Who shone in the most stylish gowns on Globes night? See our pick of the very best dressed stars
Not only did Cate Blanchett win big in the awards stakes last year, taking home a gong for Blue Jasmine, but the actress also impressed on the red carpet. The Armani Prive couture gown suited her statuesque frame and the delicate lace detail of this dress made it an unforgettable ensemble.
Flying the British flag for stylish actresses was Michelle Dockery who chose an exquisite Oscar de la Renta high-low hem gown. The stunning metallic embroidery caught the camera flashes brilliantly and the structure of this gown gave Michelle a doll-like quality.
Ever the red carpet success story, our very own Dame Helen Mirren struck the right chord in a striking spring-like design by Jenny Packham with the most beautiful intricate beading. Her svelte physique, hair in waves and simple box clutch accessory all added up to a winning look.
Although Naomi attended the Globes to support her husband Liev, she still succeeded in shining in a fluid gold Tom Ford gown. A built-in chain neckline toughened up this style wonderfully and Naomi needed little in the way of accessories, as the dress did the talking.
A high halterneck with floral embellishment isn't a style everyone can pull off but Mila Kunis succeeded in showing off this Gucci Premiere gown to its very best. The cascading metallic detailing fell away to a simple draped skirt and Mila was wise to choose an updo hairstyle to help elongate her whole frame.
A newcomer to the red carpet but quick to make the best dressed was 12 Years A Slave actress Lupita Nyong'o, who was daring in a bold red cape gown. The dramatic cut meant Lupita could keep accessories to a minimum.
She's made her name in Netflix drama House of Cards and now Kate Mara has made quite the impression on the red carpet too. In a striking J Mendal gown which gathered at the naval, Kate's smokey eye make-up and undone updo completed a knockout look.
Glowing Drew Barrymore embraced her growing pregnancy bump at the Golden Globes and what better way to do it than with a riot of colour from her Monique Lhuillier gown. The delicate tulle and confetti of red, pink and white was the perfect choice.
Ethereal in an Oscar de la Renta gown with a delicate beaded bodice overlay, Zooey Deschanel stood out from the red carpet with an offbeat, unique style that the actress has become known for. The bold lip and daisy effect manicure proved her sense of personal style permeated every part of Zooey's look.
Another baby bump made this year's best dressed collection - this time it was Olivia Wilde in the spotlight in an emerald green Gucci Premiere column gown. Long-sleeved dresses can be tricky to pull off, especially in a sea of strapless frocks, but Olivia appeared stylish and sleek.