Of course, we love ALL the big looks and fashion risk-takers and there’s no such thing as a fashion flop. My favorites probably aren’t yours and you probably loved what I hated. It’s all in good fun. THAT BEING SAID, HOWEVER…. Here are few of my highlights and lowlights…
I lovedlovedloved Cate Blanchett‘s pleated and bejeweled Mary Katrantzou gown with it’s fly-away manta ray shoulders. It was very old school Fortuny/Mary McFadden (look them up, you will literally DIE) and she always pulls of every look with effortless style. (These pictures are sort of washed out, unfortunately, and you don’t get the richness of the gown, but it’s THERE, mama, oh it’s THERE…)
I also went a little bananas over Joey King’s brilliant Iris Van Herpen.(It gave my sister vertigo, though, and she ran to the bathroom and threw up. So, one man’s poison etc etc..)
I was on the fence at first with Gwyneth‘s see-through beige ruffle madness – it seemed very on-brand for the GOOP proprietress – but the more I looked at it, the more I disliked it and thought it was too If-Loretta-Young-Was-a-Stripper.
“Gwyneth Paltrow wearing a macrame bikini under a frilly cheesecloth (hiding a beautiful necklace) isn’t the mess we want but is the mess we deserve,” user @dcow36 tweeted.
“What the heck I just saw Gwyneth Paltrow’s Golden Globes dress. WHYYY?” user @Strangeland_Elf tweeted.
It’s Fendi, btw.
I also thought Jennifer Lopez‘s big-enough-to-scare-a-bear Valentino dress with its ginormous Christmas bow was TERRIBLE. And I wasn’t alone. My favorite comment below.
J-Lo wearing the new Lexus December to Remember collection. pic.twitter.com/7p5YIoTAES— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) January 6, 2020
I did like the hair, however. Very ’60s. Very Helena Bonham-Carter as Princess Margaret.
What did YOU think?