07 Jan 2018

2018 Golden Globes Red Carpet

Normally, I start this post as soon as the awards show ends, but I knew that this year was going to take a little bit longer. In fact, I cleared the entire rest of my night to write this post because I wanted to take extra care of it. I also didn’t want to fuck this up. Before we get into what everyone wore, I want to say how difficult it is to write this post. Everyone. EVERYONE was extremely beautiful and elegant and this year, it wasn’t about the gowns at all because the color black symbolized something more. It was a movement of women who stood together supporting each other against sexual harassment, sexual assault, gender inequality, unequal pay for women, and so much more. Why is this list even as long as it is? It’s frustrating, isn’t it? We’re also not focusing on significant others and dates to the awards show because this year many actresses chose to bring along with them activists and strong women in this world who are leading these efforts everywhere.

This time around, we’re going to do things a little bit differently. What will stay the same – the photos and the designer. But I’m keeping my critiques to myself because I just don’t think that on a night like this and an award show as amazing as this one was this evening, that we need any more criticism towards women and how they are dressed. And maybe we’ll choose to continue to do it this way from now on.

What I’m really excited to focus on in this post is how these stylists and actresses rose up to the challenge of wearing these black gowns and making it their own. They added pops of color, accessorized, and emphasized their hair and makeup instead of letting the gowns speak entirely for them. Except in a way, they did – powerfully. It will be hard to select my favorites, which I’ll share on my Instagram Stories later on this evening.

And while this evening was moving and inspiring, it’s a reminder to me that there’s still a lot of work to do. That there are men in that audience that are not supporters and instead abusers that have not been called out yet. That while we shifted the focus on the red carpet to not ask about who they were wearing, reporters were not asking enough men about what they were going to do to support the #TimesUp movement or how they felt about it. Very few wore anything, but black on the red carpet, but is this the same “fall-in-line” culture just repeating itself again? Also, wearing a uniform black dress doesn’t solve the problem(s). In high school, these sort of things were just called spirit days. (sorry was that harsh)

There’s a lot to unpack probably in the coming months, but we don’t gotta do that tonight…

Tracee Ellis Ross in Marc Jacobs

Debra Messing wearing Christian Siriano

Allison Williams in Armani Prive

Kelly Clarkson wearing Christian Siriano

Catherine Zeta-Jones in Zuhair Murad Couture

Alexis Bledel in Oscar de la Renta

Mandy Moore wearing Rosie Assoulin

Caleb McLaughlin of Stranger Things

Jamie Chung in Ermanno Scervino

Claire Foy in Stella McCartney

Milo Ventimiglia wearing Ermenegildo Zegna Couture

Allison Brie in Vassilis Zoulias – pants AND a dress!

My BB Nick Jonas

Dakota Johnson in Gucci

Chrissy Metz in Sachin & Babi

Jessica Biel in Dior Couture

Sarah Paulson in Calvin Klein

Amy Poehler in Greta Constantine with Saru Jay Araman

Christina Hendricks in Christian Siriano

Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton

Issa Ray in Prabal Gurung

Finn Wolfhard in Saint Laurent

Jude Law in Saint Laurent

Frankie Shaw

Jessica Chastain in Giorgio Armani

Zoe Kravitz in Saint Laurent

Allison Janney

James Franco

Kendall Jenner in Giambattista Valli

Connie Britton

Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji

Kerry Washington in Prabal Gurung

Michelle Pfeiffer

Millie Bobby Brown in Calvin Klein

Diane Kruger in Prada

Saoirse Ronan in Atelier Versace

America Ferrera in Christian Siriano with Natalie Portman in Dior

Mariah Carey in Dolce & Gabbana

Zac Efron

Gal Gadot in Tom Ford

Greta Gerwig in Oscar de la Renta

Aziz Ansari wearing Ermenegildo Zegna

Emilia Clarke in Miu Miu

Reese Witherspoon in Zac Posen

Nicole Kidman in Givenchy

Halle Berry

Naomi Campbell

Sarah Jessica Parker in Dolce & Gabbana

Penelope Cruz

Neil Patrick Harris in Tom Ford

Angelina Jolie wearing Versace

Margot Robbie in Gucci

Laura Dern in Giorgio Armani

Maggie Gyllenhaal in Monse

Kate Hudson in Valentino

Eva Longoria

Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton with former tennis player Billie Jean King

Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton with Tarana Burke

Viola Davis in Brandon Maxwell

Elisabeth Moss in Dior

Meryl Streep in Vera Wang with NDWA Director Ai-jen Poo

Rachel Brosnahan in Vionnet

Tonya Harding

Katherine Langford in Prada

Emma Watson with Imkaan Executive Director Marai Larasi

Susan Sarandon in Saint Laurent with Rosa Clemente

Salma Hayek with Ashley Judd



Posted on January 7, in Style

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