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2015 Golden Globe Red Carpet

Ah yes…it is indeed that time again….award show season.  That means a whole new set of fashion picks and pans from Inside The Fashion Doll Studio. 

While the awards may have been golden, the red carpet fashions were every color but gold.  White and silver were particularly favored.

My favorite white of the evening was Kate Hudson in Versace Atelier.  Simple with a little bling and classic lines.  Gorgeous!



and Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Narciso Rodriguez



My favorite silver was Diane Kruger in Emilia Wickstead

Diane Kruger in Emilia Wickstead eonline


Although Julianne Moore needs an honorable mention here with her lovely custom ombré hemmed Givenchy Haute Couture gown.



My favorite blue was Julia Goldani Telles in Carmen Marc Valvo

Julia Goldani Telles in Carmen Marc Valvo eonline


Heidi Klum stunned in my favorite red number of the evening.  Versace

Heidi Klum in Atelier Versace eonline


Christine Baranski pulled off another fabulous deeper burgundy red and my favorite Zac Posen of the evening.



Jessica Chastain channeled her 1940’s glamour queen yet again to pull off the best darker hued gown  with a chocolate metallic plunging v-neck by Atelier Versace.



And Amy Adams rounds out my favorite picks in this dusty blue Grecian confection by yet again…Versace.  Looks like someone unfortunately dragged the hem through a puddle.  Note to assistant for next year…keep the train up!




There was a broad range of colors in the “not so great” department as well.

First up…an outfit that would have been more comfortable at Comic-Con than at the Golden Globes.  All she needs is some Princess Leia ear buns and a turbo blaster and you would have an extra in the next Star Wars installment.

Jemima Kirke in Rosie Assoulin



My least favorite red look of the night: Lena Dunham in Zac Posen…again.  This one doesn’t work any better than all the other Zac Posen red carpet looks she has worn.  Let him go Lena…let him go.531169445RJ00182_72nd_Annua


I know Keira Knightley is pregnant and I am guessing she has been having a craving for butterflies and birds.  This empire waist number from Chanel should have stayed in the Pride and Prejudice costume closet that it came from.  The butterfly corsage was just …well…my good friend Hilda has a saying… “That aint right” {said with a deep southern drawl}.

Keira Knightley in custom Chanel eonline


Does Giambattista Vali have a bath mat fetish when it comes to red carpet looks?  This year the purple bath mat got cut up for the award season.  Last year it was a red one.  Lupita Nyong’o can rock just about anything…except a cut up bath mat on her chest.



Congratulations to Ruth Wilson for her Golden Globe win last night.  Unfortunately her stylist did not get the win with this sleeveless mock turtleneck green Prada gown.  What’s with the seam right across the cr… know what I’m talking about.  Is it a hidden pocket?  Ummm….NOT a good place for a pocket.  Her expression seems to say, “Yeah, my stylist made me wear this…get me a whisky.” 



More fun coming up with the Oscars next month Smile


3 responses

  1. Hahahaha love the pocket comment. I thought that bright blue was the best last night. Everything seemed very muted , and IMO that’s boring.

    January 12, 2015 at 8:16 am

  2. When were the Golden Globes on???!!?? Last night, Rebecca? With everything that is currently going on in my life right now, I totally missed the show this year!! Thanks so much for posting these fashions for me to see!! Or I would have missed it ALL this year!! I always, always used to watch this. Hopefully, I will be more aware of when the Oscars are on!! I hardly ever missed these award shows!! 😦 Thanks so much!! 🙂

    January 12, 2015 at 11:15 am

  3. Lisa D.

    Haha, your red carpet reviews are still one of my favorite things during awards season! Your clever quips, especially the worst dressed, never disappoint. I completely agree with your assessment and choices from the GG’s. Simple elegance seemed to reign and, as Bevey 99 stated, that left me with a general underwhelmed kind of ‘meh’ feeling about the fashions this year. Kate Hudson’s look was perfection and one of the ‘blingiest’ looks of the evening, which helped her take top honor. I also liked Emma Stone’s Lanvin pant ensemble as a modern and different take on red carpet attire. I just wished the pants were shinier and not so matte with the embelished top. And, yes, when is Lena Dunham going to stop with all the fail on the red carpet. She’s become the go-to worst dressed. I think the Zac Posen red gown actually could have worked on her if someone had bothered to properly fit it to her and not have the extra fabric puckering and sticking out in odd places.

    January 13, 2015 at 3:54 pm

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