swank, RenČe Zellweger and Kate
Hudson sported shades of brown.
Meanwhile, there were pretty pastels for Mariska Hargitay,
Cate Blanchett and "Sideways" star Virginia
Madsen, who admitted, "I feel like Cinderella."
But the real question remains: who was the best dressed
belle of the ball? Leive has her picks. Halle Berry's
Valentino wins "The Dress Most Likely to Be Copied."
"Her dress is going to be knocked off and in every
mall in America, I guarantee you, by the end of next
week," Leive said. "It's just a gorgeous dress
that flattered her curves and is going to look great
on any woman."
But Leive's pick for best dressed belongs to Teri Hatcher:
"Her hair was perfect, perfect jewelry, gorgeous
lavender Donna Karen dress. She just hit every note