The Golden Globe Awards are celebrating 75 years! That's more than seven decades' worth of epic fashion moments on the red carpet. With the 2018 show set for Jan. 7, Wonderwall.com rounded up some of the very best looks from nominees of late, starting with beauty Angelina Jolie. The three-time winner wore a striking emerald green Atelier Versace number dripping in Swarovski crystals for the 2011 ceremony. While she might not have won the best actress in a musical or comedy prize for her performance in "The Tourist" that year, pulling off shoulder pads was triumph enough. Keep reading for more glam from Globes past…
Drew Barrymore: 2009 Golden Globes
Drew Barrymore actually won her first Golden Globe in 2010 for her work in the TV movie "Grey Gardens," but her red carpet look for the big show a year prior was the real winner. With a sexy voluminous bob and asymmetrical dusty blue John Galliano gown, Drew was the epitome of Old Hollywood glamour at the 2009 Golden Globes. She added an extra punch of color with a satin burgundy Roger Vivier clutch. Such an iconic look, right?
Kate Hudson: 2002 Golden Globes
On the heels of her best supporting actress win for "Almost Famous" the year before, Kate Hudson had to make a splash at the 2002 Golden Globes. Atelier Versace did just the trick! She dazzled in a champagne sparkler with bell sleeves, a belt-like embellishment accentuating her hips and a super-sexy plunging neckline. The blonde bombshell topped off her winning look with full, bouncy curls.
Jennifer Aniston: 2004 Golden Globes
Similar to Kate Hudson, one of Jennifer Aniston's best fashion moments came a year after her first "Friends" Golden Globe win (for best actress in a musical or comedy TV series). In 2004, she put together a look that was the perfect combination of sexy and girl next door. Jen wore a vintage black Valentino gown with quite the deep-V neckline but kept her classic "Rachel" locks loose with naturally side-swept bangs. One thing's for sure: No other star can pull together an all-black ensemble like her.
Lupita Nyong'o: 2014 Golden Globes
Lupita Nyong'o has been a style star straight from the jump! She made a fierce first impression on the red carpet at the 2014 Golden Globes when she was nominated for the very first time in the best supporting actress category for her work in "12 Years a Slave." Lupita donned a fire-engine red off-the-shoulder Ralph Lauren gown equipped with a floor-length cape. While she didn't end up winning the award, that dress made her look like a style superhero.
Reese Witherspoon: 2017 Golden Globes
Reese Witherspoon is a Golden Globes vet with seven nominations under her belt, not to mention a best actress win for her performance in "Walk the Line" in 2006. All of that experience explains why her most recent red carpet look was absolute perfection. For the 2017 Golden Globes, Reese wore a strapless pale yellow Versace number with a sexy thigh-high slit that she accessorized with a gold Tiffany & Co. choker and softly pulled-back hair. In an Instagram post, she appropriately labeled the ensemble a "classic Hollywood" look. We couldn't agree more!
Nicole Kidman: 2013 Golden Globes
Nicole Kidman really brought her A-game for the 2013 Golden Globes, which makes perfect sense considering that she was nominated for not one but two awards that year: best supporting actress for "The Paperboy" and best actress in a miniseries or TV movie for "Hemingway & Gellhorn." Nicole donned a black Alexander McQueen gown offset with gold embellishments on her décolletage and a sheer panel with corset boning accentuating her waist. Though she didn't end up winning either award, we can't say she didn't come in hot.
January Jones: 2011 Golden Globes
January Jones left an indelible mark on the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet with a striking bright red Versace number to remember. We're still not quite sure how the two-time "Mad Men" best actress nominee managed to keep everything in place while wearing the cutout fringed frock with a daringly low neckline, but kudos to whomever got her into that thing!
Julianne Moore: 2015 Golden Globes
2015 was Julianne Moore's best Golden Globes year yet! She had best actress nominations in two categories — comedy for "Maps to the Stars" and drama for "Still Alice" — and she won in the latter. Taking home a shiny trophy wasn't even her only feat of the night because Julianne also slayed the style game. She wore a glimmering ombre Givenchy Couture gown that was dripping in metallic sequins and accented with feathers cascading down its train.
Natalie Portman: 2011 Golden Globes
A pregnant Natalie Portman wowed in a blush Viktor & Rolf frock at the 2011 Golden Globes. A red rose embellishment perfectly highlighted her baby bump, which was subtly displayed underneath the flowing front layers of the dress. The glowing mama took home the award for best actress for her performance in "Black Swan" that year.
Julia Roberts: 2014 Golden Globes
Julia Roberts meant business with a Dolce & Gabbana shirt/dress combo at the 2014 Golden Globes, where she was nominated for best actress for her work in "August: Osage County." The black-and-white frock fused menswear with total glam by combining a classic strapless gown with a button-up and a little touch of sparkle around the waist. Though she didn't take home the award, the eight-time nominee looked powerful and pretty.
Sarah Jessica Parker: 2004 Golden Globes
Sarah Jessica Parker channeled her "Sex and the City" character, Carrie Bradshaw, on the 2004 Golden Globes red carpet, which was fitting being that she won for best actress for her performance on the hit HBO series that year. She rocked a gray Chanel high-low midi frock, drawing much of the attention to her teal satin pumps. It's always about the shoes with her, isn't it?
Cate Blanchett: 2005 Golden Globes
Nominated for best supporting actress for her work in "The Aviator," Cate Blanchett was flying high in an ethereal periwinkle gown at the 2005 Golden Globes. The light and airy Jean Paul Gaultier number fit her body like a glove.
Emma Stone: 2015 Golden Globes
Nominated for best supporting actress for her performance in "Birdman," Emma Stone broke the go-to gown mold in a dazzling Lanvin jumpsuit at the 2015 Golden Globes. The sparkling bodice and bow-tied train put an original spin on a classic menswear-inspired ensemble for a totally winning look. But Emma didn't end up winning an actual Golden Globe until 2017, when she took home a best actress trophy for her work in the musical "La La Land."
Sharon Stone: 1995 Golden Globes
Sharon Stone's silky ensemble was the perfect look for accepting a best actress Golden Globe (for her performance in "Casino") at the 1995 ceremony. Giving off major boudoir vibes, the champagne gown boasted a daringly high slit that was offset slightly by a matching blouse tied at the waist. Sharon found just the right line between effortless and elegant.
Halle Berry: 2000 Golden Globes
In 2000, Halle Berry took home a Golden Globe for best actress for her work in the TV movie "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge" and boy, was she dressed for the occasion. She wore a white Valentino gown adorned with stunning red crystal detailing along the bodice and bottom. The unique color combination and design made for a very memorable look that she topped off with her trademark spiked pixie cut.
Michelle Williams: 2012 Golden Globes
Michelle Williams won the award for best actress in a musical or comedy for her work in "My Week with Marilyn" at the 2012 Golden Globes — and we think she put the perfect spin on a modern day Marilyn Monroe ensemble for the affair. She wore a purple Jason Wu midi-sleeve gown with a floral velvet design and a matching headband that gave the look an eccentric, sexy vintage feel.
Jennifer Lawrence: 2016 Golden Globes
The night she took home the best actress award for her performance in "Joy" at the 2016 Golden Globes, Jennifer Lawrence rocked a custom red Dior gown. She looked like a total siren with those sexy side cutouts! And we appreciate the balance between futuristic chic and classic elegance she achieved by combining the unique dress structure with a timeless diamond Chopard statement necklace.
Kiera Knightley: 2006 Golden Globes
Keira Knightley's white Valentino dress at the 2006 Golden Globes incorporated just the right amount of embellishment to keep it out of the wedding-dress zone. The white strapless number came together with a sparkling kimono-inspired belt and struck the perfect balance between simple and elaborate. The three-time nominee was up for best actress for her work in "Pride & Prejudice" that year.
Calista Flockhart: 1999 Golden Globes
Calista Flockhart's monochrome two-piece look at the 1999 Golden Globes was timeless! Rather than channeling the eccentric "Ally McBeal" character she was nominated for playing on TV, the actress chose a satin Pamela Dennis number that gave off a classic Audrey Hepburn vibe.
Emily Blunt: 2013 Golden Globes
Five-time nominee Emily Blunt went for gold at the 2013 Golden Globes. While she didn't end up with a best actress award that year — she was nominated for her performance in "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" — her Michael Kors number sure deserved first place. The embroidered lace gown was a standout all on its own, especially with those side cutouts, but Emily took it to the next level, accessorizing with fuchsia earrings.
Charlize Theron: 2012 Golden Globes
Charlize Theron has never been prettier in pink than she was at the 2012 Golden Globes. Nominated for best actress for her performance in "Young Adult," she dazzled in a blush Christian Dior gown accented with a bit of sparkle at the waist and in her hair. Every element of the glam ballerina look came together seamlessly for the nominee.
Sienna Miller: 2007 Golden Globes
Sienna Miller didn't get nominated for a Golden Globe until 2013, when she scored a nod for best actress in a miniseries or TV movie for her work in "The Girl." But she already had her red carpet style down for the big show way back in 2007. Sienna looked like a total goddess in a white Marchesa gown that was half covered in a metallic overlay. The low cowl neckline also brought attention up to her unique hairstyle, a crown-style braid.
Eva Longoria: 2009 Golden Globes
Eva Longoria scored a nod for best actress in a musical or comedy TV series with her work on "Desperate Housewives" back in 2006. Though she didn't win, she continued to bring the heat as a guest at the Golden Globes in the years to come. For the 2009 show, Eva donned a shiny red Reem Acra mermaid gown with a scalloped bodice that fit her body like a glove.
Cybill Shepherd: 1990 Golden Globes
Decades before Jennifer Lopez showed up at the 2013 Golden Globes in a similar nude and silver Zuhair Murad gown, there was three-time winner Cybill Shepherd! She owned the knockout look back in 1990 when she wore a skintight nude number adorned with gold embellishments in all the right places. No shade is aimed at J.Lo because, truthfully, we absolutely love both dresses.