Golden Globes 2016: The Red Carpet's Biggest Risk Takers
The internet let out a collective gasp when Kate stepped onto the red carpet … then proceeded to either praise the actress’ two-piece custom Michael Kors Collection look, worn with Forevermark diamonds (so shiny!) or slam it (that choker!). One thing’s for sure, her midsection is the definition of #absgoals.
On Telenovela, Eva’s wardrobe was inspired by none other than Jennifer Lopez, and we so wish she brought that same glitz and glamour to the Globes instead of choosing this conservative floral-and-bow-adorned design (which she paired with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry).
It’s dresses like Cate’s pink fringed Givenchy Haute Couture design (paired with Tiffany & Co. jewels and a Roger Vivier clutch) that this list of risk-taking looks was made for. It’s fashion-forward, totally unexpected and people will be debating it well into Monday.
Attaching a cape to a dress is a bold move, especially when that dress is a fully-embellished gold gown (by Krikor Jabotian) that’s plenty dramatic on its own.
Between the size of the white bow on the actress’ black Paule Ka gown and its smack-in-the-middle placement, her look is giving us holiday car commercial vibes.
“Hairy” was how one editor described the supermodel’s beaded Marchesa gown, which probably wasn’t the adjective she was hoping people would use when she chose it.
Jane has successfully pulled off tons of white ruffles in the past, but this time, the layers (upon layers) sitting on her shoulders read more stuffy senator’s wife than sexy septuagenarian.