2011 Critics’ Choice Awards: Must-See Red Carpet Looks

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The red carpet fashion at the 2011 Critics’ Choice Awards on Friday night featured a pop of winter whites. Best Actress winner Natalie Portman wore a single-strap white Gianfranco Ferré gown with a black band at the top, and paired it with Fred Leighton jewelry, Stella McCartney shoes and a Christian Dior clutch. Michelle Williams also chose white, her variation being a Balenciaga dress with embroidered floral details. She finished the look with Salvatore Ferragamo shoes and Neil Lane jewelry. Click through the gallery to see all the looks from the 2011 Critics’ Choice Awards.

The Golden Globes Go Green!

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Shades of green paraded down the Golden Globes red carpet, making it one of the top trends of the evening. “I feel green looks great on many different people, it truly illuminates who you are,” stylist Estee Stanley—who dressed Mad Men‘s Elisabeth Moss in a hunter green gown by Donna Karan—told InStyle exclusively. “Last year, there were few jewel tones. So this year they came back with a vengeance.” Indeed they did: Catherine Zeta-Jones wore a strapless forest green Monique Lhuillier dress; Mila Kunis chose an emerald one-shoulder Vera Wang look; and Angelina Jolie shined a long-sleeved glittering green Versace gown encrusted with Swarovski crystals. How do you like to wear green? Tell us in the comments!

MORE! Check out the full Golden Globes red-carpet trend report.

Mila Kunis's Golden Globes Dress Was Made in Four Days

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Mila Kunis didn’t pick a dress off the runway or off the rack for her Golden Globes appearance, where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress. It was all custom. “This dress came as a sketch,” the Black Swan actress told us at the Critics Choice Awards in Los Angeles, where she was dressed in a black Nini Ricci look. “We had tried on other dresses. Then, this sketch came in and we thought the sketch was beautiful. In four days, this person made the dress, and whipped it up!” Kunis’s custom creation turned out to be an emerald green one-shoulder gown by Vera Wang (shown). How speedy Wang was in creating her beautiful look!

Sharon Clott, with reporting by Lindzi Scharf

Golden Globes 2011: Meet the Stylish Newcomers

[tiImage width=”300″ height=”400″ url=”http://img2.timeinc.net/instyle/images/2011/wrn/010711-dresses-lead-400.jpg” credit=”Getty Images” align=”left” border=”1″ alt=””] Meet the class of 2011! Five young nominees will follow in the footsteps of last year’s spotlight-stealers, Lea Michele and Anna Kendrick, to make their Golden Globes debut. What will they wear? Black Swan star Mila Kunis favors sophisticated draped gowns from tried-and-true designers, while Hollywood up-and-comer Jennifer Lawrence may choose a look from an equally fresh talent. “She’s sort of strong-willed and young,” the 20-year-old’s stylist Elizabeth Stewart told the New York Times. “I think she would want to support a young designer.” Click through for more looks from this year’s Golden Globes debutantes!

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Mila Kunis’s $7,000 Golden Globes Facial

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With Mila Kunis up for her first Best Supporting Actress nod at the Golden Globes this Sunday, all that excitement could get to a girl’s skin! No fear—Kunis’s esthetician, Scott-Vincent Borba (inset) has it under control. One of the ways he’s preparing Kunis is by testing his new, not-yet-available $7,000 facial named the HD Diamond and Ruby Peel on the Black Swan star. “I always do [this on] her skin, neck, décolleté, arms, and the back of her hands—anything that will be possibly showing with her dress,” Borba told InStyle. Continue reading

2011 Golden Globe Nominations Announced

[tiImage width=”300″ height=”450″ url=”http://img2.timeinc.net/instyle/images/2010/wrn/121410-gg-lead-300.jpg” credit=”Getty Images” align=”right” border=”1″ alt=””]Josh Duhamel, Katie Holmes and Blair Underwood convened in Beverly Hills early this morning to announce the 68th Annual Golden Globe nominations, and so many of our favorite stylish women received nods! While it’ll be the first time at the Globes for some nominees—Jennifer Lawrence (nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama for Winter’s Bone) and Mila Kunis (Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for Black Swan)—many have been to the Globes before, like Anne Hathaway, Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams and Nicole Kidman, so we can’t wait to see what they will wear to the big event on January 16th. In the meantime, check out their previous Golden Globes gowns in the gallery.

MORE:
• Check out InStyle‘s Golden Globes Central.
• See the costumes from Black Swan.
• Check out the complete list of Golden Globe nominations here.

Mila Kunis & Natalie Portman's Black Swan Premiere Style

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MORE! Find out how Natalie trained for Black Swan.

View Natalie’s Black Swan Rodarte-designed costumes.