Globes Fashion: The Good, Bad, the Really Bad
Celebs don bright colors to support Haiti at dreary ceremony
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 18, 2010 6:40 AM CST
Updated Jan 18, 2010 9:44 AM CST
Cher appeared to be dressed as a pirate in her unfortunate Golden Globes ensemble.   (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
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(Newser) – Other than umbrellas, the most common accessories on the Golden Globes' red carpet were yellow, blue, and red ribbons showing support for Haiti earthquake victims. Many actresses donned vibrantly colored gowns to contrast with the gloomy mood from the tragedy—and the weather. “A lot of people wore color, but they were not flamboyant,” one fashion director tells Reuters.

The Fug Girls, however, were a little more candid: Due to the rain, “anyone who wears feathers will smell like wet animal all night. Thank God the bar is open,” they write in New York. Some of their favorite looks: Neil Patrick Harris, “looking dapper”; Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks, “boobalicious, as usual”; and Emily Blunt, “so charming.” Check them out, along with their less-well-dressed colleagues, in the slideshow.

 

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