Dresses from the 2017 Golden Globes red carpet composed a display worthy of the hype this event receives. And, since fashion and interior design are so inextricably intertwined, it’s only prudent that we explore how the garb of starlets translates to interior decoration. If you could haul last night’s red carpet into the home, it might look something like this…
Unfussy and classically beautiful, Anna Kendrick’s impeccably fitted and draped Vionnet gown of gray chiffon evokes this elegant yet understated living room by Windsor Smith.
Mustard can smolder–especially when worn by Emily Ratajkowski. Besides sharing a hue, her dress and this room have something else in common: both featured a simply shaped metallic accent. Emily’s glittering collar plunges down the front of her dress, while a mirrored coffee table adds a silvery pop to this Jerry Jacobs designed interior.
Lola Kirke, star of Mozart in the Jungle, showcased her natural beauty in minimal makeup, almost no jewelry, and a playful pink a-line gown studded with pansies. Similarly, this living room by Maddux Creative keeps things simple and stylish with just a dash of pink and a grid of floral photographs.
If you didn’t know who Trace Lysette was, you do now. The stunning screen siren donned a formfitting, green dress to the 2017 Golden Globes. It was difficult–if not impossible–to take notice of her. Not unlike Lysette, this dining room features a stunning fireplace whose statuesque form is emphasized by ornate flourishes rendered in a show-stopping emerald shade.
Ruth Negga’s red carpet gown was shimmering, temperate, and decidedly modern. Her sequins instantly reminded me of foxed mirrored walls and the cool, tasteful restraint of this dining room.
The 2017 Golden Globes made a case for the return of menswear. My favorite example of this was Octavia Spencer’s choice. Instead of black, she went with navy, which photographs beautifully on the red carpet. Statement earrings and a cropped, ankle-length pant femmed up her ensemble. Satin accents and velvet heels provided for some textural variety. Surely Peter Mikic would approve. His bedroom too is navy, masculine, and has a touch glamour.
All dress photos courtesy of E! Online. Which look or looks did you like best?