Diane Keaton looked elegant and sophisticated on the red carpet at the 2004 Golden Globes. In all white, she wore a Nehru jacket, long gloves, and an extravagant string of pearls. She looks winning and win she did. Keaton won the Best Actress prize for “Something’s Gotta Give.”
Her costar Jack Nicholson attended. Accepting the honor, she gushed over the fact that she had the rare opportunity to play the female love interest at her ripe old of 67.
Charlize Theron - 2004
Charlize Theron played it sweet at the 61 st Golden Globe Awards. The Christian Dior ruffle gown in yellow brightened the red carpet at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Theron collected the Best Actress Globe for “Monster” while she was there. And she garnered a lot of “awes” for her ensemble. The spaghetti strap dress is made of silk chiffon. Dainty ruffle sleeves are designed to fall on her arm, making it look even sweeter.
Jennifer Aniston - 2004
Jennifer Aniston is a red carpet veteran, but her 2004 gown at the annual event made lots of impressions. Attending the Golden Globes that year in a deep-cut Valentino, Aniston sent shockwaves everywhere.
The vintage-style dress is simple, except for the belt-like strap that bridges the plunging V-neck. It changes everything. A low-cut dress might go unnoticed, if not for that little black strap.
Mischa Barton - 2005
In 2005, Mischa Barton was the breakout star to watch out for. She played Marissa Cooper on “The OC.” At the 2005 Golden Globes, Barton stepped out on the red carpet with this daring gown.
The silver Loris Azzaro shimmered on her frame while making a sexy statement. Barton was onstage as a presenter that night, and her fashion moment was lauded by all and is still considered one of the best red carpet triumphs ever.
Jennifer Garner - 2005
Known for playing Elektra on “Daredevil,” in 2005 Jennifer Garner was already making waves. Walking the red carpet in this vintage Valentino gown, it is clear that red is definitely her color.
The open-back dress cascades in ruffles. Not to be outdone, the cut in front is equally lovely. The gown’s tank top straps have a unique design, attached under the arm. It makes way for the showstopping open back. The Golden Globe winner for “Alias” felt right at home on the red carpet.