Tina Fey ‘co-hosted’ from NYC’s The Rainbow Room and Amy Poehler from L.A.’s Beverly Hilton, as yet another round of well-known celebrities wore some of the very best-known designers of lace, and chiffon (but no latex unfortunately). Award shows like the 78th Golden Globes are not exactly where cosplayers are going to get much inspiration, but there were some fascinating displays…and a few super cool accessorizing.
While Jodie Foster and her wife stayed comfy at home in pj’s and Jason Sudeikis his hoodie, lots of other actors dressed for the event, some in person at the event, still others at home. Cynthia Erivo was dressed in a bright neon green umbrella dress. Along with the mesh frock and full-skirt of this Valentino Haute Couture, the lady accessorized in metallic platform heels sitting atop 10-inch heels.
Of the deep décolletage displayed, Jamie Lee Curtis pretty much had everyone beat in her bright yellow Alex Perry with long sleeves, and a oh-so plunging neckline. Kenan Thompson in his olive-colored suit, Dany Levy in his yellow wool jacket and pants, and Jon Batiste in a bright and wild Pyer Miss jacket pulled off the classy looks for men. Gal Gadot went with a short white tunic sporting sheer sleeves and turtleneck. And Kate Hudson, at home on her couch surrounded by family, wore a Louis Vuitton glittering corset over black satin.
Although Cynthia Erivo’s shoes were, without a doubt, fantastic, alternative, and probably more than slightly dangerous to walk in, Laura Dern certainly brought her A-game when it came to her shoe wear. Wearing a tailored Givenchy pantsuit/tux, the Twin Peaks/Big Little Lies actress accessorized in pumps with sharp pointy toes and metallic silver studs all around them.
One wonders how, with all this sartorial splendor, Al Pacino could take a nap.