Golden Globe 2015
Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to look back on 25 years of fashion flops at what is supposed to be one of the year’s glitziest show business events!
2014: Black gown? Blue gown? Pink gown? Sandra Bullock made the mistake of going with all three with this color-blocked monstrosity.
2012: Was the Tin Man up for an award? No, that was just Lea Michelle wearing a terrible cutout silver dress.
2012: Sarah Michelle Gellar revealed that her young daughter Charlotte picked out the material for this blue and white gown. Perhaps Gellar might want to get a second opinion form her son next time.
2011: Helena Bonham Carter’s clothes were as wacky as ever when she donned a multi-colored dress for the red carpet. But she didn’t stop there! She got all Punky Brewster with her two different colored shoes.
2010: Christina Hendricks loves ruffles — lots and lots of ruffles.
2009: Ahoy! Marissa Tomei should have been forced to walk the plank when she went for this frilly pirate top.
2006: Gwyneth Paltrow’s body language says everything you need to know about this fashion flop.
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2005: This lacy black curtain draped over some sort of tube top made Diane Kruger the fashion fail of the Golden Globes ten years ago.
2004: Diane Keaton snubbed that rule to never wear white in winter. And this is what happened.
2003: Lara Flynn Boyle danced her way to style infamy when she apparently took a wrong turn on the way to the ballet studio.
2003: Sarah Jessica Parker channeled an earlier version of Madonna in this ill-advised black bodice pantsuit.
2002: A picture is worth a thousand words, and in Cate Blanchett’s case none of them are good.
2002: Cameron Diaz donned a business lady blazer on top and a fun summery dress on the bottom. Maybe she didn’t get the memo that she was at one of the year’s glitziest events?
2001: Debra Messing deserves to be behind bars for wearing this striped dress.
2000: Halle Berry’s dress looks more like a crime scene than a designer dress.
1999: Gwyneth Paltrow would later become infamous for her poor-fitting pink Prada Oscar dress, so it’s probably a good thing that she got used to haute humiliation with this black and gold gown.
1990: Hi, Julia Roberts? Your giant man called, and he wants his suit back.