And the winner is! Not of the Golden Globes. I bet you already know who’s that. Of the best “head-to-toe” is… Bels ringing, hands clapping, awe rising.
The silver globe goes to Emma Stone. The whole thing just breaths freshness, relaxation, fun and, yet, sophistication. In Lanvin.
The bronze globe goes to Naomi Watts. For well, everything. Hence the belt. Yet, what’s with the snakes? Around the neck, on the clutch. Hm. Still she is in for the third run. In Gucci. Must be her glow or smth. Moving rapidly on…
of the dress, most certainly! Not of the hair 🙁 made it what comes after bronze. Diane Kruger in Armani Privé. And hey, why so sad? 🙁
Aaand, it must be the cheeks, the colour, the hair, her husband (her husband!) or the nit factor of the situation that brings Chrissy Teigen running for the whatsoever fifth globe of the night. In Zuhair Murad. There’re something about it. And her. And him.
And here is what, in my opinion, could’ve been done much better. Come on, girls! We can do this better:
Love, love Julianne Moore, but it’s like I can’t say “Wow!”. And I know, know I could’ve! In Givenchy.
Heidi Klum is so sweet. But it’s like it’s too much “sweet” kinda here. The red, long dress, the red shoes, the same red lipstick, the dark tan, the overdone hair. Too much drama. Thank God for the nude nails, though. Eh, gotta love you anyway. In Versace Atelier.
Claire Danes. I love Claire Danes and I love Valentino. But the two of them here. Just not… It! Could it be the hair…? Or the make-up?
Camila Alves. Now imagine this with the “undone” hair, long, sparkling earrings, a different clutch and a smile. Ah!
Hey, Cindy! Come ooon! In Versace.
Allison Williams. Beautiful dress. Armani Prive. Too bad for the make-up and hair. Lots of points for the accessories, though. Non-existent.
Lupita Nyong. In Giambattista Valli. Beautiful dress.
Written by Cristina Pavelescu