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Golden Globes 75th - Fashion Highlights

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"Be a Warrior" - Oprah Winfrey



Big Little Lies (HBO) Stole the Show 


The 75th Golden Globes soiree was held on Sunday, January 7, 2017, with Seth Meyers hosting at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.  The primary focus of the event was on the Time's Up protest supporting Hollywood's anti-sexual harassment movement rather than just film.   Time's Up is an effort to raise money for legal defense fund for victims of sexual harassment in the workplace. After the good riddance of Harvey Weinstein and many others with sordid behaviors in the movie industry, it was moment to move forward with a new expectation on how humans conduct themselves in all workforce arenas.  Everyone was encouraged to wear black advocating solidarity for all that have been abused, silenced by discrimination or harassment.   Meyers was witty and Oprah Winfrey, recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille award, rendered everyone speechless with a powerful dissertation about life.

Additionally, the cast of Big Little Lies, Best TV Limited Series or Motion Picture for TV,  Nicole Kidman, Best Actress, Alex Skarsgard, Best Actor, Laura Dern, Best Supporting Actress was forefront and center.  The storyline primary focus is on abuse that is physical, sexual and or verbal. Reese Witherspoon, a Time's Up, spokesperson and producer of Big Little Lies, was brilliant in speaking about hope for those living in horrific circumstances.


Missed the Mark of the Night

  • Jennifer Aniston with icon Carol Burnett.  It somehow didn't work and was rather inappropriate with the use of the word kinky. The word seemed unsuitable under the nights circumstances. 
  • Barbara Streisand's face during Oprah's speech was something to behold.  Rather shocking. Maybe these two compete? After all getting Streisand to present was a feat. 
  • Kirk Douglas & Catherine Zeta Jones:  In the future, it is best to leave the elderly at home.  We love them but want to remember them as they were and not as they are now.   Sad really. 

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much" Helen Keller


The Black Beauties






Award season is usually filled with glamorous, color infused long gowns that dazzle on the  red carpet.  This year an ocean of black paraded down the red carpet.  Everyone did indeed bask in the glow of looking absolutely stunning.  There were just a few who should have worn something else.  For instance, a pant suit with messy hair was drab or a see through concoction would have been best on a twenty something.  Also, cocktail length dresses and pant suits never work well on the red carpet.  Don't miss the memo if all are doing the same.  This was one instance to come together as a unified team.   End of story.


"We few, We happy few, We Band of Brothers and Sisters.....



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The Fashion


Dakota Johnson in Gucci



Margot Robbie in Gucci










Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace










Diane Kruger in Prada













Jessica Chastain in Armani Prive











Nicole Kidman in Givenchy











Reese Witherspoon in Zac Posen











Jessica Biel in Dior









Penelope Cruz in Ralph & Russo







Viola Davis in Brandon Maxwell







Gal Gadot in Tom Ford







Zoe Kravitz in Saint Laurent











Kate Hudson in Valentino












"I believe in being strong when everything seems to go wrong. I believe the happy girls are the prettiest. I believe tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles." Audrey Hepburn


Until the Oscars - March 4, 2018


Kim Hardwick - Forever Chic Style 




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