Cape Fierce

JLO's Zuhair Murad cape at the Golden Globes proves once and for all that this superwoman style is a winner! Here are the chicest capes on the carpet of all time.

Celia L. Smith Jan, 12, 2015

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JLO twinkled in Zuhair Murad at the Golden Globes, making it a night to remember.

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Lupita stole the show at last year’s Golden Globes in this epic crimson cape number by Ralph Lauren.

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Richie rocked this all-white Tadshi Shoji look at the Baby2Baby gala, looking far from matronly.

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This Stephan Rolland Gone With The Wind Haute Couture style had us swooning at The Great Gatsby premiere.

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The mother of fashion, Diana Ross, has still got it and this dramatic ruffled, feather ensemble at the 2014 AMA’s proves it.

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The only way Naomi Campbell brings the drama now are in Zac Posen looks like these that slay the carpet.

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We loved that Janelle Monae mixed up her uniform with this breathtaking Tadashi Shoji cape that complemented the red carpet.

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Solo is statuesque in a look similar to her wedding gown, however, this beauty is by Rubin Singer.

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The King of capes couldn’t be left in the dark. This regular cap wearer donned a hue fit for royalty at the 2011 MET gala.

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Jada sauntered onto the carpet in salmon pink Versace with a trail of chiffon following behind her.

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Camila melted our hearts in this carnation-colored Gabriela Cadena gown with an effortless side-shoulder drape.

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Gwyneth Paltrow took home the best dressed award when she arrived in one of the top looks to ever hit the carpet, Tom Ford.


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