After months of anticipation, the first big award show has arrived to inaugurate the season. The Golden Globe Award is given to masters of cinema and drama every year for their creative contributions. In parallel, it is always preceded by a star-studded red carpet; peppered with the biggest international designers and the year's hottest upcoming trends. This year, the stars chose to remain awake. Powerful, progressive and politically fluent – many of the night's most memorable looks were nothing less than eloquent statements.
Emma Stone was certainly ahead of the curve. Dressed in a sequined modest number by Louis Vuitton, the actress chose a covered; yet, dazzling look. The long sleeved dress embraced a loose fit as well as a nude color, which flirted with her new hairstyle
Next on the list is Pretty Little Lie's blonde bombshell, Nicole Kidman. Dressed in a picturesque maroon gown by Michael Kors, all eyes were certainly on the Australian beauty. The actress complemented her dress's modest aesthetic and a high neckline with a minimal updo and dangling pair of earrings.
Debra Messing brought glam and drama to the coveted red carpet. Designed by Pamella Roland, her gown had feathers, shimmering sequins and cape sleeves; it is safe to say that it had extravaganza written all over it. It also radiated with sophistication and power given its modest silhouette.
The night witnessed her greatest breakthrough as the first Asian host of a main awards show; furthermore, it went on to also include her second win of a sought-after award. Much like her winning character, Sandra Oh delivered pure power with her fashion choices. By receiving her award she became the first Asian woman in 40 years to win Best Actress in a TV Drama; meanwhile, she also flaunted a white fitted dress with flamboyant long metallic sleeves.