THERE were plenty of ladies in red at the Golden Globes last night.
But nudes and whites also featured heavily on stars such as Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Megan Fox and Jennifer Lopez.
Silver Linings Playbook actress Jennifer Lawrence (22) stole the show in a coral organza gown. The Hunger Games star emphasised her slim waist with a metallic belt in the Dior haute couture gown.
Also choosing Dior was Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard (37) who went for an orange velvet bustier dress with a silver belt as she made her way up the red carpet.
New Girl star Zooey Deschanel (32) hit the right note in a brick red strapless Oscar de la Renta gown.
And Homeland star Claire Danes (33) showed off her enviable post-baby figure in a scarlet halter dress by Versace.
The Impossible actress Naomi Watts (44) wore a long-sleeve, open-back gown by Zac Posen in a deep burgundy colour.
Jessica Alba (31) was glowing in a peach Oscar de la Renta gown. The mum-of-two completed her look with a dramatic diamond necklace and a ruffled clutch.
It appears that a lot of actresses are following Angelina Jolie's infamous leg-bombing pose at last year's Oscars.
Heidi Klum (39) showed off her toned legs in a skintight Elie Saab gown with embellished neckline. Glee star Lea Michele (26) also sizzled in a sequinned white gown with a thigh high slash.
Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria's (37) gothic Emilio Pucci dress was a fashion fail. The petite star showed off too much flesh in this backless, frontless lace gown with a thigh high slit.
Model turned actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (25) also showed off her toned limbs. Her black dress featured a leather belt, high neck line and daring split.
But it was Victoria Secret's model Miranda Kerr who flashed the most flesh. The lingerie model committed a cardinal sin -- showing off too much leg and cleavage in her dangerously revealing plum dress.
Surprisingly, the biggest fashion victim of the night was Halle Berry (46).
The star's one-shouldered patterned Versace dress lacked the class and restraint needed for a red carpet look.