Celebrities love putting on a show when they dress up for red carpets and making it in the head-lines and spot-light are the desire for all of them. However, we love all this fuss and we just want to see them doing their best or their worst. Questions like: Who is going to be noticed for their fashion sense? Who is going to start a fashion trend? Who is the most elegant? These questions just keep coming. And as my husband always says : “For celebrities all publicity is good and there is no such thing as a bad publicity.”
We have seen a big fashion mixture in this Golden Globe ceremony. This variety is what I think makes the “red carpet show” so interesting. Long gowns, short length dresses, long or short sleeves, revealing or non revealing dresses, colourful, discret and bizarre! We can find about anything on the red carpets! The Golden Globe was the perfect time to spy on our celebrities, copy their styles or hate them forever for their bad taste.
BSHH has separeted in color shades paletes for our own amusement.
The blue shades
The beije nude
The glowing nude
Jennifer Lowe Hewitt (wore a Romona Keveza dress with Casadei shoes. She also wore a Jennifer Behr belt), Hailee Steinfeld ( wore a Prabal Gurung dress, Amanda Pearl clutch, Ferragamo shoes, and Tiffany & Co. jewels) , J.Lo( wore Zuhair) e Gia Mantegna (wore a Taylor Jacobson).
The light pink
The lively pink
Claire Danes (wore Calvin Klein), Lea Michele (wore Oscar de La Renta), Emma Stone (Calvin Klein)
Eva Longoria (wore an open back, mermaid tight Zac Posen dress with a silver pin on the satin waist band/belt), Halle Berry ( a disappointing Nina Ricci), Jayma Mays( wore Alberta Ferretti), Jennifer Lawrence (wore Louis Vuitton), Christina Aguilera (wore Zuhair Murad lace-overlay gown)
The dark glamour
The cheerful colourful
The fabulous and trendy sequin
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