While last year Golden Globes set a black dress code as a protest against harassment in the movie industry, this year all of that was replaced by an explosion of colours, dress trains, sequins and tulle. The most awaited was obviously Lady Gaga, who didn’t disappoint us and showed up in a cartoonish and princess-like outfit, mostly thanks to the light blue dress by Valentino Haute Couture (with matched wig) and a collier by Tiffany Aurora created for her with more than 300 diamonds. We must admit, none of the guests lacked a dress train and a gorgeous effect: for example, Dakota Fanning in her dress by Armani Privé with little bows, heart-shaped cleavage and very clean lines.
Another beautiful dress was the one worn by the Canadian actress Holly Taylor, in red silk by Ines Di Santo. Catherine Zeta-Jones wore a great green dress with slit by Elie Saab. Gemma Chan was very appreciated in her Valentino with a long train and a bow starting on the back of her head and going down to her feet. Instead, I wasn’t very convinced by by Charlize Theron’s black and white bow around the neck by Dior (the dress didn’t lack a train, of course). Halle Berry chose a burgundy dress by Zuhair Murad with coordinated sandals: a bit too much. Everybody is talking about Elizabeth Moss, who was wearing a very, very short smoking-dress. A super chic choice by Glenn Close, who was wearing a tunic in black velvet by Armani, almost priestly, and by Claire Foy in a soft yellow dress by Miu Miu. The enigma of the night:Julia Roberts, who appeared in one of the most bizarre dresses ever, by Stella McCartney. In the middle between a nude evening gown and male pants (with mini-train included). There’s a debate regarding Nicole Kidman, who was wrapped in a burgundy dress, adherent like a scuba-diver suit and shiny like latex. The mind behind that was Michael Kors’s.