Fashion Sparkles at the Golden Globes

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Every year, the Golden Globes begin the gleaming award season, bringing the first appreciation of the best movies and television of the year. In 2015, we saw a lot of great talent and superb movies, including The Martian, Joy, Carol, to name just a few. The movies in the major spotlight were The Revenant, Spotlight, Carol, and Room; and among the television series were Mr. Robot, Empire, Games of Thrones, and Outlander.

Golden GlobesIrrespective of your opinion of the nominees and winners, you undoubtedly questioned Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer for not wearing the same dress, as they had said they would when they were nominated in the same category for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical at the Golden Globes. But there was a good reason: Parisian fashion house Dior, which Jennifer Lawrence represents, denied the request of the movie star. You can read the whole story here.

Coming back to the awards, The Revenant won the award for Best Picture in Drama, and The Martian won the award for Best Picture in a Musical or Comedy. Brie Larson won the award for Best Actress, Motion Picture in Drama, and Leonardo DiCaprio won Best Actor, Motion Picture in Drama.

Many stars were seen dazzling and probably looking their very best. Olivia Wilde certainly managed to top last year’s favorite look in a beautiful Michael Kors Collection gown coupled with a jeweled choker, gold clutch, and cocktail ring. Lady Gaga was looking fabulous in velvet off-the-shoulder Atelier Versace with padded hips and diamond jewels with 210 carats of Neil Lane diamonds at the Golden Globes.

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Overall, it was a great night to remember, filled with stars. It also marked a decade of British winners, including Kate Winslet as Best Supporting Actress for Steve Jobs and Sam Smith and Jimmy Napes for best original song for Writings On the Wall (Spectre).

You can check all the awards list here

About Suzanne Tripaldi

Suzanne brings a vast array of business development and public relations experience, having worked with numerous major brands including the Trump Organization, Capri Capital, Bvlgari, and Bentley Motors. A graduate of Rutgers University, Suzanne combines her years of experience with an ever-searching eye for new ideas to promote business development to its utmost.