Golden Globes 2011 Page 1
Besides being a contributing fashion editor at Harper’s Bazaar and having styled such chic luminaries as Scarlett Johansson, Cate Blanchett, and, yes, the First Lady Michelle Obama, Mary Alice Stephenson is also one of the coolest, most down to earth “fashion people” we’ve ever met.
We may have been preoccupied with the theatrical shoulder flourish on Christina Hendricks‘s red Romona Keveza gown at the Golden Globes, but the real drama had to do with her borrowed Chopard jewels. At some point during her red carpet tour of duty, Hendricks lost one of the two bracelets she wore to the awards. The cost of the piece? $850,000. Yikes.
Even though the fashion and celebrity whirlwind known as The Golden Globes is just a sparkling memory in the Internet’s eye, we know that there are still a fair few people who haven’t had the chance to feast their eyes on the glorious bounty of pinks, greens and sequins that dominated the award shoe’s red carpet yet. And to make it easy for you to dive right in, we’ve collected all of our Golden Globes coverage into one post.
Hayden Panettiere may not have snagged an invite to the main event, but that didn’t stop the actress from hitting up the HBO Golden Globes afterparty. Unfortunately, she suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction that we need to address. In a word (or three): visible nipple pasties.
…Olivia Wilde, hands down. As Justin put it, “It’s like a pair of Louboutins swallowed a box of fireworks.” And though they spent most of the night hidden under the big skirt of her super sparkly Marchesa gown, Wilde certainly made a concerted effort to show them off.
Here’s the thing. While some celebs play it safe on the red carpet, others understand that an event like the Golden Globes is the perfect opportunity to make a statement. And whether that statement is, “I’m too old and too good an actor to mess about with gowns that are absurdly luxurious” or “Most men’s tuxedos are just plain boring, so I’m going to mix it up” — or even “I’m wearing two different colored shoes and there’s not a damn thing you can do about it” — the five actors in this slideshow made big splashes. And they looked really good doing it. And the best part? Some of them weren’t even nominated!
Not everyone can be the best dressed — otherwise we’d have a really messed up concept of “best” wouldn’t we? But it still makes us pretty sad to see that the women who were worst dressed on The Golden Globe’s red carpet last night are normally on our best dressed lists. But there are certain crimes that we cannot forgive, like wearing the wrong dress for the occasion, or simply not living up to one’s own superstar potential. We’ve simply come to expect more from the ladies on this list. And last night, none of them delivered.
Natalie Portman always looks beautiful. But there’s something about this pink gown by Viktor and Rolf that’s throwing us off. Oh, wait. It’s that large (and oh so literal) sparkling red rose in the center of her decolletage.
This year’s Golden Globes red carpet did not disappoint. Sure, there were some misses, but there were also a whole bunch of hits. Trends abound, we saw color and texture and lots of pitch perfect awards show style.
Besides the fact that January Jones‘ red Versace number looked decidedly familiar, it also had a lot (or a little, depending on how you look at it) going on. Between the fringe and the missing fabric, we didn’t know what to do with Jones’ dress. Help us out!
Christina Hendricks has done wonderful things for curvy girls and redheads, but what do you make of her scarlet Romona Keveza one-shoulder gown? We are loving the color, but are on the fence about the shoulder decoration.
The white Valentino dress Halle Berry wore to the 2000 Golden Globes was a game changer. The then nominated actress has since been largely credited with changing the face of the Globe red carpet from casual pantsuits to two-hour glamathon. But what say you to last night’s short in the front, long in the back, lingerie-inspired number by Nina Ricci?
Trends, trends, so many trends! There were quite a few distinct looks that popped up on the Golden Globes red carpet (and Angelina Jolie managed to incorporate three of them into her winning ensemble). Pink, green, flowers and more!
Liveblogging award show red carpets are a thing we like to do, and we want you to watch all the Golden Globes red carpet goodness with us tonight! Ricky Gervais will be hosting the evening’s festivities, but let’s be real: we’re most interested in what everyone will be wearing. So join us back here at 6 p.m. EST, and get ready for some serious red carpet style talk!
The epic Rachel Zoe/Taylor Jacobson split has been well-documented, and it looks like RZ and Tay will go head-to-head once again. However, this time the duel won’t take place on reality TV — it will go down at two of the year’s biggest awards shows.
Sofia Vergara may not make it to the Golden Globes this Sunday. Like Christina Hendricks before her, the Modern Family star is having trouble finding something to wear — and not because she’s picky, but because none of the designer samples fit her.
Yes, dear readers, film awards season is upon us! You can expect day-of preshow liveblogging and morning-after red carpet roundups in the months to come, but for now we will satisfy your cinematic style needs with an analysis of the fashion found in your favorite Golden Globe Best Picture nominees.