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Golden Globes 2017 best dressed: Naomie Harris, Amy Adams, Emma Stone, more shine on the red carpet

"Moonlight" actress Naomie Harris arrives for the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison

Sparkles, shine and color ignited the red carpet at the 74th Golden Globe Awards and, phew, the gowns were haute and hot. Naomie Harris was positively moonlit in a custom platinum Armani Prive silk column encrusted with crystals; Amy Adams was drenched in paillettes — ombre black and blood red — by Tom Ford. Ruth Negga was “loving” her silvery, somewhat lunar custom Louis Vuitton. Nicole Kidman’s Alexander McQueen had a sequin spin art vibe and extra-long sleeves. And underscoring the starry night, Emma Stone’s pale pink confection boasted silver stars — very “La La Land.”

On the sunny side: Natalie Portman, very pregnant and pretty in marigold Prada featuring bejeweled sleeves. Emily Ratajkowski slayed in buttery Reem Acra with sexy insets; Reese Witherspoon’s pale yellow Atelier Versace boasted a thigh-high slit, and Kerry Washington glowed in Dolce & Gabbana lace with blingy shoulders. Viola Davis shone bright in canary yellow Michael Kors sequins, and, Priyanka Chopra glittered in Ralph Lauren’s one-of-akind gold number that reportedly required 1,600 hours of hand embroidery.

There were some, er, surprising 3-D moments: Carrie Underwood’s bodice got swallowed by giant, sculptural pink roses; Jessica Biel did a plunging Elie Saab with a full skirt that featured bunches of grapes; and Janelle Monae’s Armani Prive high-low skirt (wacky) was covered in a veil of polka dot paillettes that wiggled when she moved. Hmmmmmm.

Natch, there were tuxes galore, none cuter than on the kids from “Stranger Things,” but surprising on a couple of ladies. Evan Rachel Wood wore custom Altuzarra, in homage she said to Marlene Dietrich and David Bowie. Likewise, Octavia Spencer donned a tux in midnight blue and a 40-carat Lorraine Schwartz emerald ring . . . whoa. But, of course, Pharrell Williams knows how to steal a scene and did so in a Chanel getup from the 2012 Bombay collection that featured a white embroidered jacket, crystal-laden tie, jeweled side sash and, natch, a beanie.

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