It's that time of year, when our fashion gurus weigh in on awards-season gems and disasters. Here are five red carpet picks from Sunday's fashion fest.
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Hathaway's performance in Les Miserables was so devastating that we all reconsidered the meaning of life, vowed to do more charity work, Googled facts on the French Revolution and pretended to know them. It was not so devastating, however, that we didn't notice she wore a White House Black Market tube top to the Golden Globes.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler
National treasures! And the Golden Globes producers were wise. They knew the general population would be lovelorn and depressed over Poehler's divorce from Will Arnett, so they coupled her with the lovely Tina Fey and put her in a cheeky, sexy, feminine tuxedo. And once again, we all believed in love.
This is what happens when you're 15 and you come downstairs in a mini skirt, and your mom is all, "No daughter of mine is going anywhere in a washcloth!" And then you run back upstairs and tie your sheer curtain valance around your waist and run past Mom like, "Bye, I'll just be at Sally's house."
Look, we all know Lawrence had a really great year, that she is a superb actor who inspired little girls to take archery lessons and question elders who tell them to kill their friends in a wooded field. But isn't it enough for her just to smile with her face? Does her chest need to smile, too?
Dunham looked sophisticated and chic in a deep brown off-the-shoulder number that flattered her body and didn't hide her interesting tattoos. Her character on Girls could get a lot more ladylike respect if she wore this around Brooklyn instead of all those tights and oxford shoes.