Time to wrap up the 2019 Golden Globes. Stay posted tomorrow for the after parties and the Critics’ Choice Awards!
Janelle Monáe in ChanelEmbed from Getty Images
This is A LOT of look. She has the confidence to carry off almost anything, so it’s unsurprising that she plucked this look “as is” off of Crazy Karl’s runway. I actually don’t hate it, although I would have eliminated the white long-johns.
Gina Rodriguez in Reem AcraEmbed from Getty Images
This is super unflattering to her chest.
Joanna Newsom in RodarteEmbed from Getty Images
If you’re wondering why Joanna Newsom was there, it’s because she’s married to the Andy Samberg half of our hosting duo. This is just SO very Rodarte. It’s the definition of “twee”.
Catherine Zeta Jones in Elie SaabEmbed from Getty Images
This came down the runway with weird detached sleeves. Removing those was a good move.
Jessica Chastain custom Riccardo Tisci for BurberryEmbed from Getty Images
She looks like she’s set to star in a new movie about sexy vampire widows.
Anne Hathaway in Elie SaabEmbed from Getty Images
I would NEVER have guessed this was Elie Saab, and I would NEVER has predicted Anne would wear something so…leopard-y. I’m surprised by it, but I don’t dislike it. I think I would actually like it more without the shiny cutouts on the bust.
Yalitza Aparicio in Miu MiuEmbed from Getty Images
Yalitza has had an INCREDIBLE red carpet run while promoting “Roma”, considering that she has no formal acting training, “Roma” was her first role, and I have yet to confirm whether she is working with a stylist or not (though I assume she must be…). She is definitely going to be one to watch this season. Unfortunately, I am not crazy about this Miu Miu – Yalitza is 25 and this reads very juvenile on her.
Lucy Boynton in custom GalvanEmbed from Getty Images
Lucy starred opposite Rami Malek in “Bohemian Rhapsody” which surprised everyone by taking home Best Drama. She looks lovely in this very ’70’s Galvan – although I have to say, I like Phoebe’s better.
Julianne Moore in GivenchyEmbed from Getty Images
Sigh. So very much more of the same from Julianne. If it’s not black, white, or shapeless, it’s not for Julianne. On a positive note, I do love the bow in the back.
Halle Berry in Zuhair MuradEmbed from Getty Images
Despite it’s sheerness, I actually really like this. It’s less naked and sheer than the stuff she usually wears, and Halle Berry wearing a berry colored dress amuses me.
Amy Poehler in Viktor and RolfEmbed from Getty Images
*Shrug*. This is fine.
Maya Rudolph in ValentinoEmbed from Getty Images
Maya almost always gets it wrong. She picks things she doesn’t have the fashion gravitas to pull off. Also, this is just drab and droopy.
Lucy Liu in Galia LahavEmbed from Getty Images
Controversial opinion alert: I actually love this. The patter is weird and interesting, kind of like high fashion amoebas. And I love a cape – even when it’s strangely off-center.
Gemma Chan in ValentinoEmbed from Getty Images
The idea here is better than the execution. I like the dramatic skirt, I don’t like the wrinkles or the under-shorts.
Kate Mara in Miu MiuEmbed from Getty Images
This is absolutely hideous. Turns out she’s pregnant, which explains the shapeless silhouette. But I don’t have an explanation for the remaining crimes against fashion this dress is committing.
Chrissy Metz in custom Tanya TaylorEmbed from Getty Images
She looks lovely! However, calling your fellow actress a “bitch” is NOT lovely.
Jamie Lee Curtis in Alexander McQueenEmbed from Getty Images
In my book, Jamie beats Gaga at the “matching your hair to your dress” contest.
Dakota Fanning in custom Armani PrivéEmbed from Getty Images
Pretty but forgettable.
KiKi Layne in Dior Haute CoutureEmbed from Getty Images
I love this skirt as much as I HATE this bodice.
Saoirse Ronan in custom GucciEmbed from Getty Images
HARD pass. It’s like the high fashion version of these two disasters.
Jodie Comer in Ralph and RussoEmbed from Getty Images
Jodie was AMAZING in “Killing Eve”, I’m surprised she hasn’t gotten more accolades for her performance. I actually like this, but might edit out about 3% of the froof.
Judy Greer in Alberta FerrettiEmbed from Getty Images
Great concept, sloppy execution. There’s menswear and then there’s just baggy.
Taylor Swift in Atelier VersaceEmbed from Getty Images
Nearly naked Taylor is not my favorite Taylor.
Sofia Carson in Giambattista ValliEmbed from Getty Images
Speaking of unnecessary froof…
Janet Mock in Off-WhiteEmbed from Getty Images
Off-White is usually more sportswear influenced than I tend to go for, but I really like this look.
D’Arcy Carden in Rosie AssoulinEmbed from Getty Images
D’Arcy is SO fabulous on “The Good Place” that I wouldn’t be surprised to see her nominated for Best Supporting Actress next year. I’m on record as a huge fan of Rosie Assoulin and I love this color combo but wish the execution was slightly more precise.
It’s not often you get to cover someone you ACTUALLY know on the red carpet! My friend Sudi Green, a writer for Saturday Night Live, looks stunning in this tremendously fun sequined jumpsuit!