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Fashion trends that ruled the 2017 Golden Globes

As usual, it is the night of world fashion and glamour; here are the highlights

Ahram Online , Monday 9 Jan 2017
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The fashion world is on high alert this time of the year with millions anticipating the edgy and classic trends in dresses, jewelry and footwear that will appear on the red carpet.

As a stepping stone to the Oscars, the Golden Globes ceremony never fails to attract the attention of fashionistas and beauty seekers from all over the world.

Most of the attendants looked their best at Sunday's event, as usual; beauties graced the red carpet displaying an array of designs that are set to make trends in haute couture for the current year.

Plunging necklines endure

Like last year, sexy, deep-plunging necklines took hold of the red carpet; celebrities like Mandy Moore, Nicole Kidman, Jessica Biel and others were seen going the extra mile in regards to the plunging cut.

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Sequined gowns

Many beauties opted for embellished and glittery designs in various shades, including Amy Adams and Lillie Collins.

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Dominant colors in silver, pink and yellow

Amid a stream of colors, many opted for silver, yellow and pink, and they did not disappoint.

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Off the shoulder

Trending for some seasons now, with no sign of fading soon, off-the-shoulder styles were glamorous on many beauties. Among them were standouts Thandie Newton and Michelle Williams.

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