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In photos: Brown, black and blurple on the Golden Globes red carpet

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Bright colours were out, browns, blacks, greys and other darker colours were in on the Golden Globes red carpet Sunday. Lena Dunham of the TV series "Girls" was right on trend.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus of the series "Veep" brings the brown on the Golden Globes red carpet in Beverly Hills on Sunday.

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Jodie Foster on the red carpet in a blurple gown.

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Actress Olivia Munn is fashionably sombre on the Golden globes red carpet.

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Singer Taylor Swift tried out a new pose on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Naomi Watts of the film "The Impossible" wore burgundy.

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Morena Baccarin of the series "Homeland" also went with darker colours.

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Jessica Alba wore a coral gown, one of the more tenuous splashes of colour on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Jessica Chastain, from the film "Zero Dark Thirty," was one of the lighter moments on the red carpet.

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Rachel Weisz is the long and the short of the evening’s darker fashions trend.

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Actress Eva Longoria does the weird leg move innovated by Angelina Jolie at last year’s Oscar ceremony.

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Actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Keith Urban in matching outfits on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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George Clooney and girlfriend Stacy Keibler also wore matching outfits.

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Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend Casper Smart were also pretty matchy-match.

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Anne Hathaway wore white and saluted George Clooney.

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Robert Pattinson arrives alone at the Golden Globes.

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Leonardo DiCaprio continued to look like an actor from the 1920s at the Golden Globes Sunday.

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Halle Berry broke away from the sombre-gown trend.

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Kerry Washington of the film "Django Unchained" did too.

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Sarah Hyland, from the sitcom "Modern Family," did not.

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Zooey Deschanel of the series "The New Girl" was one of the few to go with a bright colour.

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Bradley Cooper of the film "Silver Linings Playbook" was, like all the men, dressed in the usual tuxedo or dark suit.

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Christoph Waltz is not unchained, fashion-speaking, on the red carpet.

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Actress Michelle Dockery walks sort of like an Egyptian on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Actress Sally Field from the film "Lincoln

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Actress Kelly Lynch vogues in black at the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills opn Sunday.

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Actress Lucy Liu wore a floral gown on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Actress and Golden Globe Awards co-host Amy Poehler on the red carpet.

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Katharine McPhee, from the television series "Smash," arrives at the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on Sunday.

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Socialite Nicole Richie on the Golden Globes red carpet Sunday.

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Alyssa Milano brings a rare splash of colour the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Actors Hugh Dancy and wife Claire Danes, from the television series "Homeland," arrive at the Golden Globes gala Sunday.

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Beglittered Julianne Hough, of the film "Rock of Ages," on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Director Judd Apatow goes traditional on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Thandie Newton on the red carpet.

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Purple-haired Kelly Osbourne arrives at the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California, on Sunday.

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Ariel Winter, from the sitcom "Modern Family," goes with pastels.

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Actress Frances Fisher wore grey to the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on Sunday.

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Claudia Gugino also wore grey.

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Bryan Cranston of the series "Breaking Bad" is a perennial favourite at the Golden Globes.

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