Which Leading Lady was the Globes'
January 17, 2006
Daring designer duds dazzled the red carpet runway Monday
night -- from Maria Bello in Elie Saab to Kate Beckinsale
in vintage Christian Dior. Eva Longoria chose a sizzling
Grecian-inspired Bob Mackie gown, and beauty Charlize
Theron dared to go there in a black sheer number by
Scarlett Johansson started a scarlet fever, along with
Laura Linney and Geena Davis. Meanwhile, Sarah Jessica
Parker, Hilary Swank and Renée Zellweger dazzled in
White also won the night. Keira Knightly, who looked
stunning in her white Valentino, told us, "I had
a black option and a white option, and I couldn't really
walk in the black one, so I picked this one."
Kate Beckinsale joined the white bandwagon in vintage
Dior and elegant emerald earrings, and mommy-to-be Gwyneth
Paltrow donned a cream Balenciaga that was designed
around her new baby bump.
The red carpet was also fired up with a rainbow of colors.
Bombshell Jessica Alba became an instant new style queen
in her cobalt blue Versace.
Gorgeous George was also one cool customer, as well
as the embodiment of movie star style in his Armani
But who nabbed the honors of Best Dressed? A clue: she
was wearing Valentino.
Rather, they were wearing Valentino… It was a tie for
the First Lady of Fashion honor!
The male critics picked "Match Point" nominee
Scarlett Johansson, who didn't shy away from color in
a red scoop-neck Valentino dress. The fiery dress was
complimented with feminine ruffles on the straps and
down the back.
The female critics chose another up-and-coming star
as Best Dressed: "Pride and Prejudice" nominee
Keira Knightley. The young starlet epitomized royalty
in a simple and elegant Valentino, with a rope-like
Congrats, ladies! This year's Golden Globe fashionistas
prove once again that Hollywood knows how to make an