The 2013 cinema award season has officially kicked start with the arrival of the first major events in the calendar, the Golden Globes. And what’s an award show without its beautiful attendants flaunting their thousands-bucks loaned couture under the shower of photogs’ flashes?
Still, with that thousands of bucks quotation some stars still managed to appear tres atrocious. Well, I’m not gonna talk about them here. This post is here solely for my favorite looks of the night. Beware of the pretty; sequins, flowy trains, floral prints, ahead!
Lea Michele (Glee) in Elie Saab Spring 2012 Couture. Her, disliked. That dress, total major LOVE. I like how her baked skin sort of magnify the pure white glow of the dress’ sequins. For once she managed to appear un-tacky. Good step in the right direction, Lea!
Anne Hathaway (Les Miserables) in Chanel Spring 2009. To be honest, I feel that this number is pretty but dull. However, Annie wore her smile and confidence like a million dollar couture that I cannot help but be mesmerized by the overall effect of her appearance. Also, congratulations to Anne for her first Golden Globes trophy! Oscar next, baby!
Sarah Hyland (Modern Family) in Max Azria Atelier. One of the rare black color appearance that night. And this one’s a favorite. It just exudes elegance from head to toe.
Halle Berry (Cloud Atlas) in Atelier Versace Fall 2012. People are pretty divisive over this look but I am firmly on the Pro side, Jolie-inspired leg thrust notwithstanding. Love the very spring feel it exudes: the flowy material, the print, and the pink tones. I can definitely picture a dressed-down version of this number worn to the beach or a picnic in the sun.
Thandie Newton in Gilen Spring 2012. Quite the casual choice for a formal night but, again, sequins love! The pink ballerina shoes kind of clashed with the warm grey but it makes her look more youthful anyway.
Lucy Liu (Elementary) in Carolina Herrera Pre-Fall 2013. Floral! Print! Nuff said.
Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) in Alexandre Vauthier Fall 2012. It so happens that my two utmost favorite looks of the night came from the same designer. This one here worn by the ethereal Ms. Dockery and the one below by Heidi Klum. Classic white-and-gold ensemble taken to another level is all I’m sayin’.
Heidi Klum (Project Runway). Doesn’t this dress give you all the feels?! So simple yet so regal. This is hands down the best red carpet attire of the night. And Heidi pulled it off with aplomb (well, she’s Heidi) by wisely not over-accessorizing. Have I mentioned perfect hair too?