January 13, 2014

Golden Globes 2014: Noteworthy Take One


The belle of the ball. Jennifer Lawrence was Kitty and Anna wrapped up in one white whirlwind. And she got her Vronsky in form of the Golden Globe for best supporting actress. America's sweetheart looked totally sweet. I love this Dior gown. And think the memes going round are just from envious cads. Bryanboy. You included. Seriously, you would wear this dress in a heartbeat you cow.

Helen Mirren in Jenny Packham. Milan Kunis in Gucci. These two ladies are totally en pointe: modern, divine. What more is there to say? My absolute favorites. Miles's gown has a stark cut offset by the softest silkiest chiffon conjuring up isadora Duncan. Ms. Mirren's gown is more conventional in cut but again, uses the softer chiffon turning it into a dress of movement and light.

Cate Blanchett in Armani Privé. Not a huge fan of the lace&sheer look yet this gown manages the "everywhere" trend with the discreet charm of Armani. Lovely Ms. Blanchett and congratulations on your Golden Globe win.

Julianna Margulies in Andrew Gn. This has got to be one of the prettiest looks she has ever worn and in my top three of the evening. Head-to-toe thoroughly modern Julianna. Side part, low chignon. The gown's cut is trendy (capped sleeves, daring but not crass décolleté, balloon skirt) with elements of mild ostentation ( the gold embroidery) The cut, fit and fabric used with precision. Impeccably tailored but you don't fidget when you look at it. Looks comfortable. You know; for a gown.

Zoe Saldana in Prabal Gurung. Dresses and gowns always look better in movement. Like when you see them live or on HD TV. Stills don't do them justice. We don't love the bottom half of the dress so much but Ms. Saldana looked so pretty presenting - the top half so beckoning and charmingly coy - we didn't even notice weird pink shit going on below.

images courtesy of USmag and The Hollywood Reporter


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