The Buzz: Golden Globes 2014 Best Dressed

Cate Blanchett, 2014 Golden GlobesThe 2014 Golden Globe Awards took place last night, in Beverly Hills, California. In what could be described as the homecoming of this awards season, Hollywood welcomed back several major A-listers who’d spent the last few years in hiding. Yes, we’re looking at you, Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford.

Celebrating both film and television, the Golden Globes annually serve as the unofficial kickoff for the entertainment industry’s most glamorous period — as it is followed by the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Grammy’s, and the Academy Awards.

And while we undoubtedly want to see our favorite entertainers celebrated amongst their peers, there is no question that — above all else — it is the fashion most look forward to.

SCO takes a look last night’s biggest style winners.

2014 Golden Globes Best Dressed

Hollywood newcomers Lupita Nyong’o and Margot Robbie stole the red carpet at first glance. Nyong’o — who was nominated for Best Supporting Actress (12 Years a Slave) — amazed onlookers as she graced the carpet in a scarlet-colored Ralph Lauren gown, with a cape that impeccably draped her body. Robbie — the Australian bombshell who plays Leonardo DiCaprio’s wife in The Wolf of Wall Street — sparkled in a white Gucci gown, taking “simple, but sexy” to a refreshing level.

Masters of Sex actress Caitlin Fitzgerald was mesmerizing, in a powder blue Emilia Wickstead dress — from the 2014 Spring collection. However, it was Reese Witherspoon who shut the carpet down in Calvin Klein.

2014 Golden Globes Best Dressed MenBut not to be outdone, were a few of entertainment’s leading men. For music moguls Usher Raymond and Diddy — who both presented the award for Best Original Score — it was suave as usual. Cut and crisp, Raymond flourished in a plum-colored Calvin Klein suit. Leonardo DiCaprio commanded — and got — attention, in black Armani. DiCaprio earned a Golden Globe for his maniacal performance in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street.

The 71st Annual Golden Globes aired live on NBC.

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