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When designers pull out all the stops to outfit Hollywood's biggest stars, as was the case at last night's Golden Globe Awards, accessories have a tendency to get lost in the shuffle. Luckily for us detail-oriented folks, there were a few style sidekicks that earned themselves a starring role in the night's most memorable moments. And no, we're not strictly talking about jewelry and beaded clutches here. We're talking about accessories in the unconventional sense of the word. Take a look at the biggest scene-stealers...


Amy Poehler

Amy Poehler as "Randy" at the 2014 Golden Globes.
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During the three-hour telecast's mid-show lull, our reliable hostesses (all hail Tina and Amy) performed a little stunt to kick us out of our Seamless-delivery food coma. As Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick showed off their Miss Golden Globe daughter, Sosie Bacon, Tina Fey interrupted to introduce the world to her illegitimate love child Randy, a.k.a. Mr. Golden Globe, a.k.a. Amy Poehler in a flippy Justin Bieber-esque wig. It was one of the best gags of the night, and that highlighted 'do stole the show. P.S. Does anyone else think Amy was one of the hottest guys in attendance? Just me? *ACHEM* Moving on...


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Shailene Woodley in Drew Barrymore's 'V' behind-the-scenes video.
Photo: 'Vs. Magazine'

We already know that Drew Barrymore has major film skills that go WAY beyond acting in front of the camera (just watch her awesome directing debut Whip It if you need a refresher). And now, after working with Hollywood up-and-comers like Chloe Moretz in Best Coast's "Our Deal" video and shooting Victoria Justice for V Magazine, the Golden Globe-winning actress is turning the lens on yet another ingenue. Shailene Woodley is Drew's latest muse, channeling '70s film icons in a sultry new Vs. Magazine spread.


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Victoria Justice

Victoria Justice for V Magazine.
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There are many people we really truly love here at MTV Style. One is Victorious star Victoria Justice who we're having a great time watching grow up into a full-fledged fashionista right before our eyes. Another is the positively RADIANT Drew Barrymore, mastermind director behind the Best Coast "Our Deal" supervideo. You can imagine, then, our unbridled SMILE ATTACK upon first glance of this Drew-shot feature of Justice in the latest issue of V Magazine.


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Long Printed Dresses Drew Barrymore Nicole Richie Florence Welch

Florence Welch on April 21, Nicole Richie on April 2, and Drew Barrymore on Jan. 25.
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Go big or go home! Florence Welch, Nicole Richie, and Drew Barrymore proved that more is more when they showed off their bold, all-over print maxi dresses. We're REALLY into this head-turning trend, which all three ladies sported in slightly different ways. Florence showed up to an after party in Las Vegas last night wearing this AMAZE black and forest green Tadashi Shoji fall 2012 number. Her scalloped edges add a touch of daintiness to her daring look, and she wore no accessories (save a few rings) to take away from her statement dress. She twisted back her shiny red tresses into a low chignon, and we love how her hair complements her green dress perfectly. She matched some burgundy eye shadow to her deep maroon nails for a totally put together look. Nicole Richie showed support for her dad Lionel Richie by wearing a dress from her own Winter Kate fall 2012 line earlier this month. We know bright yellow is incredibly hard to pull off, which is why we give Nicole MAY-JUH props for looking like a vintage vixen in her bold rose print dress. We also love the side swept bangs paired with a bouffant and larger-than-life lashes.


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Best Coast Our Deal Video

Best Coast's Bethanny and Drew Barrymore roll dice.

Remember last week? Whoa, do you remember last week? I maybe do not. Anyway, remember when you were neck-vein deep in all of our glorious Supervideo footage? And you were all, "Whaaa? A Drew Barrymore-directed Best Coast music video for that hauntingly tantalizing summerjam 'Our Deal'? Sweet, this rules. I am SO thankful (yeah, this is STILL you talking, you're also SO longwinded) these people made this for me and my face holes because it feels good and all these pretty, pretty people like Chloë Moretz and Tyler Posey are all googly-eyed and lovestruck and hugging all up on each other in fantastic jackets, which is just pleasant as experiences go."

And then, you turned on us, instantly ungrateful: While three minutes and change PLUS a bonus feature of the fashion closet AND another interview with the stylist Alicia Lombardini was cool, maybe you wanted more? Say, seven minutes more (boy am I ever GOOD at math!)? Well, it seems that your surly, squeaky wheelishness gets some good oil because we've got the EXTENDED supervideo for you today. Here it is. Motorboat it. Actually don't because these darling actors are sorta on the young side and you're being gross. Be cool, man. BE. COOL.


Best Coast 'Our Deal (Extended Version)'


Watch: The Drew Barrymore-Directed Best Coast Supervideo For 'Our Deal,' With Fashion Bonus Footage
Watch: Director Drew Barrymore And Stylist Alicia Lombardini's Wardrobe Tour Of 'Our Deal' Supervideo
Photos: Behind the scenes of Drew Barrymore's Best Coast Supervideo!

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Director Drew Barrymore and the Best Coast Supervideo stylist, Alicia Lombardini.
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We know, we know, you CANNOT POSSIBLY be expected to keep your wits about you while we bust a DELUGE of Drew Barrymore x Best Coast 'Our Deal' Supervideo magic at you bubububuWAIT it gets MORE INTENSE. As we mentioned earlier, a big part of what makes this technicolor, multi-generational, mercilessly beautiful vision so engrossing is how involved the costume designer, Alicia Lombardini, was in the ideation of the final look. Director Drew Barrymore's aesthetic was peripatetic and SPRAWLING but the impressive part is how seamlessly the elements flowed together.

First of all, all the characters from Tyler Posey to Chloë Moretz and Donald Glover to Miranda Cosgrove, and even Bethany "Best Coast" Cosentino's cameo displayed a convincing, cohesive outfit. Once you've suspended disbelief that any warring squads could be SO ATTRACTIVE and well dressed, you can completely imagine each person selecting their respective ensembles as they go into battle.


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Miranda Cosgrove and Chloë Moretz on-set in the Drew Barrymore-directed Best Coast Supervideo for 'Our Deal.'
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OK, it's such a MAMMOTH COSMIC JOKE that I'm paid money to do this job sometimes. Like, to where I called my mom JUST to tell her I have a "business trip" that involves Drew Barrymore and that I "can't talk right now" because I'm "on location." ANYWAY, MTV Style's MEGA excited because finally, after many, many moons of waiting and hand-wringing and NOT BEING ABLE TO DIVULGE IN DETAIL about our next Supervideo, it is here. And ain't she a beaut (totally rhetorical question obvs)? For your eyeballing pleasure, we present the Drew Barrymore-directed video with Best Coast for "Our Deal." It's like Romeo & Juliet, where the Capulets are this gang called The Night Creepers and the Montagues are The Day Trotters. Holy swoon.


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Miranda Cosgrove and Chloë Moretz looking badass.

Have you ever met Drew Barrymore? It is basically the best thing ever. There's this odd halo around her head, and when she smiles with her eyes it's like a punch in the face. It. Is. So. Amazing. Essentially she is a goddess but that's beside the point. Entirely. She's also CUHRAZY talented as a director, and I had the fortune of being on-set for this Supervideo between Drew and one her favorite artists, Best Coast, for her song "Our Deal."

There were old-school Adidas galore, gobs of donated Levi's, leather jackets with hand-sewn patches, ENORMOUS hair, racks upon racks of the dreamiest sweaters and onesies, and there was even this embroidered HAWK on a crewneck cropped sweatshirt that made my face melt (don't worry, I held it far enough away that I didn't get any flesh juice on it). It was an awesome two-day shoot, craft services had at least six or eight types of candy, and by the way, no big deal, *shrugs unconvincingly* but Donald Glover, Miranda Cosgrove, Alia Shawkat, Chloë Moretz AND TYLER POSEY aka Gorgeousface McNomnompants from our own Teen Wolf were there.

Here's a sneak peek of the Romeo & Juliet-themed video. The "families" were called the Day Trotters and the Night Crawlers. There are brawls and breakdancers and graffiti. It was like a birthday party. Check it. OH, PS: Drew Barrymore's creative director is maybe the most handsome man in the world. He literally (and I hate when people use "literally" incorrectly) has the best hair. It is a water-colored dream sequence of AWESOME. Harps play when it moves. LITERALLY. ahhaha jk jk jk.

Tyler Posey is attractive.


If you want to see a super-cute interview with Drew and Bethany, check out our pals at Buzzworthy!

AND if you want to see this Supervideo in its entirety (of course you do), it airs NEXT Tuesday, Aug. 2, at 10 a.m. ET. Do eeet.

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Prom is a big deal, and it can go a number of ways: It can be the best night of your life, an evening rife with blissful memories that becomes your happy place later when you're having teeth removed, or when you've locked yourself out of your extortionately priced studio apartment at 4 am clad only in your underpants and needing to wake up for work in two hours. Or, prom sucked. You got pressured into asking a dude you didn't like that much or maybe a rando asked you and you went and it was a bust because you ditched each other and it was 100% DRAMA at the after-party.

Oooooor you rolled DEEP with your crew and had a BLAST and you wished in your heart that it would never end, but you acknowledged with wisdom beyond your years that this kind of magic can't be sustained. Now you talk to like two of the 12 OG BFFs over Facebook, and that's it. The point is, prom is loaded, heady and awesome and vital to a bunch of CUHLASSIC movies that make us swoon time and time again with the boys and the dancing and the budding of young love. To kick off our week of prom coverage, we present The 12 Most Memorable Movie Prom Dresses, to relive the fancy-pants fashion magic that we can witness from the safe distance of our screens.

#12 - NEVER BEEN KISSED (1999)

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The Role: Drew Barrymore as Josie Geller
Costume Designer: Mona May
The Dress: Awwww. Never Been Kissed ruled. Basically, Drew goes back to school and gets a major do-over of the more critical high school experiences, and, of course, prom is a big one. Michael Vartan is a ridic dishy teacher who blablablbla NOSPOILERs and looks banging in a tux and while Drew's concertina-pleated, bell-sleeved, lace overlaid situation is a little "ornate," it's a huge improvement from her original silver lamé, poufy sleeved, French maid's costume she wore in her teens.

#11 - PRETTY IN PINK (1986)

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The Role: Molly Ringwald as Andie Walsh
Costume Designer: Marilyn Vance
The Dress: I'm not going to attempt a synopsis of this because if you haven't seen Pretty In Pink, you simply have to. Immediately. And you can, because it's in reruns with a diligence you could set your watch to. Andie, our thrifty protagonist and a talented seamstress—mashes up a preexisting dress that her older BFF Iona (who is an incredible fashion plate, real talk) wore to her prom and a dress that her depressing, broken father buys her from a thrift store—into a pink, polka dotted, cut-away, leg-o-mutton, 3/4 length sleeve gown that wows her friends and Andrew McCarthy (a handsome rich dude who everyone thought was "out of her league"). Admittedly, when you pull away far enough to gain a little perspective, the dress is actually a little fug. But it's unconventional and original, and the can-do attitude is great. This movie is in my own personal top 10, so just let your ocular muscles go a little lax and blurry on it and you'll be fine.

#10 - PROM (2011)

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The Role: Aimee Teegarden as Nova Prescott
Costume Designer: Shoshana Rubin
The Dress: Prom is still in theaters at the time of publishing SO I'm not going to give too many plot points away, but Nova tries to orchestrate a PERFECT prom and this beautiful, delicate, satin-piped, sleeveless champagne dress with a gathered bodice and gilt floral lace is definitely the first step to a magical, magical night. Peep the way we can barely even see her friends or the rest of the bedroom in the background? That's how you know you love a dress. Or hate your friends. JKJKJKJK, go see the movie.


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The Role: Tina Majorino as Deb
Costume Designer: Jerusha Hess
The Dress: Pluck out a single feature of Deb's dress from Napoleon Dynamite and it could be construed as categorically heinous, but in concert, this would actually be the best hipster irono-fug prom dress ever. First of all, it's firmly retro in full '80s glory. Second of all, the tiered layers are very on-trend for spring. The low-cut square back is flattering for several body types, and the hue is a cloying pink that would look fierce with a black suede platform, T-strap pump.


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The Role: Monique Coleman as Taylor McKessie and Vanessa Hudgens as Gabriella Montez
Costume Designer: Caroline B. Marx
The Dresses: Taylor's dress from High School Musical 3 skews costumey, but the fit and the thoroughness of the accessories anchor the look. Girl goes for it with layer upon layer of dotted Swiss royal purple tulle and Vee Hudge as Gabriella does diaphanous like a goddess with an empire-waisted, strappy floral dress with a sash in a flirty cocktail length that moves as beautifully as she does. Also, HAAAAY Zac Efron, ssup.

#7 - 10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU (1999)

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The Role: Julia Stiles as Kat Stratford
Costume Designer: Kimberly A. Tillman
The Dress: A single strand of pearls, a simple almost severe updo, a chiffon shawl, a spaghetti-strapped column, bias-cut dress that looks fantastic as a silhouette and does nothing for your boobs... aka THE quintessential prom look in the late-'90s, early-aughts. The deep, deliciously, jewel-like purple against Kat's milky-white skin and the fact that this was the first REAL, sustained length of time that her character wasn't being an utter a-hole to Heath Ledger in 10 Things I Hate About You, makes this one of the most romantically intense prom scenes ever. You could cut the tension with a knife.

#6 - TWILIGHT (2008)

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The Role: Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan
Costume Designer: Wendy Chuck
The Dress: Oh man, I love that after almost getting killed a whole bunch, Bella and Edward from Twilight still get to go to prom. Bella's gorgeous royal blue, tiered, ruched, deep-V, midi-length dress complements her Converse and her leg cast, and the cream of her soft, vintage, embroidered cashmere cardigan with the satin trimmed contoured edges softens the bold hue. Edward is also nothing to sneeze at. In fact, he is something to cling at. While sobbing. And begging him to bite your neck even if in IRL he's just some shy, pale British dude.

#5 - JAWBREAKER (1999)

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The Role: Rose McGowan as Courtney Shayne
Costume Designer: Vickie Brinkford
The Dress: Dudes. Rose McGowan's body. Okay, I know in Jawbreaker Courtney's the baddie and we should all wish her demise but honestly, check this out. This is a structural anomaly and a bit of fashion soothsaying that is wholly impressive. First of all, it's more a teeny, tiny, sleeveless body-con minidress than a whole frock. Using the white underpinning as the backbone, the other, clingy, silky, see-through pieces are simply draped along the bustline and secured beneath the silver trim and flowed to the floor as an A-line. Granted, the true foundation is that McGowan's torso and legs are of a shapely tautness that is rarely found in nature but, the reason why this dress is a sartorial anachronism is that THIS is basically an illusion maxi skirt that is presently on all the fash blogs more than a decade later.


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The Role: Kristy Swanson as Buffy
Costume Designer: Marie France
The Dress: How funky is your chicken? And more critically, how lose is your goose? As much as I love the Joss Whedon TV Buffy run, there's something about the zaniness of the Swanson-helmed feature-length Buffy The Vampire Slayer original that make this prom ensemble so memorable. The fact that this ass-kicking, stake-driving badass goes to prom in a Grace-Kelly-on-her-wedding-day perfect blonde upsweep is notable, and the fact that her "glandular assets" are so ample in a halter-neck, dotted Swiss, crinoline-shaped version of a Marilyn Monroe dress (totally almost typed Manson which would've been a different dress entirely) reminds us that Buffy, even bloodied and filthy from fighting bloodsuckers, is a total hottie.

#3 - JENNIFER'S BODY (2009)

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The Role: Megan Fox as Jennifer Check
Costume Designer: Katia Stano
The Dress: So Megan Fox may be divisive as far as people either loving her or hating her, but the glory of her very Gothic Lolita, floor-length, almost Edwardian-looking Jessica McClintock dress with the contrasting black lace bands and the looooooong satin gloves in Jennifer's Body cannot be denied. I mean, look at this, here is a dress that IMPROVES as the night wears on. It looks better totally run-through and sodden and, of course, floating several feet above any surface. The gathers along the bodice and the interplay of the eery track lights on the transparent layers really works for us. As does the fact that she kept the jewelry and hair sleek and simple and murderer-y.

#2 - CARRIE (1976)

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The Role: Sissy Spacek as Carrie White
Costume Designer: Rosanna Norton
The Dress: Carrie is a prom movie classic, and while the likelihood of you being doused in bucketfuls of pig's blood and retaliating by locking the gym doors and setting the entire roomful of sociopathic and morally depraved students on fire with your mind is only at about 7-19% on any given prom weekend, you can't say that Carrie didn't look positively radiant in her pink sheath on The Big Night. The silky satin. The delicately gathered seams that support Carrie's dirty pillows. The matching shawl. The entire aesthetic is well thought out and beautifully executed and soooooorta reminds me of a retro version of the pink Gwyneth Paltrow Ralph Lauren dress that she won her Oscar in (in a way that had me Pavlovian conditioned to think something baaaad was going to happen at the Academy Awards), but maybe that's just me.


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The Role: Lisa Kudrow as Michele Weinberger and Mira Sorvino as Romy White
Costume Designer: Mona May
The Dresses: Romy and Michele's High School Reunion has the best version of prom you could ever, ever hope for. You roll with your equally cool and rad bestie and you wear complementary, black, Madonna outfits with "Like A Virgin" and "Blonde Ambition Tour" hair, respectively. You layer as many rosaries as you would eye shadow colors, and you Go. To. Town. You both sew in big, padded bras into your various thrifted pieces with clumsy "it'll hold for the night" stitches, you dance and "Vogue" like maniacs, you laugh your faces off about EVERYTHING, don't care a whit about what anybody else is doing and when it's all done you have ZERO regrets, tatters of this weird and beautiful disintegrating dress, French fries in your underwire and a grip of photos that will remind you that there once was a time when you and your bestest ladyfriend thought you were invincible and untouchable and maybe you totally were and you looked completely cramazing doing it.

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Drew Barrymore at 'The Beauty Detox Solution' launch party in West Hollywood on April 13, Rumer Willis at a "Love, Loss & What I Wore' celebration in New York on March 24, and Mandy Moore at the ASPCA headquarters in New York on April 20.
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Oh snaps! Flame-tressed goodness in threesies! Maybe it's the promise of summer and that gloriously floral springtime scent in the air, but it's definitely a season for change. And by change we mean temporarily experimenting with the color of the fibrous structural proteins that make up your HAIR! The first case of going rouge was spotted on our dear trendsetting Whitney Port earlier this month, with her typically blonde strands going strawberry and then BAMBAMBAM, we've got Drew Barrymore, Rumer Willis and Mandy Moore looking perfect for spring and debuting gorgeous red heads. It's amazing what a difference it makes. I mean, not cuhrazy to where they look that different. They were freakishly attractive ladies to begin with.

Drew opted for coppery layers that still beautifully complements her boho-chic ensemble choices and makes her skin look bright and amazing. Serious peaches-n-cream going on here. Given that this long 'do is one that she's sported for several years, it's kinda incredible that the influx of color alters everything subtly like, look at the green flecks that comprise the hazel of her eyes. Plus, it warms up all that lovely gold jewelry.

Rumer's quintessentially Rumer-ish modified pixie/bob goes for a more maroonish red, which gives a great deal of depth to her wavy tousled, asymmetrical strands. It's like the rug in The Dude's house; it really ties the room together etc etc.

Mandy's hair is GLORIOUS and always looks rich and perfect and healthy and shiny, and like it smells like either almonds or outside or field (but not if there's like animals or anything. This is not where this is going). The awesome thing about Mandy's hair is that the auburn and rusty red highlights make all types of springtime colors and floral looks feminine and beautiful. Like a girl you want to marry immediately and make her learn acoustic guitar or put on an old-school bicycle with a basket or something. Plus, she loves cats. Winner.

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