Carolina Herrera's Hat Trick For Tina Fey At The Golden Globes 2014

Carolina Herrera's Hat Trick For Tina Fey At The Golden Globes 2014

The designer created three custom-made dresses for the comedienne and Golden Globes host

Carolina Herrera has already had her work cut out this awards season, since she made not one, not two, but three bespoke gowns for Golden Globes 2014 host, Tina Fey.

This was the second year Tina Fey had co-hosted the Golden Globes with fellow funny woman, Amy Poehler, and so it's no surprise that she wanted to be dressed by a designer she knew and trusted - Carolina Herrera has been Tina Fey's designer of choice since the 2002 Oscars, and the comedienne has worn her frequently on the red carpet ever since.

WWD reports that the fashion designer and Tina Fey started collaborating on the red carpet looks three months ago, when the 30 Rock star was presented with a clutch of sketches from Herrera.

Once she had whittled her favourites down, Tina Fey opted for three amazing dresses for the night. Yes, the Saturday Night Live comic had three outfit changes during the ceremony, which had record viewers of  20.9 million.

tina Fey at the Oscars 2012

For her red carpet entrance, Tina stunned in a dramatic black and fuchsia rose-print jacquard column gown before swapping into an embellished V-neck burgundy number to open the awards ceremony. Finally, Tina Fey chose to close the show in another bright pink strapless gown, accessorised with a well-earned glass of champagne in her hand.

Tina clearly knows what suits her, and, given the positive reviews she and Amy Poehler received for their hosting skills, we think we'll be seeing the comic wearing many more gowns by Ms Herrera in the future. And maybe she'll be collecting her own award, soon.

By Olivia Marks

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