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The 10 fashion hits & misses of The Golden Globes

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Who made the biggest splash on the Red Carpet at this Sunday's Golden Globes? Well, that would be the maintenance men who had to replace parts of the soggy runway after experiencing a sprinkler malfunction a few hours before the telecast. As for wardrobe malfunctions and fashion splashes, check out this pictorial list of the evening's best and worst in show.

Black & White & Head All Over

Black & White & Head All Over
 2014 Getty Images

Black & White & Head All Over


It looks like Nashville nominee Hayden Panettiere was a victim of the Red Carpet’s sprinkler system with her wet-head opposed to Jennifer Lawrence whose pixie-cut is tops—not to mention her winning dress and performance in American Hustle.

Color me in appropriate

Color me in appropriate
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Color me in appropriate


Donning a magenta train, non-nominee anchor Maria Menounos confuses working the Red Carpet for working at the event as she tries to upstage the evening’s actual stars which apparently include Melissa Rauch, in a matronly yellow form-fitter which made her look older than her age, and Taylor Schilling, whose nightgown-like green garb seemed more at home...at home.

On Stage & On Trend
On Stage & On Trend 2014 Getty Images

On Stage & On Trend

Setting the stage for stunning ensembles were Naomi Watts in silver, Blue Jasmine winner Cate Blanchett in black lace, and Emma Stone in Chanel. Although glittering and gorgeous, even they didn’t outshine Amy Poehler and Tina Fey who were the hostesses with the mostess fashion sense.

Purple Lame
Purple Lame 2014 Getty Images

Purple Lame


Even the colorblind can see Aubrey Plaza’s two-tone bridesmaid dress, JoBeth Williams’s showgirl gown, and Jessica Lange’s casual loungewear clash with Red Carpet elegance.

High & Low Ratings for TV Starlets

High & Low Ratings for TV Starlets
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High & Low Ratings for TV Starlets


Girls nominee Lena Dunham is a miss in her unflattering yellow number but her costar Jemima Kirke is a hit in her creatively carefree creation as is Parks & Recreation’s Rashida Jones, and Golden Globe winner Elisabeth Moss who looks equally winning in her Art Deco-inspired dress.

Seeing Red
Seeing Red 2014 Getty Images

Seeing Red


Among the evening’s worst dressed were Vandalia-native, Nebraska nominee June Squibb and Nurse Jackie's Edie Falco, both of whom looked like they were wrapped up for Christmas rather than Red Carpet-ready, unlike the night’s best dressed Emma Watson. From her swept-back hair to her purple pumps, she was fashion-forward any way you look at it—either coming or going!

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