Posted: Saturday 12th January 2013 at 8:37 am

They win the best dressed award! Nominees Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams brighten up pre-Golden Globes bash in bold dresses

By
Iona Kirby

07:24 GMT, 12 January 2013


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08:37 GMT, 12 January 2013

They were at a party to celebrate the Golden Globes ahead of the ceremony on Sunday.

But Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams would have taken home the best dressed award – if there was one – after arriving in gorgeous dresses.

The pair, who are both nominated for a prestigious Globe, each brightened up the Chateau Marmont held bash in West Hollywood by sporting colourful dresses.

Blue belle: Jennifer Lawrence looked beautiful in cornflower blue at a celebration for the Golden Globes on Friday in West Hollywood

Jennifer accentuated her stunning curves in a striking cornflower blue creation, which fitted her frame perfectly.

The 22-year-old sensibly let her dress be the centre of attention and kept her accessories simple, with black peep toe heels and a gold box clutch.

Amy followed suit of the Hunger Games star in a figure-hugging emerald green shift dress.

Green goddess: Amy Adams posed with Eddie Redmayne before whipping off her coat to reveal her gorgeous emerald dress

Hollywood hunk: Jennifer’s Silver Linings Playbook co-star Bradley Cooper was also in attendance

Plenty to smile about: Nashville co-stars Connie Britton (L) and Hayden Panettiere no doubt raised a glass to their nominations

She teamed the jewel tone frock with a gold clutch bag and matching sandals, with her famous flame-red locks cascading in waves.

Jennifer
is nominated for a Best Actress gong for her role in Silver Linings
Playbook, while Amy is hoping to take home the Best Supporting Actress
trophy for The Master.

Jennifer’s co-star Bradley Cooper – up for Best Actor – was also on hand in a black suit with black and white gingham shirt.

Shimmering their way inside: (L-R) Camilla Belle, Rachel Zoe and Miranda Kerr all made sure they got noticed

Classic elegance: Lana Del Rey (L) and Marion Cotillard both chose demure outfits for the evening

Ooh la la: Carmen Electra was all about the sex appeal in a backless red dress

They were joined by a host of other stars at the party, which was thrown by Dom Perignon and W Magazine.

Marion Cotillard, who is hoping to take home Best Actress, was a sight for sore eyes in her silky floral ensemble.

Kerry
Washington, who stars in Django Unchained which is up for seven gongs,
wore an unusual black and white jumpsuit under a bright blue blazer.

Bright sparks: Morena Baccarin (L) and Kerry Washington were feeling bold in their eye-catching ensembles

What a cute couple: Dav Patel and Frieda Pinto were beaming from ear to ear as they posed with their arms wrapped around each other

Making friends: Kirsten Dunst (far right) posed up with W Magazine editor-in-chief Stefano Tonchi and designer Kate Mulleavy

A little bit racy: Minnie Driver (L) chose leather trousers while Amber Valletta’s little black dress had sheer sleeves

Connie Britton is also nominated for an award in the form of Best Actress in a TV Drama for Nashville, and chose a lacy dress with black coat and pumps, while her co-star and fellow nominee Hayden Panettiere clashed green and purple hues.

Meanwhile, singer Lana Del Ray kept things modest by sticking to a neutral colour palette, but Carmen Electra was typically all about the sex appeal in a backless scarlet frock.

The event was also attended by the likes of Dev Patel and partner Frieda Pinto, Amber Valletta, Miranda Kerr and Rachel Zoe.

Dressed to impress: Olga Kurylenko (L) and Atlanta de Cadenet slipped on their best dresses for the occasion

In the mood to party: They had only just arrived but (L-R) Marg Helgenberger, Estella Warren and Dreama Walker already appeared to be having a great time

Comfort’s important too: Kelly Rutherford (L) and Whiteny Cummings stood out for the wrong reasons in their very casual outfits

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