Before the big night at the 2013 Golden Globes, celebs hit the Dom Perignon and W Magazine Golden Globes Party at the Chateau Marmont. The ladies brought their A-game and sported everything from printed jumpsuits to sexy, form-fitting dresses.
Let’s get into the night’s looks!
Revenge actress and style star Ashley Madekwe looked absolutely adorable in a black leather jacket layered over a feather-embellished dress.
All-black was the move for Rachel Zoe in her own $207 Holly Sequin Dolman Top. I love this look! Her hair and makeup took it to the next level.
Miranda Kerr opted for embellishment in a sequin and lace Dolce & Gabbana dress and gold-plated sandals.
Carmen Electra went bright in a long-sleeve zipper detailed dress and nude patent pumps. Hot!
A recently-debuted runway look was Marion Cotillard’s choice in Prabal Gurung Pre-Fall 2013. I would have loved a sleek ponytail and bright lips here, but she gets a high-fashion A+ for effort.
Songstress Lana Del Rey kept it simple in neutrals.
Supermodel Amber Valletta wore a $1,893 Emilio Pucci Silk Chiffon and Wool Silk Twill Dress and black pumps. This dress is so glamorous, but it looks a bit unexciting here…
The supermodels were truly in attendance and Angela Lindvall was quite dressed down in black and white, lace, and brogues.
Fashion royalty was on hand as Giorgio Armani’s niece Roberta Armani gave her neutral look some color with coral lips.
Valentino PR Director Carlos Souza represented for the gentlemen in black and powder blue. Hot!
Most disappointing look of the night goes to the beautiful China Chow who covered up her enviable figure in a larger-than-life floral jacket. She always goes for unique looks, but this is just unfortunate.
Last, but not leas was famed chef Wolfgang Puck and his beautiful wife, Ethiopian-born designer Gelila Assefa. They’re a good looking couple!
Who had your favorite looks at the party?
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