Was it Blake, Naomi or Reese that wore their Versace dress best?
Sunday marked the 74th Golden Globes awards in Los Angeles and it was stunning Versace dress after Versace dress on the red carpet. The Italian fashion house has played an important role in Hollywood glamour and has made red carpet history more than a handful of times. This time for the Golden Globes, who do you think wore their Versace dress best?
Blake Lively’s Golden Globes Versace Dress
Blake Lively stepped out in a black Atelier Versace dress with gold sequined detailing and Lorraine Schwartz jewels. As she walked down the red carpet with husband Ryan Reynolds, we couldn’t help but notice her power stance with her hand on her hips. Power stance yes, but also an elegant way to draw attention to the sparkly gold pockets and emerald Lorraine Schwartz bracelets on her wrists.
Blake has the ability to always look flawless in any style. Rumor has it that it took the Italian fashion house over 300 hours to make. The dress’s gold chain-mail detailing along the neck and — unexpectedly — along the pockets, were the most breathtaking part of the gown. For even more drama, the pockets were also encrusted with beautiful Swarovski crystals.
Variety magazine writes, “These pockets should win seven Golden Globes.”
Naomi Campbell’s Golden Globes Versace Dress
Veteran model Naomi Campbell had two gowns for Sunday’s 2017 Golden Globe Awards. Naturally, both dresses were equally impressive and both perfectly complementary, but it was her off the shoulder Versace gown that stole the show.
It was a spiraling dusky pink and black Versace dress. The lilac panels shimmered in the bright lights and the black structured sections sparkled with silver detailing and a train that followed behind her.
Reese Witherspoon’s Golden Globes Versace Dress
Reese Witherspoon wore a striking yellow strapless Versace dress with a thigh-high slit up the front. She accessorized the look with a gold floral jeweled choker necklace and baby pink nails. Flattering and sunny, this Versace dress skews on the simple and old Hollywood side of the spectrum.
Versace Dresses That Made Red Carpet History
Founded in 1978 by the late Gianni Versace in Milan, the fashion label has made many wow statements on the red carpet. Remember that custom made black velvet Atelier Versace dress that caused Angelina Jolie’s right leg to trend across social media during the 2012 Oscars?
Or Jennifer Lopez’s belly baring moment in a plunging sheer palm print Versace dress for the 2000 Grammys.
An lastly, no one can forget Penelope Cruz’s blushing fairy tale moment in Atelier Versace for the 2007 Oscars.
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