'It's a golden night for us': Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt scoop award for best dressed couple

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By Iona Kirby

Stealing the show: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were the best-dressed couple on the Golden Globes red carpet

They may have lost out on Golden Globe awards, but Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie scooped the gong for the best dressed couple on the red carpet.

Angelina wowed in a floor-length cream satin gown with a side slit that cut up to her thigh.

The asymmetric dress by Atelier Versace had a red fold across the chest, which Angelina, 36, matched with a miniature clutch bag and some bright pillarbox lipstick.


A perfect fit: Angelina's Atelier Versace dress boasted an interesting shape and colour combination

The interesting cut of the dress showed off Angelina's tiny frame thanks to its structured top, ruching at the waist and flowing skirt.

She also tied her brunette locks in an elegant bun and slipped some cream peep toe high heels onto her feet to complete the stunning look.

Brad, 48, wore a classic tuxedo by Tom Ford, with satin lapels and a bow tie to the star-studded event.

Already winners: The stylish couple are rumoured to be presenting an award, and are also both nominated for Globes

Elegant: Angelina opted for a classic bun to complete her look

'It's a golden night for us,' he told E! host Ryan Seacrest, referring to the pair's double nomination.

Brad was up for Best Actor in a Drama and Best Motion Picture Drama for Moneyball, which he produced and starred in.

However, he lost out to his close friend George Clooney, who was joined at the event by his girlfriend Stacy Keibler.

Golden couple: The pair both presented awards during the ceremony

George had introduced Brad's film Moneyball at the ceremony, while Brad returned the favour and introduce The Descendants.

The actor is still walking with the aid of a cane following a knee injury, after he apparently slipped and fell while taking care of daughter Vivienne.

Meanwhile Angelina's directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, was nominated in the Best Foreign Language Film category.

It takes two: George Clooney and Stacy Keibler are another power couple gracing the red carpet for the Golden Globes

Date night: Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban posed up for photographers at the awards, as did Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault

When asked about the film, she said: 'I was nervous about people in Bosnia seeing it who survived war and rape.'

'It's a very difficult subject matter, it's done in a foreign language, and with people nobody knows,'she explained.

'These are difficult times and people don't often want to watch difficult movies in difficult times, but it's important to revisit this history no matter, so we pushed forward and made it.'

Pretty in pink: Natalie Portman attended with her husband Benjamin Millepied, with whom she has a son Aleph

Coordinating: Len Wiseman and Kate Beckinsale, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham made sure they didn't clash while posing for photographers

Angelina's film did not win, however, with that honour going to Iranian film A Separation.

She did make an appearance on stage though, presenting the Best Director for Motion Picture honour to Martin Scorsese for Hugo.

Looking good! Josh Brolin and Diane Lane looked sleek and smart as they smiled for photographers

Happy couples: Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Walsh, who revealed they are expecting twins, and Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr

Happily married: Seth Rogen lets his wife Lauren Miller shine in a bright yellow dress while he looks smart in his tuxedo