Golden Globes: Best/Worst Style of '00s
Reese Witherspoon in 2007
The canary yellow Nina Ricci, the red-hot heels, the crisp new haircut: It all added up to a look that was simply sublime.
Nicole Kidman in 2005
In this plumage-accented teal Gucci, the gorgeous star had every reason to feel proud as a peacock.
Kate Hudson in 2002
The usually boho-chic star showed off her glam side (and her sternum) in a dazzling Versace.
Scarlett Johansson in 2006
While her walk down the red carpet would make news for other reasons, we remember the Valentino's perfect fit and arresting color.
Charlize Theron in 2004
Between her soft curls and the delicate ruffles of her lemon yellow Dior, the Monster star was pure fairytale romance.
Sienna Miller in 2007
The British actress played the role of Grecian goddess for the night in a metallic-printed Marchesa and a coil of braids.
Jennifer Aniston in 2004
While black doesn't often make for the most memorable red-carpet looks, there was no forgetting this Friend buckled into her vintage Valentino.
Freida Pinto in 2009
The Slumdog Millionaire star put herself on the fashion map in this fabulously mustard-hued Christian Lacroix.
Sarah Jessica Parker in 2000
This champagne Richard Tyler gown was the first perfect look to kick off a decade of stellar style for the Sex and the City star.
Jennifer Hudson in 2007
Cap sleeves and a twist-front made for one winning silhouette for this Dreamgirl.
BEST REPEAT PERFORMANCE
Stars often make return appearances at the Globes — but dresses, not so much...except when Reese Witherspoon unknowingly recycled a flirty Chanel number three years after Kirsten Dunst first wore it to the awards in 2003.
Lara Flynn Boyle in 2003
The Practice star certainly was a tiny dancer in this straight-from-Swan-Lake getup.
Cameron Diaz in 2007
It would be hard to make the former model-turned-actress look bad...but this wedding cake dress and too-dark tresses manage to do the job.
Courtney Love in 2000
The Hole singer's dress was ripped to shreds — even before fashion critics had their turn.
Gwyneth Paltrow in 2000
This look would be (barely) acceptable for hitting a club. But for a major awards ceremony? It's a dressed-down disaster.
Sharon Stone in 2003
The harem skirt alone would have been enough to make this a worst, but by accessorizing it with cutout boots and those necklaces, Stone gave us a fashion flub for the ages.