My Favourite Red-Carpet Styling from the Leading Women of this Year’s Golden Globes

My Favourite Red-Carpet Styling from the Leading Women of this Year’s Golden Globes

Nicole Kidman wearing Gucci | Golden Globes 2005

Nicole Kidman
Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television ‘Big Little Lies’
Why I love this look: There is so much to love about this dress: the petrol blue rushing and draping on Nicole’s curves, the asymmetric peacock feather adorned neckline; for me it’s Kidman at her best – classy and sexy.

Michelle Williams wearing Vera Wang | Academy Awards 2005

Michelle Williams
Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama ‘All the Money in the World’
Why I love this look: I remember seeing this and thinking it was the most stunning gown and styling I’d ever seen. The frilled neckline, fluted silhouette and soft waves up-do make it both classic but also so modern, even more than a decade later. Plus, her date on the night was Heath.

Reese Witherspoon wearing Tom Ford | Academy Awards 2015

Reese Witherspoon
Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television ‘Big Little Lies’
Why I love this look: Reese doesn’t do this sort of strong and glamorous look enough, often going either more sweet or safe on the red-carpet. The Bardot neckline in black and white and super-fitted silhouette is fiercely feminine.

Margot Robbie wearing Tom Ford | Academy Awards 2015

Margot Robbie
Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy ‘ I, Tonya’
Why I love this look: My god she is just sensational isn’t she! I love Margot’s styling on the red-carpet, always echoing the film she’s promoting (remember the Suicide Squad tour?)

Emma Stone wearing Lanvin | Golden Globes 2015

Emma Stone
Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy ‘Battle of the Sexes’
Why I love this look: Emma Stone is a real red-carpet risk-taker and always looks confident and as if she is enjoying it; in my opinion they always work! Jumpsuits, sheer gowns, clashing pink on her red hair, this Lanvin design is so elegantly cool: tailored, embellished and the detail on the train is unexpected.

Jessica Chastain wearing Alexander McQueen | Cannes 2017

Jessica Chastain
Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama ‘Molly’s Game’
Why I love this look: Jessica often chooses neutral tones or pale metallics which can wash out her complexion,  I love when she opts for bold colours and strong prints like this regal Alexander McQueen; it’s striking.

Saoirse Ronan wearing Christopher Kane | The Met Gala 2016

Saoirse Ronan
Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy ‘Lady Bird’
Why I love this look: I want to wear a feather adorned Christopher Kane gown! I would love to see her wearing a British designer tonight, something bold, standout and surprising.

Zoe Kravitz wearing Oscar de la Renta | The Met Gala 2017

Zoe Kravitz
Nominated: Okay, she isn’t actually nominated but she’s Zoe Kravitz, so…
Why I love this look: I mean all of it: the column shape, dramatic cape, palest pink satin and those embellished off the shoulder sleeves are both old Hollywood and so contemporary. I am most excited to see her tonight…

Susan Sarandon wearing Alberta Ferretti | Cannes 2017

Susan Sarandon
Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’
Why I love this look: She’s iconic isn’t she, a woman of an age where people expect her to wear body-covering age-appropraire gowns but here she is enjoying her curves and sexiness in Alberta Ferreti velvet; I would if I had those legs and that chest.

Jessica Biel wearing Giambattista Valli | 2017

Jessica Biel
Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television ‘The Sinner’
Why I love this look: Have you seen The Sinner on Netflix? If not you need to, Jessica Biel is excellent. The red-carpet see-through trend has gone from shocking to boring but this is different, with it’s beehive effect, embellishment and supersized underwear it manages to be so-sexy and still elegant.

 

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