Golden Globe fashions accessorized with goose bumps
Goose bumps were the hot (um, cold) accessory on the red carpet at the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards Sunday, where temps were in the 50s -- downright arctic for Hollywood types showing up at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
"It's freezing out here," said Debra Messing, wearing a Donna Karan black strapless.
Strolling together: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, co-hosts of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association trophy-fest -- and nominees (in the same category). Of the two, red carpet-wise, Poehler's the pro. She's known for ditching her on-screen yuk-yuk shtick in favor of serene awards show looks -- like this evening's plunging Stella McCartney tux. But Fey also looked terrific -- in a L'Wren Scott dress and sultry Rita Hayworth hair -- past that awkward phase of a few seasons back when her track record was more hit or miss (granted, her hoop-skirty number at 2010's Globes looked rather Mary Todd Lincoln before Sally Field did).
Speaking of "Molly," Field looked radiant in navy chiffon Alberta Ferretti. And more like herself -- it took her a year to lose the 25 pounds she gained to play the chubby-cheeked first lady in "Lincoln."
Color was all over the place, from Amy Adams (in "ballet pink" Marchesa) to Julianne Moore (black and white Tom Ford), Lucy Liu (floral Carolina Herrera), Anne Hathaway (glittery white Chanel) and the ladies in red -- Claire Danes, one-month-post-baby (in fiery Versace), Zooey Deschanel (Oscar de la Renta), Marion Cotillard (diagonal-hemmed Christian Dior) and Naomi Watts (brick, backless Zac Posen).
Now . . . some words of advice:
Aziz Ansari -- Really? Can't remember your tux's label? It's Christian, not "Kevin," Dior.
Jessica Chastain -- saggy isn't sexy, even if it's Calvin Klein.
And Jennifer Lawrence -- your torpedo-topped Dior Haute Couture was love it/hate it in the Twitterverse. But the glowy Dior Beauty makeup? Flawless.