Golden Globes 2012: The Highlights

January 15, 2012


Movies, schmoovies. I know the Globes really is all about the acting, but the red carpet two hours before the awards is all about the DRESSES.

Sorry, gentlemen. You all look handsome in your tuxedos, but, quite frankly, we’d like to see you OUT of the tuxedos more than in them. *cough*

Here were my personal highlights from the red carpet arrivals.

Claire Danes in J. Mendel

Charlize Theron in Dior Couture

Evan Rachel Wood in Gucci

Kate Beckinsale in Roberto Cavalli

Emma Stone in Lanvin

Salma Hayek in Gucci

Winner for most flawless, luminous complexion in the history of the WORLD:

Frida Pinto. THE END.

Best hair that I want immediately if not sooner:

Nicole Ritchie. GIMME.

Most covetable earrings as well as red hair:

Julianne Moore. Bulgari emerald tassel earrings. PENCILS DOWN.

Who were your standouts?

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4 Responses to “Golden Globes 2012: The Highlights”

  1. Mir Says:

    I cannot agree with you on Claire Danes. I felt like that dress made her look boxy (which she isn’t!), plus I’m just not a fan of bralessness, especially under a white top. Pokey nipples aren’t elegant.

    I thought both of the teenage girls from Modern Family looked perfect; age-appropriate and gorgeous.

    Poor Madonna. Did no one tell her that her dress didn’t fit??

    • Pam Says:

      Every time I saw a shot of Madonna I held my breath. (1) Because it looked like SHE had to and (2) because my G-D I was waiting for her breasts to come through the screen in some awful 3-D experience.

      Let the girls breathe, honey! You’re not a 34A.

      Agree on the Modern Family girls – fresh and appropriate. How novel!

      Regardless of Danes’ execution of the dress, I still love the moderness of it. Not sure I see the boxiness part – but in all honesty the back is better than the front. 🙂

  2. elz Says:

    I haven’t seen all the dresses yet, but I loved Evan Rachel Wood, Emma Stone, and Clare Danes. Others I really liked were Helen Mirren and Swinton (SERVING IT!), and Diane Lane (flawless).

    • Pam Says:

      Swinton as David Bowie was KILLER. Although I would have loved for that to be a pantsuit to complete the look.

      And Helen Mirren AND HER RACK will live forever. FOREVER.