The 68th Annual Golden Globes, where the Hollywood Foreign Press honor the best of movies and television, took place tonight (the nominees and winners can be seen here). Ricky Gervais was entertainingly brutal as the host and Hollywood’s creme-de-la-creme attended.
As often is the case with award shows, the fashions are as fun to critique as the nominees. Below are what I felt were the Best and Worst dressed, along with gowns grouped by color, for your perusal.
To see the designers and the jewelers for the images below, go here.
The following actresses were donning elegant, age-appropriate, well-fitting, tasteful and simply beautiful gowns.
Claire Danes and Lea Michele:
Dianna Agron and Nicole Kidman:
Tacky, ugly, bizarre and/or just plain unflattering.
Tilda Swinton and Christina Aguilera:
and although the dress isn’t horrible, Julie Stiles looks about 70 years old:
and Gabourey Sidibe donned a sparkly muumuu:
Emerald and Forest Green were a choice for four of the evening’s actresses.
Pales By Comparison
Pale, if not drab, shades of ivory, peach, pink, taupe and soft grey were very popular. And very blah.
Navy, Periwinkle and Cadet blue were seen on the following.
Pratt Institute and Ralph Pucci International presented “Pratt + Paper & Ralph Pucci,” an exclusive exhibition preview of paper designs by fashion design, fine arts, industrial design, and interior design students from Pratt’s School of Art and Design on Tuesday, December 7th at the Ralph Pucci International Gallery Nine Showroom in New York. Read more
above: original white glazed figurine on left and Gareth Pugh edition on right
To celebrate their 260th anniversary, Porzellen Manufaktur Nymphenberg (Nymphemberg Porcelain manufacturers) invited 16 of the internationally most renowned couturiers to create new “robes” for the 16 Commedia Dell’Arte figures by the rococo sculptor, Franz Anton Bustelli. These figurines, which at the time made Nymphenburg world famous and which to this day count among its most valuable treasures, are being re-issued in a Couture Edition that is limited to 25 copies. Read more
The following car covers, each designed to fit an Alfa Romeo Brera, were commissioned by and created exclusively for Intersection Magazine. Participating in the project were Maison Martin Margiela, Bless, Richard James, Adam Kimmel, Visvim and Ksubi. Each design is both reflective of the designer and the city they represent.
Maison Martin Margiela (Paris)
Richard James (London)
Adam Kimmel (New York)
all images and information courtesy of Intersection Magazine
I have written about beautifully hairy bodies before when I introduced you to several sexy hairy chests and a new book. Read more