Many more style darlings were at the HFPA and Instyle Celebration of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards on Wednesday (November 15) in West Hollywood, California.
Serinda Swan: This Styland ensemble brought every bit of smoldering sizzle we’d expect from a hot-red gown except manifested in a suit, and I loved every minute of it—especially with the matching red lip and handbag.
Andrea Riseborough: The event saw Andrea reinvent her look again, as she rocked a new Galaxina hairstyle with an equally galactic metallic jumpsuit. Directional makeup and decorative wrist cuffs completed the look that may split the vote—but I think we can all agree that there will be no boredom with this punchy, experimental look.
Olivia Culpo: Some may fault the visible cups underneath this Monique Lhuillier Spring 2018 gown. But, the wispy beauty of the tulle and its glinting embellishment had a sense of enchantment, regardless.
Alison Brie: This BOSS dress featured a new take on velvet with its embossed leopard print. Perhaps a bit more excitement in the jewels or bold lip department could have better emboldened the Christian Louboutin heels.
Serayah McNeill: Offering an interesting play on the shirt dress silhouette, this Vatanika Spring 2017 dress had plenty of attitude tied up in its plunge neck and pouf sleeves—even if the pumps were mere afterthought.
Aubrey Plaza: The familiar prairie-chic aesthetic from the Valentino Resort 2018 collection was seen here in this embroidered frock, to which I again question the footwear. A red or pink sandal would have heightened the effect.
Arielle Kebbel: Methinks this Atelier Donato dress was just a tad disjointed between the tweed, the flurry of floral-like dimensional embroidery, and the lace skirt.
Dove Cameron: Darling chic, this Giamba Pre-Fall 2017 butterfly frock was a sweet choice for Dove, although it could have used a sleeker ’do to fully showcase the collar detail.
Katherine Langford: We saw a version of this Valentino Resort 2018 frock on Zoey Deutch, although Katherine wore the unmodified runway version. Christian Louboutin ‘So Kate’ pumps completed the look, where again I think she could have had more cheeky fun with her shoes.
Hong Chau: Thank goodness for a neon-yellow pump, as it further enlivened this Versace Fall 2017 striated, cold-shoulder dress.
Jaime King: I love how this Elie Saab Fall 2017 dress reflected Jaime’s romantic bohemian side in a hyper-sophisticated way with John Hardy jewels to accessorise the look.
Madeline Brewer: Imbued with an edge, this Osman Resort 2018 shimmery frock balanced sweet and sassy with John Hardy jewels and Nicholas Kirkwood shoes.
Kathryn Newton: I know that the bralette and briefs may be a sticking point for some people in this Christian Dior, but I like the precious-Parisian flair she brought to the look.
Sarah Gadon: This Giambattista Valli Fall 2017 dress relied on its textural, feathery motif for impact.
Yvonne Orji: I like how this mega-bow-accented Phoung My metallic-laced dress delivered a new twist on the cocktail frock. It was sculptural, sleek, and sweet—all rolled into one, especially when styled with Stuart Weitzman sandals and a Rebecca Minkoff clutch.
Abbie Cornish: I think I would have preferred this look without the sheer lace skirt, as it overcooked it with the decorative sweater and jacket.
Zoe Lister-Jones: This Dion Lee suit was so elegant and streamlined with its relevant take on the menswear trend.
Sarah Hyland: The charm of her metallic mini frock got another dose of drama in her oxblood lip. Giuseppe Zanotti sandals completed the look.