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There was no shortage of standout footwear on the red carpet at the 71st annual Golden Globes Awards.
Among the biggest style winners were Lupita Nyong'o in Paul Andrew custom red Zewnadia pumps; Emma Watson in Roger Vivier Ergo Sexy heels and Margot Robbie in Christian Louboutin Volpi emerald peep-toes.
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The leading ladies from “American Hustle” both took home honors — and received accolades for their footwear, too. Best Actress winner Amy Adams paired her Valentino dress with Brian Atwood shoes, and Jennifer Lawrence, who nabbed Best Supporting Actress, donned Roger Vivier with her Dior dress.
Meanwhile, Jimmy Choo had a strong showing on Cate Blanchett, who walked away with Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama, for her role in Woody Allen’s “Blue Jasmine.” The label also was seen on Naomi Watts and Allison Williams.
Laura Carmichael of “Downton Abbey” opted for Jerome C. Rousseau, while “Orange Is the New Black” newcomer Taylor Schilling and Taissa Farmiga of “The Bling Ring” both strutted in styles by Stuart Weitzman.
Co-host and award winner Amy Poehler had a number of wardrobe changes, but paired her Stella McCartney look with shoes from Charlotte Olympia. (Paula Patton and Olivia Wilde also were spotted in styles by the designer.) Poehler’s sidekick, Tina Fey, chose Brian Atwood for her time as emcee.
Additional standouts included Nina Dobrev in Aperlai; Jaime King in Casadei for Prabal Gurung; Lizzy Caplan in Bionda Castana; Drew Barrymore in Roger Vivier and Sarah Hyland in Rupert Sanderson.
The evening’s most memorable shoe moment came when Emma Thompson carried her Christian Louboutins while presenting on stage. She joked that the red-sole bottoms were her own blood. And to top it off, she eventually threw the shoes over her head.