L to R:Lady Gaga, American Horror Story star and winner of the Golden Globe for best actress in a TV movie or mini series, wore a figure-huggingÂ custom-made Versace number. Emilia Clarke, aka Game of Thrones’Â Mother of Dragons, opted for aÂ Valentino with a gothic feel. Fargo actress and Golden Globe nominee Kirsten Dunst made a bold statement in herÂ jaw-dropping Valentino number.
L to R:Â Model-cum-actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley stunned in aÂ slinky Versace number. French actress Eva Green wore our favourite LebaneseÂ designer Elie Saab. Brie Larson opted for a glitzy Calvin Klein Collection gown.Â
L to R: Ralph Lauren was the designer of choice for best supporting actress winner, Kate Winslet. Julianne Moore opted for midnight blue in sequins thanks toÂ Tom Ford. Actress and Mrs Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan Tatum, turned heads in herÂ Zuhair Murad gown.
L to R: Irish actressÂ Saoirse Ronan embraced her inner Greek goddess in a romantic Saint Laurent gown. Ex Machina star Alicia Vikander wore a simple yet stunning Louis Vuitton numberÂ complete subtle ruffles and pleats. Laverne Cox complemented her Elizabeth Kennedy dress with Lorraine Schwartz jewellery. Â
L to R: Amy Adams offset her fiery locks with a orange-red Versace gown. Dior was the obvious choice for face of Dior Addict make-up, Jennifer Lawrence. Â Natalie Dormer wore a J.Mendel number that we could see her Game of Thrones characterÂ Margaery Tyrell wearing.Â