Golden Globes 2017: All the best fashion looks from this year's awards

Awards season kick-started last night with the Golden Globes with Hollywood royalty coming out in full force to crown the best acting performances in film and television from the past year.

While La La Land dominated the awards, Meryl Streep dominated the speeches with her takedown of the President-elect Donald Trump.

While the awards are often seen as a forecast for the winners of the Academy Awards in February, the outfits worn by the stars signal the red carpet trends we can expect for the rest of the season..

While Emma Stone, Priyanka Chopra and Emily Ratajkowskis traditional glamorous red prom dresses ukturned heads, there were some who shunned the red carpet conventions.

Westworlds Evan Rachel Wood and Hidden Figures Octavia Spencer both rebuffed stereotypes by wearing suits to the ceremony. Wood later explained her outfit choice: I love dresses, Im not trying to protest dresses but I wanted to make sure that young girls and women knew that they arent a requirement”. She later credited David Bowie, who would have turned 70 on Sunday, as fashion inspiration.

From Sarah Jessica Parkers eye-catching Vera Wang red cocktail dressto Donald Glovers burgundy suit, click through the gallery to see the best looks from this years ceremony.

Watch Us Weekly Go Shopping for a Golden Globes Dress

The 2017 Golden Globes are just days away! And of course, Us Weekly will be on the scene. But what would a red carpet moment be without the perfect long prom dresses? That's why we headed to the Bloomingdale's flagship in NYC, where fashion director Brooke Jaffe took our correspondent Christina Garibaldi on a tour of the best dresses. Watch the video to see how it all went down!

Garibaldi took all the trends for a spin, from bright red (a perfect complement to the carpet!) to sheer paneling. But she couldn't resist the allure of the classic, Disney-worthy ball gown. "Every actress and celebrity wants to have that kind of princess moment on the red carpet, so that was the intention," Jaffe tells Stylish. "We've seen actresses, from Olivia Wilde toEmmy Rossum, donning this look on the red carpet. I think it's just sort of a rite of passage."

But in the end, our correspondent went for an entirely different look altogether. (Hint: Can you say sparkles?!) Watch the video above! And tell Us: What do you think of Garibaldi's ultimate choice?

Don't forget to check back in on Globes Sunday, January 8. We'll be reporting on everything, from the red carpet to the ceremony to the afterparties!

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