Golden Globes: Fire and ice

The red-carpet at Sunday’s Golden Globe awards shines with Hollywood A-listers in breathtaking outfits.

News Desk January 14, 2013
Actor Amanda Seyfried was spotted in a gorgeous white gown by Givenchy.

The red-carpet at Sunday’s Golden Globe awards saw Hollywood A-listers in breathtaking outfits. Here’s a round-up of the best dressed!

Anne Hathaway

Actor and winner of the Golden Globe for best supporting actor, Anne Hathaway looked glamorous in a white creation by Chanel. The strapless two piece outfit gave Anne the curves she needs, and the pink pout is lovely.

Amanda Seyfried

Actor Amanda was spotted in a gorgeous white gown by Givenchy. She looked like a porcelain doll and went with soft waves for her blonde tresses, with barely there make-up.

Heidi Klum

Mummy Heidi Klum looked so yummy in her stunning jewel encrusted Alexander Vauthier dress. The perfect accessories, side swept hair, sexy high heels and the thigh high slit had us drooling.

Jennifer Garner

This diva arrived in a red beaded strapless dress by Vivenne Westwood. The sweetheart neckline and gold accessories perfectly complimented her peaches and cream complexion.

Jennifer Lawrence

The Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence arrived in a hot Dior couture dress. Her smoldering eye make-up and up-do were the talk of the evening.

Jennifer Lopez

The gorgeous singer J Lo arrived in an elaborate lace gown by Zuhair Murad. The side swept wavy hair was popular on the red carpet, and J Lo carried it off with style.

Kate Hudson

Kate looked as sexy as ever in a black and gold Alexander McQueen dress with a bold peeping cut at the neckline. The combination has never looked better!

Megan Fox

Actor Megan Fox arrived wearing a stunning figure hugging blush Dolce and Gabbana gown with dangling pink earrings.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 15th, 2013.

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