Adele wore a black gown with a hand-beaded neckline by Burberry’s Christopher Bailey, and Rachel Weisz’s black Louis Vuitton dress had a sheer peek-a-boo neckline and hemline.
The best black might have belonged to Katharine McPhee. Her modern black high-slit gown with a plunging V-neck was by Olivier Theyskens for Theory.
Adding sparkle to anything-but-basic black was Kate Hudson, wearing a high-neck, sexy keyhole black gown with gold embroidery, and Nicole Kidman, in a gown with a stretch-mesh bodice and gold beading. Both were by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.
Anne Hathaway went in the opposite direction in an unfussy beaded white look by Chanel.
Douglas was underwhelmed by Hathaway, who looked, she said, “a little blah.”
Jennifer Lopez’s champagne-colored lace gown by Zuhair Murad was just what you’d expect from J.Lo: a second skin. Sofia Vergara veered a little from her signature mermaid gown in a black sparkly strapless with a straighter skirt, but she didn’t lose any va-va-voom. The glitzy platinum-and-diamond earrings by Lorraine Schwartz didn’t hurt, either.
Megan Fox in Dolce & Gabbana, Amy Adams in Marchesa and Hayden Panettiere in Roberto Cavalli went with more delicate blush-colored gowns. Amanda Seyfried struck a vintage vibe in the same palette in a high-neck gown covered in lace by Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Vera Wang sweetheart gown was delicate blush covered with black lace and a floral Chantilly lace overlay.
“I’d rather be nippy than boiling hot. No, I’m not wearing any leggings or long underwear,” she said.
She also said she purposely picked simple jewelry _ including 11-carat diamond drop earrings and a diamond, onyx-and-ruby ring by Fred Leighton _ because she wanted to honor the craftsmanship of the dress.
Debra Messing said it was the New York setting of her show, “Smash,” that influenced her selection of a black Donna Karan strapless gown.
The women of “Girls” are wading their way through their first year of the circuit: Lena Dunham’s tattoo peeked out of her Zac Posen off-the-shoulder gown, and Alison Williams showed a sophisticated side in J. Mendel’s black halter-neck gown.
Michael J. Fox’s family had a unified look _ all in Ralph Lauren. Of course, it’s Tracy Pollan’s one-shoulder purple dress that set the standard.
But InStyle’s Rubenstein, who says himself that he doesn’t pay much attention to men’s fashion at awards shows, gave a shout-out to the Golden Globes guys, especially Hugh Jackman, in Louis Vuitton, and Damian Lewis, in Burberry.
“They are worth talking about,” Rubenstein said.View Entire Story
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