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Can you smell that? (No, it’s not our Joie perfume.) It’s the smell of buttery popcorn as we giddily prepare for the 2014 awards season. While we impatiently await this year's Golden Globe Awards (hosted by our girl crushes Amy Poehler and Tina Fey), let’s take a moment to look back on the dresses that walked (and wowed) the red carpet in ceremonies past.
Last year, the Scandal star stole the red carpet with this part-nude, part-sparkly Miu Miu number. Simple without being boring, Washington topped off the look with sleek, unfussy hair. Protect your locks from heated hair tools by prepping it with Kerastase’s Ciment Thermique.
Ms. Stone has never looked as chic as she did in this coral Calvin Klein Collection gown and sophisticated updo. Get her smooth-as-buttah skin with Camille Beckman Body Butter, which softens skin and leaves behind a subtle, floral scent.
Blanchett emanated ethereal glamour in this powder blue Jean Paul Gaultier dress the same year she was nominated for her part in The Aviator. To get her bouncy girls, spritz Number 4’s Non-Aerosol Hairspray to secure your shape and eliminate frizz.
Theron accepted her award for Monster in a dazzlingly feminine Dior gown in pastel yellow. While we love the ruffled dress, we couldn’t get enough of the actress’s spot-on makeup—from her bronzed cheeks to her loose curls. Get her flirty eyes with Laura Mercier’s Illuminating Eye Color in Sun Glow.
Fourteen years later and this beaded Richard Tyler frock still steals the show. SJP accepted her award for Best Actress in a TV Series Musical or Comedy (for her role as Carrie Bradshaw, what else) by charmingly joking, “But I’m not a winner!” Oh Sarah. You’re a winner and so are your lush, loose curls.
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