The 47-year-old actress apparently found herself dealing with some last-minute dress drama when her custom Andrew Gn gown was lost before the fancy frock arrived in Los Angeles for Margulies' final fitting.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Good Wife star's gown and other dresses were sent by stylist Cristina Ehrlich's team via an NYC tailor's messaging service, although the designer duds were lost (or stolen) before they reached the West Coast.
Lucky for Margulies, the Paris-based designer was able to create a replacement gown in just four days, and, as we all witnessed, the Emmy-winning actress stole the fashion spotlight when she stunned on the red carpet in her custom black and gold confection.
In addition to making headlines for her stylish ensemble at the Globes, the erstwhile ER star most recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she shared the terrible news that her gorgeous NYC apartment was flooded shortly after it was featured in the February issue of Architectural Digest.
"[The cover] came out the day we got back. We went skiing for Christmas this year," she told Ellen DeGeneres before revealing that an unexpected storm caused a massive delay for the actress, her husband, Keith Lieberthal, and their 6-year-old son, Kieran, on their return home, only to discover that their apartment was completely damaged.
"[Vincent Wolf] is such a great designer," she continued. "The day it came out on the stands, we walked in from our very long 'trying to get back to New York City in a middle of a storm.' Thirty hours, which was fine and the whole time I kept saying to my son, 'We have our health. It's OK. Everything is fine, we have our health.'
"Then we walked in to our brand-new apartment with this [magazine], it was in the mail, and everything was flooded," she revealed. "The whole place had completed flooded from the guy upstairs."
Margulies explained that her neighbor's radiator exploded, which is what caused the flood, but "at least we have pictures."
And a beautiful dress.