From Felic­ity Jones to An­gela Bas­sett, pink won the night

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - TREND - By ASSOCIATED PRESS

The pinks had it last Sun­day on the Golden Globes red car­pet, from Ryan Michelle Bathe on the arm of hubby Ster­ling K. Brown to a stun­ning Lily Collins in princessy Zuhair Mu­rad, hair up in a loose, dra­matic bun.

Collins’ cou­ture gown was a light shade with a flo­ral de­sign. She went with her first choice to go with Harry Win­ston jew­els.

“I love this color. It’s fun, it’s fresh, it’s great,” Collins told E! Entertainment from Bev­erly Hills, Cal­i­for­nia.

Bathe shim­mered in a pink David Meis­ter dress next to her man, who was dressed in a blue tuxedo, as was his “This is Us” dad, played by Milo Ven­timiglia. Dad wore Ralph Lau­ren.

An­gela Bas­sett, ac­com­pa­nied by hus­band Courtney B. Vance, went for a deeper, red­dish shade of pink in an off-the-shoul­der look, while Kar­rueche Tran popped in a neon pink Dolce & Gab­bana strap­less gown that threat­ened to swal­low her whole, tight top knot and all.

Do­ing frothy, FROTHY pink was pre­sen­ter Car­rie Un­der­wood. It was full-on in the sticky-outy flo­ral em­bel­lish­ment depart­ment on the front, split in mid­dle with cutouts at the waist and barely a back.

Pre­sen­ter Felic­ity Jones was in busy, busy pink, courtesy of Gucci. It came with a not-so-good-to­gether shade of nude, in fact, with a black ruf­fle de­sign in beads at the neck and a black bow at the waist.

Zoe Sal­dana also wore Gucci pink paired with scar­let in silk chif­fon. It had an asym­met­ri­cal tiered ruf­fled skirt and blush satin bow. Emma Stone wore Valentino in pale pink with a sil­ver star de­sign.

Those in yel­low were led by “Jackie” queen Natalie Port­man, baby bump draped in a three-quar­ter sleeve dress from Prada with vin­tage Tif­fany jew­elry. Her ma­tronly look had a high waist and her loose hair was back­swept, wor­thy of her 1960s char­ac­ter.

“I’m a sucker for color and this ca­nary di­a­mond num­ber rocked my world,” said Carson Kress­ley, the fash­ion ex­pert who made a name for him­self on Bravo’s “Queer Eye” re­al­ity show.

“The sil­hou­ette con­jures a ‘60s Princess Grace vibe but the jew­elry and hair keep it modern,” he added.

Emily Rata­jkowski was in a whole dif­fer­ent kind of yel­low, a sexy loose gown with sl­its at the leg and neck. Kerry Washington was golden in Dolce & Gab­bana cou­ture with flo­ral em­bel­lish­ment and a touch of crusted sil­ver jew­els. Vi­ola Davis went one-shoul­der in shim­mer­ing le­mon yel­low from Michael Kors.

Hal Ruben­stein, a fash­ion in­sider and de­signer him­self, praised Thandie New­ton for bring­ing new life to clas­sic white with an off-the-shoul- der, long-sleeve Monse gown adorned with a fire de­sign of cop­pery se­quins at the bot­tom.

“I like the in­ge­nu­ity of it,” he said. “Fash­ion should be about new con­cepts and sur­prises.”

Mandy Moore, who plays wife to Ven­timiglia’s Jack on NBC’s “This is Us,” brought the drama with a caped gown with a plung­ing black neck-

Felic­ity Jones ar­rives at the 74th an­nual Golden Globe Awards at the Bev­erly Hil­ton Ho­tel in Bev­erly Hills, Cal­i­for­nia.

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