I’m a little bit surprised that Diane Kruger didn’t wear Chanel to the Golden Globes, just because she usually wears Chanel to all of the major events. Diane went with this Prada gown which… I don’t like? I don’t completely hate it, but I just don’t care for it either. It doesn’t suit her? Diane’s German film, In the Fade, won Best Foreign Film and many people think that Diane could be a dark-horse contender for a Best Actress Oscar nomination. Norman Reedus was her date to the Globes, although they barely posed with each other on the carpet. She did give him a big kiss when her film won though. And they partied with each other after the show.
I felt like an a–hole last night when people were going crazy over Gal Gadot’s Tom Ford look. Every year, Tom Ford just selects one woman to wear one of his dresses. Usually, it’s a huge statement and a huge fashion moment to wear Tom Ford. But I felt like an a–hole for not really giving a sh-t about this from a fashion perspective. It wasn’t the worst look, at all, but it just didn’t feel groundbreaking in the least. Gal attended the Globes with her husband, Yaron Versano.
Emma Watson wore Ronald van der Kemp (which I dislike) and brought Marai Larasi as her date. Larasi is “the executive director of Imkaan, a U.K.-based women’s organization aimed at responding to and preventing violence against black minoritized women and girls.” Emma has really been trying to do more with intersectional feminism and I don’t hate her attempts. She’s still learning and good for her for using her platform.
Meryl Streep wore Vera Wang, and attended the Globes with Ai-Jen Poo, the director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and an activist for elder-care and elder-care workers. Good for her. On a lighter note, I’m so glad that Meryl didn’t win another Golden Globe.
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