The 2021 Golden Globes have been proof constructive that pink carpet trend is prospering — with or with out an precise carpet.
Practically one 12 months after the world went into lockdown (and a handful of distant awards exhibits later), Hollywood has its peacocking downside sorted.
The answer? Make your personal model guidelines —black tie be damned. Flaunt ’em on Zoom. Sip your cocktail on the sofa whereas accepting that statuette.
On the informal finish of Sunday’s sartorial spectrum was Invoice Murray (didn’t assume he’d snag a spot on a Globes best-dressed listing, did you?).
We’d have solely caught a short, waist-up glimpse of the “On The Rocks” nominee’s tropical-printed shirt as he toasted viewers, martini in hand — however Murray’s informal look nonetheless sparked some much-needed pleasure.
Talking of vibrant, loads of different stars shone in their very own proper. Main the pack was Cynthia Erivo in an eye-popping neon inexperienced Valentino Haute Couture robe, styled with sky-high platforms and Maria Tash jewellery. Regina King continued her streak because the pandemic’s awards-season energy dresser in a customized, asymmetrical Louis Vuitton costume embellished with silver and gold sequins.
Angela Bassett’s feathery, one-shouldered purple Dolce & Gabbana supplied drama with a capital “D.” And Amanda Seyfried served a picture-perfect second in a coral off-shoulder robe by Oscar de la Renta.
Elle Fanning’s silky, mint inexperienced Gucci felt like a literal breath of recent air, as did Dan Levy’s delightfully stunning yellow pantsuit styled with an identical sequin turtleneck and metallic sneakers (all Valentino Haute Couture).
Anya Taylor-Pleasure’s emerald inexperienced robe and matching coat — each customized Dior Haute Couture, styled with Tiffany jewellery — was smooth in silhouette, most in impact.
Rounding out the evening’s star moments was Sarah Paulson, whose customized black Prada frock was paired with a customized purple Prada arm forged (sure, you learn that appropriately).
For these craving princess-inspired threads, ballgowns had massive moments, too: Kaley Cuoco’s glittery, grey Oscar de la Renta channeled severe Cinderella vibes, whereas “Bridgerton” star Nicola Coughlan wowed in layers (and layers) of Molly Goddard’s signature tulle.
In the meantime, nominee Maria Bakalova personified modern flex when she posted an Instagram picture wearing a voluminous pink robe by Giorgio Armani Privé, full with an identical cocktail and clutch.
If this all feels like one massive mashup of celebrities opting to put on the issues they really feel like their greatest selves in — effectively then, that’s exactly the purpose. We’ll elevate a martini to that.