The riskiest Golden Globes looks ever
Sarah Michelle Gellar, 2012
With help from her 2-year-old daughter, Charlotte, Sarah Michelle Gellar wore a ruffled cobalt and white Monique Lhuillier gown and Jimmy Choo stilettos. "I put out all the choices and I let my daughter pick all of it, Geller said of her look. She added glittering Bulgari bangles and gem drop earrings.
Meryl Streep, 2012
Winning the award for Best Actress, Meryl Streep arrived at the ceremony in a cinched, floor-grazing black shirtdress with pale pink lace detailing by Alessandra Rich. The Iron Lady star accepted her eighth Golden Globe wearing a 19th-century diamond cluster ring from Fred Leighton.
Sarah Jessica Parker, 2003
We can always count on SJP to try something new! The Sex and the City nominee eschewed a more traditional gown in favor of a noir Jurgen Simonsen corset and matching trousers from Dior Homme by Hedi Slimane.
Lara Flynn Boyle, 2003
Lara Flynn Boyle danced onto the red carpet in a custom ballerina-inspired number by L.A. designer David Cardona. "I figured I'm either a prima ballerina or a prima donna—either one," joked the actress. "I love dressing up. And this is a party—there doesn't have to be so much seriousness! Look at the shoes!"
Julia Roberts, 1990
Up-and-comer Julia Roberts flipped the script for her Steel Magnolias Globes win. After browsing the Giorgio Armani atelier with then-beau Kiefer Sutherland, she opted for an oversize men's suit. According to employees of the designer, Roberts was determined to have an outfit as comfortable as her boyfriend's.
January Jones, 2011
Wow! Not only did January Jones select her skin-baring Versace gown herself, she also chose the sultry hue. "I had seen the dress at the runway show in another color and I got it in red," she said of her look, which featured fringe strands from top to bottom.
Heidi Klum, 2011
Model mogul Heidi Klum looked ahead to sunnier days when choosing a look for the January ceremony. "I'm so excited that the summer's coming," Klum said of the inspiration for her Marc Jacobs print dress. "I wanted something summery and happy.”
Cameron Diaz, 1999
Cameron Diaz selected a kimono-inspired wrap and wide-leg trousers from It brand Chloe. Tousled hair and piles of funky jewelry complemented the idiosyncratic choice.