January 12, 2014

Golden Globes Red Carpet Rundown

Veterans for the win at tonight's Golden Globes. Helen Mirren in Jenny Packham, Cate Blanchett in Armani, and Julianna Marguiles in Andrew Gn (my all-time favorite from the night) all prove that you can walk the carpet countless times and still look beautiful (don't miss the close up of Helen Mirren's earings). I'm all about classic glamour, and these ladies have it perfected. 

But leave it to the young'ins (all born in the 90s) to keep things fresh. Emma Watson took a big gamble with this business in front, party in the back Dior ensemble, and I love it. I would have chosen different shoes, but she looks stunning. Hermione, you work your magic girl.

Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick's daughter Sosie was "Ms. Golden Globe," and looked appropriately statuesque.

Margot Robbie's Gucci dress isn't done justice in this photo - the gemstone detailing was just the right amount of sparkle and anyone who can pull off that kind of plunging neckline and thigh-high slit while still keeping it classy deserves some big-time recognition. 

Taylor Swift and Julie Bowen in Carolina Herrera prove that once again if I had to pick one designer for the red carpet (for all those red carpets I've walked), it would be her. She knows how to dress a woman. 

But it wasn't all pretty women. Why, Julia, why? I love you, but Brooks Brothers wants its shirt back. 

Hayden Panettiere in Tom Ford is tragic. 1996 senior prom meets Sonic the Hedgehog hair. 

Paula Patton reminds me of a toilet paper bride gone wrong (you know you've played that game). There are no "blurred lines," this is bad fashion in action. Fire. Your. Stylist.

And Heidi Klum (in Marchesa) - I've got two words for you. "You're out." Have you learned anything from Tim Gunn? A choker, really?

And it wouldn't be awards season without J Law. I've got mixed emotions about this Dior...for obvious reasons. That being said, anyone who can wear a band across their behind and still look good deserves a free pass.

And then there's this. Carry on. 

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