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LOS ANGELES — It may only be January, but in Hollywood, fashion springs eternal — or at least endlessly on the red carpet leading into the Golden Globes and its satellite of parties throughout the Beverly Hills Hilton Sunday night. No one...

LOS ANGELES — It may only be January, but in Hollywood, fashion springs eternal — or at least endlessly on the red carpet leading into the Golden Globes and its satellite of parties throughout the Beverly Hills Hilton Sunday night. No one personified the mood better and more radiantly than Uma Thurman, who turned it on in a periwinkle silk jersey dress from the Versace spring collection that literally caused the jaw of Diane Keaton — not to mention the viewers at home — to drop. Even the “Kill Bill” star’s added touches — the colored Manolo Blahnik stilettoed sandals, the tiny Bottega Veneta box clutch and the vintage bling from Fred Leighton and Van Cleef & Arpels —were key trends at the event. For more on the Globes, see WWDGolden Globes section.

This story first appeared in the January 27, 2004 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.