Hirsch: “If the Golden Globes were any indication, we're in the midst of a new Hollywood Gilded Age when it comes to fashion. Everyone from Emma Stone to Quinta Brunson sparkled in light-catching outfits. Taylor Swift wore a reputation-boosting green sequin gown.
A group of celebs wore red: Da'Vine Joy Randolph in a Rodarte peplum and frills at her low-cut neckline, and Alma Pöysti in a glossy off-shoulder piece and full ballgown skirt. Heidi Klum styled a strapless red crew outfit with a large high-slit skirt. Selena Gomez, also in red, wore a funny dress with an asymmetrical hemline above the knee.
Rachel Brosnahan (Sergio Hudson), Julianne Moore (Bottega Veneta), Florence Pugh (Valentino), Danielle Brooks (Moschino), and Ayo Edebiri (Prada) donned crimson. Both Barry Keoghan of “Saltburn” in Louis Vuitton and John Krasinski, who wore a sparkling crimson jacket with purple pants, stood out.
I like how each carpet color pops. We've seen yellow and pink, but red is a classic red carpet hue, said People's editorial director for style and beauty Andrea Lavinthal. She always has interesting hair, and tonight was no exception. Hirsch said her stylish blonde hair and 80s-rockstar style were punk perfection, and her transparent Valentino gown drew attention this evening.
Julia Garner wore Gucci's heavy ornamentation and cut-out sides in a provocative style. Pamella Roland spring/summer 2024 metallic orange was Issa Rae's choice. It had geometric tile sequins. Oprah wore a fitting long-sleeve gown to celebrate the cinematic adaption of “The Color Purple” musical. A draped neckline and geometric embroidery adorned the ensemble. Custom Louis Vuitton. A Dior Couture sequin garden adorned Natalie Portman.
Most guys wore solids. Not Chris Perfetti. He went shirtless with bright pinstripes and a large black rose on one lapel. Tyler James Williams of Dolce & Gabbana used cream flowers. Jeffrey Wright wore a black tux. Kravitz wore a black, wide-legged Alexander McQueen jumpsuit with side cutouts.
According to Esquire associate style commerce editor Trishna Rikhy, Barry Keoghan and Jonathan Bailey had the evening's most fascinating outfits. Keoghan's jacket and slacks have clashing designs in the same shade of red, and Bailey's is clean and fitted in white. After Hollywood's lengthy monochrome (all black) tradition, these colorful monochromatic styles are refreshing.
Meryl Streep’s flowing black skirt and jacket with a white pussy bow top and Natasha Lyon’s white gown with a spiky neckline that peeked over her neck were odd.
Billie Eilish, with red and black hair, wore eyeglasses and a white shirt, brown skirt, and large black jacket to school. Willy Chavarria styled her. Jodie Foster played the same school marm in a party outfit with a high sequined collar and waist belt over a pleated skirt. The designer: Alberta Ferretti.
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