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Golden Globe Awards: Fab's Top Three

Golden Globe Awards: Fab's Top Three


We're still recovering from last night's Golden Globe whirlwind, but we have decided on our top three of the evening. These are the ladies we keep going back to. It's a pretty close race in terms of your best dressed of the night. Our number one — Eva Mendes in Christian Dior — is among the close contenders. But for us, it's unanimous.

Eva rocked this strapless white sculptured Dior gown. It's a fresh silhouette, and color, for the red carpet and for that I am thankful. On stage it was dramatic and moved with grace. She's a fan of sexy up dos and her side swept bangs let her gorgeous face work its magic. She could have stopped at the dress, but she didn't. Yes! Her neck was zealous with a Van Cleef & Arpels turquoise choker and her wrist got in on the turquoise fun, too. Her ears sparkled with diamond clusters. Eva will always be remembered for this perfect Golden Globe attempt.

To see who my second and third picks are, read more.


Drew! How stunning did Drew look? I wasn't surprised — she tends to look great on the red carpet. Drew's been going through a style transformation lately, but she kept it glam for the Globes. She was voted the favorite Dior of the night, and we second that emotion. I thought her tousled goldilocks were fun. The dress was so breezy, and the hair reminded us that Drew is a bit of a wild child at heart. Her red satin Vivier clutch was sexy and her cloudy jewels were decadent.


Olivia is proving to be a red carpet contender. She is beautiful and she always accentuates her assets: her aqua eyes, swan-like neck, and teeny waist. She brought a whiff of color to the carpet in her frothy lavender Reem Acra gown. Don't you just want to touch it? I'm sure it was light as air, luxurious as hell. The jeweled self-belt provided extra sparkle, as did her cluster earrings. Between the cross-over bodice, confectionary color, and baby ruffles, Olivia proved herself a princess.

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