From Chloë Sevigny in Valentino to Christina Hendricks in Christian Siriano, gowns adorned with dramatic ruffles ruled the red carpet at the 2010 Golden Globes. Newcomer Anna Kendrick also shined in a one-shoulder ruffled dress by Marchesa. Watch FabTV correspondent Louise highlight ruffles as the trend to watch during this year's award show season! Like what you see? Watch more FabTV.
The most interesting trend at the 2010 Golden Globe Awards involves shoulders — you know, one of the subtly sexiest parts on a woman. Many actresses stepped onto the red carpet in gowns that had some sort of shoulder flourish. Whether it was rosettes, ruffles, sparkles, or knots, these shoulders commanded attention. Drew Barrymore's nude Versace dress had one of the most killer shoulder details — a beaded sea urchin! Proceed for more shoulder flourishes . . .
Hollywood's been hit with purple fever. A handful of stars opted for regal purple gowns at the 2010 Golden Globe Awards last night. Leona Lewis chose a lavender satin Cavalli number, Sandra Bullock wore a bright purple Bottega Veneta, Fergie chose a Grecian light purple gown by Elie Saab, Jane Krakowski showed up in a one-shoulder J. Mendel dress, and Rose Byrne sported a retro Lanvin. Each has its panache, but who was most Fab?Vote on all of my Golden Globe Awards polls here!
The 2010 Golden Globe Awards delivered major red carpet goodies. Long, short, poufy, fitted — we saw it all. One major trend we noticed was art-inspired gowns. An architectural bodice here, a swirly design there, a high-rise collar, some insane ruffles, you get the gist. Kate Hudson, Diane Kruger, and Zoe Saldana were just some of the ladies who put their best art forward. Enter to see more.