2017 Golden Globes: 3 trends that ruled the red carpet

By Stephen Feller

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 8 (UPI) -- Bright colors ruled the red carpet at the Golden Globes. Stars popped in bright yellows and pinks and feminine florals.


Lily Collins, Felicity Jones, Angela Bassett, and Karrueche Tran wore pink. Collins, nominated for best actress in a comedy or movie for Rules Don't Apply, wore a backless, sequined gown with rose appliques that was designed by Zuhair Murad. Rogue One star Jones wore a pink dress by Gucci, with silver and black detail, including a distinctive bow in the center. Tran wore a Dolce & Gabbana halter, while Bassett's dress was designed by Christian Siriano.



Best actress nominee Natalie Portman, best supporting actress nominee Viola Davis and Emily Ratajkowski all wore yellow. Portman, nominated for her work in the Jackie, was wearing a dress by Prada, and Tiffany jewels she said date to 1910. Viola Davis, nominated for Fences, is wearing an off-the-shoulder yellow dress by Michael Kors. While Ratajkowski wore a Reem Acra gown with a plunging neckline and thigh-high cut from the bottom, with a necklace that looked like a tie from the front and covered most of her back in jewels.



Jessica Chastain, Jessica Biel, Olivia Culpo, Renee Bargh, Giuliana Rancic opted for an array of floral patterns on the red carpet. Chastain, nominated for best actress in a drama for Miss Sloane, wore a blue, shoulderless gown by Prada, accented with jeweled flowers down one side. Biel wore an Elie Saab dress with a black top and no neckline that gave way to a high-cut black and white bottom covered in bright flowers. Culpo wore a long gown by Zuhair Murad that crossed over her chest and looked like a painting of all manner of flowers on a black background. Bargh wore a black sheer and flower print dress by Rachel Gilbert. And Rancic, hosting part of E! Network's red carpet pregame for the Golden Globes, wore a champagne-colored, hand-painted floral dress by Rani Zakhem.

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