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Fashion at the Golden Globes: Ceremony showcases hybrid of red carpet and bold at-home looks

Written by Oscar Holland, CNN

The Golden Globes offered a taste of what awards style may look like in 2021, with this year’s “hybrid” ceremony combining traditional red carpet moments with colorful at-home fashion.

While a handful of presenters were pictured arriving in person, at either New York’s Rainbow Room or the Beverly Hilton in LA, many of the night’s most talked-about looks were beamed in virtually or posted to social media prior to the show.

Among them was Rosamund Pike’s hot pink Molly Goddard gown and black platforms, which the British actress used to create her own red carpet moment on Instagram. Emerging from a hotel elevator, she performed a dramatic high kick before gliding down the lobby on her way to winning a best actress award in a motion picture musical or comedy for her performance in “I Care a Lot.”

Elsewhere, there were plenty of bright

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Golden Globes Fashion and Can’t Miss Moments: Bold Color, Best Accessories and Return of Glamour

THR spots the biggest trends on Golden Globes night courtesy of custom gowns, couch casual and mini dresses.

It might not have always been pretty (audio issues, anyone?) but when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association presented the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards, the stars responded by enlisting their glam squads and breaking out custom gowns en masse to prove that glamour is, indeed, back.

Ahead of Sunday night’s telecast, it was unclear how the industry would respond against the backdrop of a still looming COVID-19 pandemic and a fresh controversy due to the HFPA’s lack of Black members. The Golden Globes red carpet, after all, has long been a place for political and socially conscious statements, most recently in 2018 when the majority of female participants wore black in solidarity with Time’s Up and the #MeToo movement. While calls for change were worked into hosts Tina Fey

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Michelle Obama’s Stylist Spills the Secrets Behind Her Bold Inauguration Look

From Marie Claire

Fashion icon and former First Lady Michelle Obama attended the Biden-Harris inauguration on Wednesday, showing her support for the new administration’s highly-anticipated and historic day. When it came to her outfit, Obama did not disappoint donning a magenta-colored jacket with matching monochromatic turtleneck sweater and wide-leg trousers. She completed the chic look with a gold belt, black leather gloves, a simple Christy Rilling black silk mask, and suede block-heeled boots by Stuart Weitzman; she wore her hair down in bouncy curls for the occasion.

Obama’s outfit was designed by Sergio Hudson, a Black designer from South Carolina who also dressed the Vice President-elect on Wednesday. Hudson explained on The Bakari Sellers Podcast that Obama’s outfit was inspired by a look from his Fall ’20 collection.

“We did the pants instead a dress, and we did the top as a sweater instead of a dress,” he said.

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