Golden Globes 2020 Red Carpet Recap

You’ve seen it on tv, insta and twitter, but if you happened to miss it, the red carpet rolled out for the Golden Globes last night. Ricky Gervais hosted in his usual derisive manner that seemed to upset all of the attendees throughout his comedic charade.  On a personal note, I appreciated a few of his fatalistic quips but was more thrilled when Kate McKinnon spoke on Ellen Degeneres paving the way for LGBTQ movement, Michelle Williams used the stage to eloquently speak on women’s rights, and when Bong Joon Ho declared that a one inch tall barrier of subtitles shouldn’t hold anyone back from broadening their film consumption. There were more pivotal moments but I am going to circle back to the fashion now….

Zoey Deutsch in custom Fendi.

Deutsch’s stylist Elizabeth Stewart pulled the right move here with this custom Fendi pantsuit and its plunging neck, billowing bishop sleeve and wide in the most beautiful golden hue. Complimentary sapphire jewelry and a clean chop completed the look.

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Scarlett Johansson in custom Vera Wang.

This look is stunning and suits her. I love the classic column shape contrasted by the massive back bow detail. Her hair simple hair and makeup and classic diamond jewels allow the crimson colored gown to be the star of the show!

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Jody Comer in Mary Katranzou.

Chic and bold in an emerald A-line puff sleeve gown. Side swiped hair and elegant diamond clusters keep this dress as the standout which not just anyone could pull off as elegantly as she does.

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Kerry Washington in Altuzarra.

This look is completely opposite of Altuzarra’s generally conservative french style. Super chic and sexy. I love it.

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J.Lo in Valentino.

She likes to make a statement and half of the time it works but not this time. I think Valentino has been off beat for a few seasons but this is flat out terrifying. Too much volume and the wrong color combination. The jewelry would have looked better with a classic black gown, and the hair is so overdone. Braids are for daytime, not the red carpet, and multiple rows of tightly braided extensions just shouldn’t be done. Ever.

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Ellen DeGeneres in Celine.

Hedi is pushing Celines’ understand classicism to new heights but Ellen looked ready for the night in this shimmering pantsuit and oxfords.

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Tom Hanks in Tom Ford…

Is totally deserving of the Cecil B. Demille award and this classic velvet tux.

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Sienna Miller in Gucci.

This silhouette is a tough one to pull off but when you look like SM, you can do it. The pastel, retro color story in gorgeous silk draping feels cool but formal.

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Bel Powley in Miu Miu.

I like how she chose this lady like periwinkle statement on the red carpet.

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Gwyneth in custom Fendi.

Did I save the best for last? Depends on who you ask. To me, Gwyneth looks like perfection in this tucked, tiered and layered Fendi gown. The heavy diamonds layered under delicate tulle, the sheer sienna color and her straight hair slicked back certainly stands out- and I don’t care that her backside was out for the world to see. This entire look knocked it our of the park for me, although I think Gwyneth would look chic in a paper bag….

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