Fashionistas missed out on the Golden Globe fashions in 2008 when the ceremony was canceled due to the writers’ strike, but the gala returned on Sunday, kicking off the 2009 awards season with high style at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Dashing power couple Jay-Z and Beyoncé were red-carpet ready.
The “Sasha Fierce” singer wore a strapless Elie Saab dress that contoured her body into the perfect hourglass shape.
Taraji P. Henson showed her star quality wearing a black abstract print J Mendel dress that was nicely accessorized with a little bling from H. Stern.
A woman who adores Dior, supermodel Alek Wek arrives at the Globes in a stunning Christian Dior emerald green silk minidress with an embellished wrap.
Rocking the natural beauty look, CoverGirl and actress Joy Bryant attends the InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe Post-Party at the Beverly Hilton hotel wearing a metallic striped sweater dress with a bold statement necklace.
Newest member of the “CSI” drama series Laurence Fishburne arrives at the scene looking oh-so smooth in a playful tie.
Hip-hop mogul Sean “P.Diddy” Combs cleans up nice, sporting a debonair tuxedo.
“Hustle and Flow” actor Terrence Howard meets the gold standard in a classic tux, worn at the HBO after party for the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
Rutina Wesley, star of the HBO series “True Blood”, glows as she arrives to the Golden Globe Awards in a Grecian-inspired gown.
Actresses Garcelle Beauvais and Eva Longoria light up the InStyle party in fiery red ensembles. Scalloped edges and soft frills make these looks a standout.
Blair Underwood lets his tie go undone at the Instyle party. His wife, Desiree DaCosta, glows in a stunning teal dress.
Zoe Saldana didn’t take Golden Globes dressing too seriously. The actress looked flirty in this short white dress with gold trim at the Instyle party.
Lauren Velez looks gorgeous in this flowing black and metallic gown. The “Dexter” star accessorized with an ornate gold chain and a black clutch for the Showtime after party.
Tracy Morgan takes a risk with an off-white tux. The comedian gave one of the funniest acceptance speeches of the night, stealing the mic to accept the award for “30 Rock,” which won best TV musical or comedy. “Tina Fey and I had an agreement that if Barack Obama won, I would speak for the show from now on. Welcome to post-racial America,” he said.