It was a golden night for smokin’ hotties last night. There were some winners and, of course, there were some losers. But all in all, the fash was pretty strong.
Let’s break it down, with my top ten in descending order.
Alicia Vikander in Nicholas Ghesquiere for Louis Vuitton. Hands down favorite. I literally choked because I gasped so hard when I saw her. And, maybe its because I have such a hugh (HUGE!) girl crush on her. And maybe it’s because this is so restrained and clean and elegant . . . and perfect. And I get that ingenue is a delicate pitch – but she nailed it.
Zendaya in Marchesa. I love Zendaya. She has an amazing sense of personal style. And, more than that, I am so impressed that she takes seriously her position as a role model for really young girls and how she tries to be a good example. That is to say — she is really young and she has rejected the sex pot route. And, that is great, but we would not be talking about her if her fashion sense was not incredibly strong. And, this??? This is amazeballs. Love.
Jennifer Lawrence in Dior. When I first saw this I was not sure whether it wasn’t a smidge mature, but as I studied it I realized that it’s not mature – just old school Hollywood glamour . . . and I love it. And, the cut-outs save it from being mature, really. She looks amazing and gorgeous gets an A+ for this.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Atelier Versace. She got it right on all notes. She’s got a lot to work with, to be sure, but she definitely knows what works for her . . . from hair to makeup to dress style to dress color to every detail . . . she got it all right. And, I’m now thinking about cutting my hair into a long bob . . . And maybe losing 25 lbs. . . And getting a spray tan. . .
Brie Larson in Calvin Klein Collection. Maybe the best she has ever looked on the carpet. Like Rosie, this dress just screams Golden Globes perfection. Why do I love a gold dress at an award show? Why is it not a cliche? I don’t know but it’s not. And her hair looked refined but youthful and just right. Well done.
Kirsten Dunst in Valentino. Now, I am not going to lie . . . when she first got out of the car and all I saw was her . . . ample bosom (as my mother would say) I thought “No.” And, then, I got a better look and I saw her throughout the evening in the Beverly Hilton and she really looked ravishing . . . well played.
Kate Bosworth in Dolce Gabbana. I am a huge fan of her work . . . in street style and on the carpets. I am not sure I know any movies she’s ever been in but, man, she can rock a red carpet. This pink pailletted column was gorgeous and played even better on TV than it did on the carpet. Her hair and make-up were pitch perfect.
Jane Fonda in Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent Couture. I am quite sure there are probably more of you who disagree with me on this than agree, but this really is amazing. I love this dress. It is so cool and just divine. And so age appropriate. She is in her 70s!! Wow. Just wow. This dress showcases her amazing bod and covers what need to be covered.
J. Lo in Giambattista Valli. Girl. Got. Game. Word.