Golden Globe Awards 2016: All The Red Carpet Shoes You Couldn’t See

The stars looked fantastic on the Golden Globes red carpet, but their sweeping gowns concealed their beautiful footwear. Luckily, there were plenty we could see: Amy Schumer’s Prabal Gurung pumps, Jennifer Lopez’s Jimmy Choo pumps and Wiz Khalifa’s Gucci loafers.

FN  is providing a glimpse at the shoes you couldn’t see. Kate Hudson wore a pair of custom dyed Giuseppe Zanotti satin platform sandals, made to match her shimmering Michael Kors gown. Maria Menounos also wore Zanotti with her fitted gown.

Kate Hudson Golden Globes Red Carpet 2016Kate Hudson paired Giuseppe Zanotti platforms with her Michael Kors dress. Getty Images.
Kate Hudson Golden Globes Red Carpet 2016A closer look at Kate Hudson’s Giuseppe Zanotti shoes. Getty Images.

“Jane the Virgin” actress Gina Rodriguez brought the Hollywood glam in her Zac Posen ball gown, but it covered her Jimmy Choo Patsy platform sandals. Rosie Huntington-Whitely also opted for Jimmy Choo, topping off her gold gown with the label’s Minnie sandals.

Zendaya’s tiered Marchesa dress hid a pair of Ruthie Davis spring ’16 Trophy platform sandals. Lady Gaga is known to be a fan of Brian Atwood’s heels, but at the Globes her velvet Versace gown hid her shoes by the designer.

ZendayaZendaya’s gorgeous Marchesa dress concealed her Ruthie Davis Trophy sandals. Getty Images.
Ruthie DavisZendaya’s Ruthie Davis Trophy sandals. Courtesy of brand.

Click through the gallery to get a look at more red carpet shoe styles you couldn’t see.

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