15 Golden Globes Gowns That We're Still Drooling Over (PHOTOS)

15 Golden Globes Gowns That We're Still Drooling Over (PHOTOS)

charlize theronEverybody knows the Golden Globes aren't really about winning awards -- they're about winning the red carpet! As we count down to one of the biggest fashion events in Hollywood, it's worth revisiting some of the most memorable looks from the Globes in recent years. These amazing designs deserve to be remembered!

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  • Angelina Jolie, 2011

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    Angelina Jolie was elegance personified in floor-length Versace -- the exquisite jade hue made her gorgeous eyes stand out even more than usual!

  • Claire Danes, 2013

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    Talk about bouncing back after baby: Claire Danes stunned in this scarlet Versace gown just one month after giving birth

  • Kate Hudson, 2013

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    No need for jewelry with this spangled Alexander McQueen number, which made Kate Hudson sparkle in the most sleek, slinky way imaginable.

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  • Jennifer Lawrence, 2013

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    As she is the face of Dior, it only made sense that J. Law would choose this Dior Haute Couture ball gown -- particularly because its slightly modern but thoroughly retro vibe suited her personality so well! (And she didn't even trip and fall that night!)

  • Anne Hathaway, 2011

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    Proving you can be super sexy while completely covered up, Anne Hathaway's Armani Privé dress at the 2011 Globes was the definition of sultry.

  • Natalie Portman, 2012

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    The year after she took home the Best Actress statue for Black Swan, Natalie Portman wore this dramatic Lanvin as a presenter. Talk about "hot" pink!

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  • Octavia Spencer, 2012

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    Octavia Spencer was a vision in Tadashi Shoji when she won Best Supporting Actress for her role as Minny in The Help. Love that lavender!

  • Sofia Vergara, 2014

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    The Modern Family star never fails to bring major old-school Hollywood glamour to the red carpet, so this elegant Zac Posen gown was classic Vergara!

  • Lupita Nyong'o, 2015

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    Always an original, the 12 Years a Slave star turned heads in this Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown. The detailed dress might have overwhelmed a lesser beauty, but Nyong'o had no trouble pulling it off!

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  • Allison Williams, 2015

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    Allison Williams managed to make a Peter Pan costume look good, so of course she looked over-the-top amazing in this tiered Armani Prive gown!

  • Jennifer Lopez, 2013

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    Nobody knows how to make red carpet history quite like Jennifer Lopez, and this sheer Zuhair Murad dress was definitely one for the record books.

  • Mila Kunis, 2014

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    With her hair pulled back and a sultry, smoky eye, Mila Kunis was both graceful and glittery in this gray Gucci gown.

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  • Charlize Theron, 2012

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    Nominated for her role in Young Adult, Charlize Theron didn't win a Globe (that year), but she did win plenty of praise for this Dior dress!

  • Emma Stone, 2015

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    Who would wear a jumpsuit on the red carpet? Emma Stone, of course -- and we're so glad she did, because this Lanvin ensemble was a showstopper!

  • January Jones, 2011

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    Not many people could dare to wear a gown as revealing as this Versace, but January Jones was utter perfection!

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