Maggie Gyllenhaal rocks it in a gorgeous turquoise cheetah print.
Laura Linney sports a stunning Grecian-inspired frock in a citron hue.
Ugly Betty star America Ferrera gets it right in a gorgeous grey frock with intricate pleating and just the right amount of shimmer.
Sandra Bullock’s tiered white gown looks so pretty paired with a tiny turquoise clutch.
Amanda Seyfried is every bit the Grecian goddess (so apropos following Mamma Mia, no?) in a shimmery greyish white gown.
Funny lady Jane Krakowski is so utterly elegant in a white dress with plunging V-neckline — one we’d be dying to wear to our wedding someday, if you must know!
Beyonce’s glittering Lorraine Schwartz bib necklace made her look every part the diva, especially paired with a glamorous updo and shimmering silver gown.
Never one to disappoint on the red carpet, Eva Mendes went for bold color to offset her white gown, choosing a bib necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels in strikingly bright turquoise.
A simple updo and bright red lip looked so gorgeous paired with Christina Applegate’s unbelievably large floral necklace. The yellow stones set against glittering diamonds perfectly matched her strapless yellow dress and tiny clutch.
The sweetheart neckline of Elizabeth Banks’ dress looks so pretty when paired with an oversized necklace and subtly waved locks.
Angelina Jolie doesn’t need Brad Pitt on her arm — though it certainly doesn’t hurt! — because her Atelier Versace gown does all the talking.
A stark contrast to the red gown she wore at last year’s Oscars, Miley’s white gown with gold floral leaf detail is age-appropriate and really, really pretty.
Seriously, does Demi Moore ever leave the house looking anything less than stunning? The intricate neckline, tiered detailing and floor-grazing silhouette just make the actress look unbelievable. And yes, we’re still jealous that she’s with Ashton Kutcher.
A beautiful foil to her rich auburn locks, Isla Fisher’s golden silk gown is one of our favorites with its many layers of intricate silk pleating.
Christina Applegate again! Sporting a gown in Pantone’s color of the year, mimosa, she looked elegant and every bit the Hollywood starlet.
The star of breakout hit Slumdog Millionaire, Frieda Pinto, was simply stunning in a strapless ruffled gown with a drop waist and floor-skimming hem.
Red was the order of the day for Elisabeth Moss, whose tea-length dress was anything but bridesmaid dress-esque. Would you expect anything less for the star of Mad Men?
Another red stunner! Kyra Sedgwick went for a subtly muted cranberry gown by Oscar de la Renta, which just looked so glamorous with its extra-long train.
Miss Golden Globe herself, Rumer Willis, opted for a mulberry strapless gown and minimal jewelry, since the black belt around her tiny waist was accented with tons of glittering sparklers.
While we’re not a fan of Cameron Diaz’s hair (why did she show up looking like it needed a good wash?), we’re definitely loving the fuchsia gown by Chanel Haute Couture. The one shoulder silhouette and subtle gathers held together by buttons and oversized florettes was one of the most innovative on the red carpet.
Eva Longoria showed off her shapely curves in a bright Reem Acra strapless gown, looking every bit the glamorous Hollywood star with the long train flowing out behind her.
Black looks gorgeous set against red locks, so Amy Adams opted for an Oscar de la Renta black gown. It was anything but simple with glittering beading sewn throughout.
Kate Winslet showed why she deserved to win two Golden Globes in a single evening when she showed up wearing this striking Yves Saint Laurent gown and sparkling Chopard jewels.
Coutourier to the stars Elie Saab designed this dress seen on Evan Rachel Wood, a vision with layers of ruffles and a plunging neckline.
A simple wrap silhouette shows off Mindy Kaling’s curves, while glittering details at the shoulders add a little something special.