Of course, you might still catch Christoph Waltz eating a Fatburger, if you're lucky.
Most people's best-dressed awards went to Allison Williams (who could walk a runway, if need be). The dress was heavily laden - reportedly 40 pounds - with crystals, which are a way to get the effect of metallics, a huge trend for several years, without looking like lamé. The heavy eye make-up is a shame, however.
Most talked about was Amal Clooney, who obviously thought very hard about what to wear. Knowing that people wanted to see her, but that it was her husband's night (after all, George was getting a life-time achievement award and you only get a few of those - unless you're a country music star. Garth Brooks has 112). She wore a simple black dress with a long train and simple hair and understated make-up and jewelry. That, however, was insufficient for the occasion, so she added white leather opera length gloves (making me think of the movie "Frozen"), with a white clutch. On the clutch was a Je Suis Charlie Hebdo button, proclaiming, in essence "If you MUST make it about what I'm wearing, it's STILL not about me." Brilliant, really. If the gloves had been a different fabric, it would've worked better and she had the problem of not being able to touch anything; no handshakes, no drinking.
|My vote for best dressed goes to Greer Grammer, even though it looks like a prom dress. But I remember that I also liked Rumer Willis when she was the Golden Globe girl and she's looked horrid ever since.|
|Compare Anna Kendrick to Greer and you'll see how good Greer's dress was.|
I even like watching Gwyneth Paltrow walk away! What is happening to me?! I've become everything I hate.
Felicity Jones (who?) wore a nicely structured dress with the new high collar fashion trend and in a color that stood out.
|Emily Blunt, in an over-praised dress. Blah.|
|I... I've done worse.|
And all that's left to cover is the after-party wear. But this is the end.
|Alessandra Ambrosio's end.|