Cleavage reborn at the Golden Globes as 2017 trend

Lily Collins' rose-coloured gown is spectacular.
Lily Collins' rose-coloured gown is spectacular. Jordan Strauss

IT SEEMS we've got our first hot trend of the year - cleavage.

And it's not just regular, run-of-the-mill cleavage - for 2017, it's a right-down-to-your belly button kind of cleavage.

But what else would we expect at the first big awards night of the year?

The 74th annual Golden Globes was held yesterday and all of our favourite celebrities hit the red carpet.

Because I'm biased and Veronica Mars will forever be my favourite TV show of all time, my top pick of the day went to actress Kristen Bell.

She wore a gorgeous black shimmering floor-length gown, complete with the trendy cleavage.

The actress, who now stars in The Good Place, also won points for her hilarious Instagram posts documenting her preparations, poking fun at her "butt pad".

Lily Collins, daughter of Phil Collins, celebrated her first nomination at the Golden Globes for Best Performance by Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy.


She wore a stunning rose-coloured Zuhair Murad Couture gown.

Gwendoline Christie of Game of Thrones fame proved you don't have to be a model on the catwalk to look fashionable, but her co-star Sophie Turner's black and white ensemble didn't quite hit the mark.

Our gorgeous Nicole Kidman dazzled in a floor-length silver see-through gown but Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Felicity Jones' pink dress had too much going on.

Emily Ratajkowski, who starred in Gone Girl, picked up on all the trends - yellow, cleavage, the side split, but there was something not quite right about her dress.

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