Bridget Foley’s Diary: Favorite Looks From the Globes

The unofficial “Oprah for President” movement officially launched. Many women looked lovely in black.
Two points hardly of equal weight, but the social media frenzy over one does not negate the legitimacy of acknowledging the other — inclusive of noting the brands and designers who helped the women realize their looks — particularly at a televised awards ceremony which, until now, has been considered an entertainment show largely dependent on its fashion element for its success.
Had the red-carpet frenzy spun wildly out of control long before Sunday night’s Golden Globes? Of course. And in fact, it’s not a situation limited to the red carpet. On any given day, any fashion journalist will find in her or his mailbox a litany of e-mails from junior p.r.s across the industry boasting that “this or that house is delighted that this or that celebrity wore this or that dress/skirt/handbag/loafer to this or that event — or on the street outside of Starbucks.” The notification stream falls somewhere between tedious and embarrassing. However, most people in fashion know that if someone’s wearing a piece of something you love, you’ll probably mention it. If you don’t know whose it is, you’ll ask. If that makes us all shallow,

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Source: Women’s Wear Daily
Bridget Foley’s Diary: Favorite Looks From the Globes

Bridget Foley’s Diary: Favorite Looks From the Globes


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