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Golden Globes 2014: Remember the fashion with our red carpet recap -- VIDEO

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Every awards show needs a star-studded red carpet to kick off the event, and the Golden Globes might have the most magnificent red carpet, since it combines the biggest stars from movies and television. Before the beautiful people took their seats, ordered their drinks, and started socializing, they walked the carpet to show off their beautiful gowns and their even more beautiful dates. There were fashion hits — Lupita Nyong’o, Cate Blanchett — fashion misses — Jennifer Lawrence — and adorable couples. (We’re looking at you, Robin Wright and Ben Foster!)

Relive the Golden Globes red carpet experience with our two-minute video below:

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Golden Globes: Who was the best dressed mommy-to-be? -- POLL

One of the hottest accessories at last night’s Golden Globes? A baby bump.

Enceinte stars Kerry Washington and Olivia Wilde were two of the best dressed mommies-to-be.

Washington draped her new curves in a custom pale green Balenciaga dress with draped detail, accessorizing with Fred Leighton jewelry and Casadei sandals. Olivia Wilde went for a sexier look in a green sequined gown from Gucci Premiere and Forevermark diamonds.

Who was the best dressed mommy-to-be? Cast your vote in the poll below. READ FULL STORY

Who had the wildest facial hair at the Golden Globes? -- POLL

While it’s safe to assume that many of the female stars at tonight’s Golden Globes had every stray hair waxed or plucked before setting foot on the red carpet, the guys were obviously comfortable with letting it all grow out.

But in a sea of goatees — Leonardo DiCaprio, Channing Tatum, Don Cheadle, U2′s The Edge — four men stood out thanks to their crazy beards.

“I waxed my entire body,” Jared Leto told the audience when he accepted the Globe for his performance in Dallas Buyers’ Club. “I’m just lucky it wasn’t a period piece so I didn’t have to do full Brazilian.” So Leto gets a pass for growing out his beard — not to mention his man bun updo — but what were the stories behind the untamed facial hairstyles sported by Joaquin Phoenix, Michael Fassbender, and Adam Scott?

Who knows, but let’s decide who had the wildest whiskers. Cast your vote in the poll below. READ FULL STORY

Who will be the best dressed movie actress at the Golden Globes? POLL

EW’s Anthony Breznican has shared his predictions for the Golden Globes movie categories, but who will win the red carpet?

To narrow down the field I chose five of the most consistently stylish nominees, but I always love a good fashion upset.

Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle) is the face of the Miss Dior handbag line, so it’s safe to assume that, even though her Dior gown tripped her up at last year’s Oscars, the best supporting actress nominee will wear a gown from the French fashion label. Cate Blanchett’s (Blue Jasmine) style, like her acting, is unparalleled — who else could pull off a pagoda-shouldered, red lacquer sequined dress? — so I’ve got high expectations for the best actress contender. No one does red carpet romantic better than best actress nominee Amy Adams (American Hustle), thanks in part to designer pals like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera. In just a few short months, Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a Slave) has earned as much attention for her style as she has for her breakout role, which earned the newcomer a nod in the best supporting actress category. Technically, Sandra Bullock (Gravity) is a red carpet veteran, but best actress nominee could teach the up-and-comers a thing or two about getting dressed for the red carpet.

Who will be the best dressed movie actress at the Golden Globes? Cast your vote after the jump. Did I leave someone off the shortlist? Head down to the comments to submit your write-in vote. READ FULL STORY

Johnny Knoxville's 'Bad Grandpa' could win an Oscar

UPDATE (Jan. 16, 2014): Steve Prouty nominated for an Academy Award in Best Makeup and Hairstyling

ORIGINAL POST: Most Hollywood makeup artists breathe easier knowing that flaws in their work won’t be obvious to the audience thanks to elements like camera lenses and lighting — plus, any manner of sins can be corrected in post. The Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa crew didn’t have that luxury. Instead, they had to turn 40-something Johnny Knoxville into an 86-year-old man by creating a makeup that looked believable in real life to people who would be just inches away from the actor’s face.

Faced with a nearly 10-month long shoot, three-plus hour daily makeup sessions, and the ever-present possibility that Knoxville would do something like throw himself through a glass window, lead makeup special effects artist Steve Prouty knew he had his work cut out for him. And boy, did his work pay off.

Not only did Knoxville make a convincing octogenarian, now Prouty and his team are in contention for an Oscar.

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In stores now: Retro-futuristic clothes inspired by Spike Jonze's 'Her'

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Much to the chagrin of at least one editor at EW who shall remain unnamed, those high-waisted pants that Joaquin Phoenix’s character Theodore sports in Her have most definitely become a thing outside of the contained world of Spike Jonze’s futuristic love story.

Not only are they one of the most talked about pieces of clothing in film this year, now audiences can buy a pair of Her inspired trousers — which were themselves inspired by Theodore Roosevelt’s riding britches — thanks to a collaboration between costume designer Casey Storm and hipster fashion label Opening Ceremony.

And why not? They’re striking in their normalcy.

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Kristen Stewart poses topless, smiles in behind-the-scenes video of perfume ad shoot

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Kristen Stewart continues to carry out her duties as the face of Balenciaga’s fragrance line with a new ad campaign for the fashion label’s second scent.

A new behind-the-scenes video shows the actress — topless and adorned with flowering vines — posing with an over-sized bottle of Rosabotanica. The perfume includes notes of pink pepper, cardamom, white amber, cedar wood, and patchouli, which combine to “cloak you in a gorgeous garden of fragrance.”

“It’s like she knows the environment so well, that when the lens steps in to take a look at her it’s like, ‘I’ve been here in my own world for so long, now who’s looking at me?’” Stewart says of the character she plays in Balenciaga’s scent “story.”

In January 2012, Stewart was tapped as the face of Balenciaga’s Florabotanica perfume. Just last month, she struck another lucrative fashion deal when she signed on to star in the campaign for Chanel’s Métiers d’Art Paris-Dallas 2013-2014 collection.

Watch the behind-the-scenes video of Stewart’s Rosabotanica shoot after the jump. READ FULL STORY

Trendy or Trashy? Major cleavage at the People's Choice Awards -- POLL

Holy cleavage Hollywood! A few stars were busting out of their dresses at last night’s People’s Choice Awards.

Have we witnessed the birth of 2014′s biggest red carpet trend? If so, the double-stick tape industry had better brace itself.

Heidi Klum, Malin Akerman, and Jessica Alba were three of the biggest stars to show off their assets, but were their bosom-baring looks fashion-forward or flasher freaky? Click on to cast your vote. READ FULL STORY

Drew Barrymore on her new fashion gig, motherhood, and reteaming with Adam Sandler -- EXCLUSIVE

Multi-hyphenate Drew Barrymore — actor, producer, winemaker, beauty mogul — can add fashion editor to her resume. Barrymore has signed on as editor at large for lifestyle website Refinery 29 and her first post goes live later this morning.

“My friends and I love sites like Refinery. I’m so excited about the fun of being a contributor,” Barrymore — who will write lifestyle-focused posts covering topics like entertainment, food, motherhood, and wellness — told EW. “I love getting information and getting direction in life. I also love giving it, but I just didn’t have a venue [to share].” Barrymore will work closely with Refinery 29 editor in chief Christene Barberich to develop content for her ongoing monthly column.

Read on for an exclusive Q&A with Barrymore and an excerpt from her debut post — on why she finally learned how to cook and her recipe for the perfect breakfast sandwich — for Refinery 29.

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'Catching Fire,' 'Breaking Bad' among nominees for 16th Costume Designers Guild Awards

The Costume Designers Guild has announced the nominees for the 16th annual CDG Awards, which celebrates the year’s best in film, television and commercial costume design.

Included on the list are several costume designers who are likely to receive Oscar nominations next week, including Michael Wilkinson (American Hustle), Patricia Norris (12 Years a Slave), Catherine Martin (The Great Gatsby), and Trish Summerville (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire).

Among the nominees in the TV categories are Gabriella Pescucci (The Borgias) and Ellen Mirojnick (Behind the Candelabra), who both won costume design Emmys last September. During the ceremony, set for February 22 in L.A., Judd Apatow will receive the Distinguished Collaborator Award and costume designer April Ferry will receive the 2014 Career Achievement Award.

See the full list of nominees after the jump. READ FULL STORY

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