The Golden Globe is one of the loudest and most anticipated events of the American Star Factory, not only for lovers of Hollywood film production, but also for connoisseurs of fashion: on the red carpet of the Golden Globe ceremony, celebrities sometimes demonstrate the trends that will determine the whole year. The red carpet of the "Golden Globe" -2012 ceremony pleased fashion experts with a variety of new solutions for evening wardrobe: such a number of all kinds of shades, silhouette solutions and prints on the red carpet, perhaps, has not been observed for a long time.
There were surprisingly few frankly unsuccessful outfits at the 2012 Golden Globe ceremony, but there are a lot of original and eye-catching evening dresses. Hollywood stars pleased with a variety of preferences: some, remembering the many weddings of the past 2012, chose dresses that resemble luxurious wedding dresses to appear on the red carpet, some - evening ensembles of amazingly bright, rich and bold colors.
Quite unexpectedly, the most interesting trend on the red carpet of the 2012 Golden Globes ceremony was wedding chic - although, in principle, the sudden love of Hollywood stars for lush white, silver and ivory dresses, reminiscent of wedding dresses, is quite explainable by the "wedding fever" of the departed 2011, the most high-profile events of which were the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the wedding scene in the next part of the vampire saga "Twilight" and the wedding of British supermodel Kate Moss. Perhaps for this reason, many stars have chosen evening dresses similar to wedding dresses: Jessica Biel (JessicBiel) in a vintage lace ensemble Elie Saab, Kate Beckinsale (Kate Beckinsale) in a seductive open dress from Roberto Cavalli,supermodel Elle Macpherson in a luxurious evening dress from the latest Zac Posen collection.
A kind of continuation of the "wedding" trend has become a huge number of evening dresses in neutral light shades, which the stars chose to appear on the red carpet of the "Golden Globe" -2012 ceremony. Among the fans of elegant neutrality were Charlize Theron in a dress from Christian Dior, Angelina Jolie in a seductive haute couture with a slit to the Versace thigh, and Nicole Kidman in a dress embroidered with crystals from Versace.
Black: the best color for the red carpet?
The contrasting combination of red and black always attracts attention (it is not for nothing that Alexander McQueen himself, an absolute specialist in shocking solutions, was a fan of such a combination). So many Hollywood stars have decided that the best way to attract attention on the red carpet of the Golden Globes is a black evening dress. Black, the color of restraint and sorrow, through the efforts of Hollywood celebrities has turned into an absolute symbol of luxury: Mila Kunis appeared on the red carpet in elegant black evening dresses at Christian Dior, Salma Hayek at Gucci and Julianne Moore at Chanel.
Delicate pink, coupled with juicy berry shades, turned out to be one of the most popular and fresh colors of the evening wardrobe of Hollywood stars on the red carpet of the Golden Globe. An evening dress in a soft pink shade was chosen for the appearance on the red carpet by the newly-mother Natalie Portman, Emma Stone (EmmStone) turned into a real woman-vamp thanks to the two-tone "berry" dress from Lanvin, and Tina Fey appeared on ceremonies in a luxurious open dress from Oscar de lRenta.
Blue is the new red
It seems that more recently, the most popular shade among Hollywood stars was the classic red, which is guaranteed to attract attention - but on the red carpet of the 2012 Golden Globes, it was successfully replaced by all sorts of shades of blue, from the darkest and most saturated to the lightest and most delicate. Among the fans of blue were the most famous representatives of Hollywood of all ages: Freid Pinto (Freid Pinto) in an open evening dress Prada, Michelle Williams (Michelle Williams) in a luxurious velvet ensemble from Jason Wu, Helen Mirren (Helen Mirren) in a discreetly elegant outfit from Badgley Mischka.