Monday, January 18, 2010

golden globes red carpet highlights...


I'll admit I didn't stay home on Sunday evening to watch the Golden Globes. It's sort of a pain to sit through all the
blah to hear the awards speeches, when really all I care about is the dresses.
Truely the best part of the whole show is watching the red carpet interviews on E! before the awards even start.
This year it was a bit rainy, so the celebs were posing with their umbrellas. My fav shot? This one of D. Krugs and JJ. I die.
So without further ado, let's browse the pretty.
It's no secret I love Diane Kruger. She never fails to bring real high fashion to the red carpet. This Christian Lacroix Haute Couture gown is a bold choice, but she has the poise and elegance to pull it off. It also doesn't hurt to have Joshua Jackson holding her umbrella.
Be more radient, Julia Roberts. She's wearing a vintage YSL dress and Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry. This look is right up my alley. I love the simplicity of a short black dress with long sleeves, her middle part and soft waves - and of course - that necklace. I think it's a very chic alternative to an over-the-top couture gown and fancy up-do.
Jennifer Garner looks gorgeous in this silver Versace gown.
Love, love Sandy Bullock, and I love this pretty purple Bottega Venetta dress. I love that the bottom is slightly sheer, and that shade of violet works perfectly with her hair and skin. I also love the grey/nude nails. All I can say, is that I wish her hair looked a little more... not all on one side.
Kate Hudson looks great in this white Marchesa gown, and I love her earrings, but I really could pass on the shoes. She's definitely working the umbrella, though.
Usually I am not ok with dresses that are really close to skin-color, and I also usually dislike Maggie Gyllenhaal, but here I am, making exceptions all over the place. Love the dress, it looks amazing on her (the fit!), her hair looks simple and pretty - the whole package is glamorous and chic.
Toni Collette and Anna Paquin rocked long, gold, sparkly gowns with their blond up-dos. I like.
Hands-down my favorite look of the night was Marion Cotilard in Chrisian Dior. Her gown was constructed and delicate at the same time, and I loved all the detail as well as the dark green color. C'est parfait, non?

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