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With so many winter awards shows running, it's hard to stand out from the crowd. While we'll always have a soft spot for that little music event in February, the Golden Globe Awards are absolutely one of our favorite shows because the worlds of film and television merge for one magical night of sartorial one-upping. From silver screen starlets like Anne Hathaway to small screen sweethearts like Sarah Hyland and even soundtrack songstresses like Taylor Swift, the PYTs turned it out for the Globes step-and-repeat, and while it was a lofty task, we've whittled it all down into our list of the top 10 best dressed ladies of the night.

ANNE HATHAWAY IN CHANEL COUTURE

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway attends the 2013 Golden Globe Awards.
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The lovely, doe-eyed Anne Hathaway shone bright in winter white Chanel couture. The dress, surprisingly resurfaced from the label's Spring 2009 archives, featured a sleek strapless neckline cutting straight across the chest and the look of being two pieces. The Les Miserables star won big tonight not only for her award as "Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture," but also with her strikingly simple column dress.

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If there's one brand that has their signature steez so unabashedly down pat, it's Herve Leger by Max Azria. You can be sure that the French atelier will present a collection that is opulent, sexy, and most of all, takes cues from ancient civilizations. Whereas for his Spring looks, he went the route of glistening Greek goddesses, Max's Fall line was clearly mused by the jungle cat-slaying Roman gladiators. But the whole straight up arena-fighter homage has been done time and time again, so Herve Leger takes it to fusion levels with opulent details and simultaneous nods to the roaring twenties.

TOUCHES OF TWENTIES

Herve Leger by Max Azria Fall 2012 New York Fashion Week.
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The Fall 2012 Herve Leger color palette was creams and mahogany and black with gold and pewter sprinkled throughout. Azria took a turn from the skintight bandage dresses of yesteryear in favor of floatier fabrics and silhouettes. Leather harnesses adorned almost every look, and every model was outfitted with battle-ready heeled sandals and sleek ponytails. The fusion happens with the addition of tiered fringe à la speakeasy flappers and prints that wink to Art Deco.

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Maybelline Great Lash

The Maybelline Great Lash tube as interpreted by Tracy Reese, Max Azria, and Vivienne Tam.
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It does not matter who you are. It is not affected by where you grew up. If you are a girl, born in the last several decades, sentient and living in America, you know the iconic pink and green Maybelline Great Lash mascara. Maybe you don't use it or have only seen it in passing...or maybe it was a staple that lived inside your purse along with, like, a concealer you used until you had to scrape the remnants out with your fingernail. Whatever. But it is (and has been) a drugstore score for EXACTLY 40 years, providing an inexpensive and dramatic go-to for basically everyone—it is the number one selling 'scara in the USA. And three design powerhouses have reinterpreted that neon-pink tube for its anniversary, adding their own aesthetic to the classic.

Tracy Reese, Max Azria (of BCBG), and Vivienne Tam have all put their own unique stamp onto the mascara, using a print or pattern for which they are best known to spruce up the applicator. (Not that it needed it—in the '90s, the pink and green may have looked slightly dated, but with the influx of neon, the bottle is incredibly on point.) Tracy took one of her feminine graphic floral prints to make a more fun Great Lash. Body-con master, over-the-top Azria added a sultry black lace to the bottle. And taking the challenge literally, Vivienne Tam adorned hers with the Chinese symbol for "lash."

The special edition will be out in September, but take a sneak peek here. And if it's been a while since you revisited the classic, do. You'll definitely have that "Whoa. This stuff is WAY darker than the bougie crap I've been buying" reaction we did. Plus, it won't be discontinued like the 983749238749327482374 other hard-earned products that we still get a little misty about.

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Rachel Zoe at the Tom Ford store opening on Feb. 24.
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• Stylist to the stars Rachel Zoe is having her baby/just had her baby RIGHT NOW! Cue the Michael Kors booties, the Vera Wang baby bottles and the Francisco Costa bottles. What, they don't exist? They will now. {Styleite}

• In her cover story for the UK magazine Fabulous, Rihanna says she chose red (instead of green, purple, or pink) for her hair because it was "like the fine line between normal and extreme." {Coco Perez}

• If you like patterns and one-shoulder frocks, you're going to love Matthew Williamson's Impulse for Macy's line. If you don't like that aesthetic, that's OK too. *shrugs* {Glamour}

• Oof. According to reports, 32 percent of British women under the age of 30 have started to go gray, which is up 14 percent from just a couple of decades ago. Stress strikes again. Also, maaaaaaybe the reason behind the latest rash of going-gray-for-style? {Huffington Post}

Steven Tyler reportedly gets stem cell facials, eyelash extensions, and wears makeup. Work! {Allure}

Max Azria, sir, we love your designs (especially this bandage swimsuit that you designed for Herve Leger), but really? Beachwear that we can't get wet? Really?! {Coco Perez}

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen wax on leaving the big bad world of acting for the big bad world of fashion design in this month's issue of Vogue. {Huffington Post}

• Who will be designing looks for Ricky Martin's upcoming Musica + Alma + Sexo world tour? Giorgio Armani of course! {People StyleWatch}

• Soooooo Jane Pratt is launching TWO websites (and maybe helping out on a magazine?)—one for fortysomethings and one for teens (for which she's enlisted the help of wunderkind Tavi Gevinson). We smell an empire. Also, full disclosure, our own senior editor was quoted in the article. #coughcough {WWD}

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