Who wore what where: Golden Globes 2015


Funny, I made this same expression while reviewing fashion features at last night’s Golden Globes.

I was left with the following questions:
Why white gloves, Amal?
Has anyone checked Jane Fonda’s (and for that matter, J. Lo’s) attic for a rapidly deteriorating portrait?
Why was everyone on stage sweating?

I give my gold star to Camila Alves McConaughey, in blush Monique Lhullier. An effortless breath of fresh air in the midst of so many missteps!



Best and worst dressed: The Golden Globes

Yay: J. Lo’s white-haute lace fantasy by Zuhair Murad! Kerry Washington in blush Miu Miu! And Nicole Richie in baby blue Naeem Khan!

Not impressed: Halle Berry in printed Versace and Eva Longoria’s “Look at me!” slit, by Pucci.

Nay: Amy Poehler’s shirtless Stella McCartney tuxedo suit, Gabby Douglas’ unfortunate wig/ill-fitting gown combination and Nene Leakes doing her best Oprah impression (GlamMa? Not in this outfit.)

Your thoughts?

In other news, The Carrie Diaries airs on the CW tonight. I live for Carrie Bradshaw, but I think I’ll pass (here’s why).

Best Dressed: 2012 Golden Globes


That sums up last night’s fashion at the Globes.  I saw so many subdued and severe teal, burgundy, navy and dishwater (that dingy marriage of  lavender and beige) trumpet gowns that watching quickly grew boring (best of the crew: Sofia Vergara’s navy Vera Wang).  

Julie Bowen (Modern Family) was lovely in her Grace Kelly-esque Reem Acra nude chiffon gown with jeweled cap sleeves and softly curled hair.  Effortless – although I wish her coiffure had been a touch looser.  Dianna Agron (Glee) was HAUTE in a Giles Deacon fire-engine red laser cut, tiered gown with swan detail, matching pout and minimal jewelry.  Heidi Klum definitely made it work with a simple but deadly beige minimalist Calvin Klein gown with turquoise detail and simple hair.  Paula Patton was a ray of sunshine in Monique Lhuillier.  And Salma Hayek was totally gorgeous in black and gold Gucci with an Art Deco feel (her husband is owner of the luxury goods company which owns the label). 

Double-faced linings were popular, as seen on Natalie Portman in pink and scarlet Lanvin and Angelina Jolie in blood red and white Atelier Versace.

And I’m calling worst dressed a tie between Lea Michele’s pewter Marchesa gown that looked like it was screaming “HEY! Look at ME! I’m wearing a flesh-eating disease!” and (the newly engaged?) Jessica Biel in her Miss Havisham by Valentino wedding gown. Thumbs down.

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Congrats to Alabama native Octavia Spencer on her Best Supporting Actress win for The Help!

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