Golden Globes 2019: nothing out of the ordinary...

/ 11:29 p. m.
Por Jen


This year's red carpet season started very early, and it was the first one of a month in which we are going to have several award ceremonies until late February with the Academy Awards, and we will also include our Haute Couture review and some other things that we have yet to write for you (all along with the second submission of our thesis, God help us!) and of course we hope you like them!

Although if we think about this particular start... is not like we have high hopes. Unlike other years, 2019 was not a ceremony that took our breaths away whatsoever, for good or for bad. This year, personal styles made a comeback after a 2018 red carpet colored in black as the result of the #TimesUp movement that fights for equality for women in Hollywood, but that doesn´t mean there were no statements through the clothes displayed in the red carpet, especially the white celebrating the 100th anniversary of the women's suffragist movement, with choices that were a total hit and some others that just let us with a bunch of questions...

Best Dressed

Sofia Carson in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture

It is very pleasant to see young actresses committing to a certain look and evolve it and sharpen it over time. With Sofia Carson is something I like to call 'modern princess': a bit of Disney kid, sweet and elegant, that starts getting classier and classier with high fashion and an edge that this Gianbattista Valli translates perfectly. We like all of it: color, silhouette and even the tulle detail of the bodice, along with the most perfect red lips that we have seen in a while.

Dakota Fanning in Armani Privé

Speaking of modern princesses... here's Dakota Fanning showing everyone how it's done with this Armani Prive that looks like it was sawn all over her. It's been a while since we saw such a perfect fit. Besides, the color is perfect for her skin tone and the overall look is so well put together that we will pretend we didn't see the hair part down the middle...

Charlize Theron in Dior Couture 

If you can expect one thing from Charlize Theron is absolute perfection, and we're glad to report that she fulfilled our expectations. From head to toe (see, there's life beyond the hair parted down the middle) this look is perfection. The contrast between black and white is always a winner and the cut out at front with a high neck is a great balance. We also love the fact that she decided to wear rings and bracelets and leave the bow shine with simple earrings.

Julia Roberts in Stella McCartney 

Ok,kill me if you want, but this one is actually Melissa's decision. She loved it beyond words, to the point of saying this is one of Julia Roberts' personal bests. Me, on the other hand... I see it and I think is edgy, I always love to see pants on the red carpet, but I don't think nude was the best choice for this particular outfit. Just imagine it in emerald green... it totally changes. However, I do have to say the fit and cut of the pants were perfect.

Regina King in Alberta Ferreti Limited Edition


How do we have to kill to have this body? Seriously. With that body, she took care of the rest: make it shine, literally, with a dress that hugs her curves and has a beautiful pink color that goes perfectly with her skin. Some might have commented that the sparkle was too much, but when else, if not a red carpet are you suppossed to wear something sparkly? Please! 

Catherine Zeta Jones in Elie Saab Haute Couture


You know us, give us a jewel color and you have our hearts. And that's how Catrherine Zeta-Jones made us fall for her dress, that and a stylist that takes all the ovation for making the red carpet look be even better than the runway one, getting rid of the sleeves that would've been too much for Catherine's height. The draping at the front of the dress is such an intricate work, and the slit at the side is enough, not too high. Bravo, Catherine!

Rosamund Pike in Givenchy Haute Couture 

A VERY interesting dress that, being black, we could've easily obverlooked if it wasn't for the jacket, the perfect touch to make this look unforgettable. The fit is flawless and the cutouts of the top play with that sexy yet elegant feeling that black embodies so well, and also goes perfectly with Rosamund's sophisticated allure. 

Octavia Spencer in Christian Siriano

Always willing to take risks, Octavia took a step back from her almost usual Tadashi Shoji twear a dress from Christian Siriano, who loves to dress different women and bodies. The result is something we can't but admire: a dress that is interesting for its texture and neckline, and a skirt that challenges that 'rule' of plus size women avoiding A-line skirt. Here, instead of adding volume, the silhouette balances her figure. Gorgeous.

Worst Dressed
Kristin Cavalieri in Amen

When Jennifer Lopez saw her (we assume sitting on a couch cuddling with A-Rod because she decided to pass on the carpet this year) she started yelling because she knew who broke into her closet and stole her dress. We know everything, Kristin, those sloppy sleeves rat you out.

Anne Hathaway in Elie Saab 

She let Cat Woman take over and everything went down hill from there. And let me tell you that if this is a sort of new direction for Elie Saab, I´m not buying it. It's a shame because she looks so happy wearing that hideous thing. 

Gina Rodriguez in Reem Acra

This dress looks so, so cheap that I'm sure the rhinestones from the front are to stick to it with superglue. I swear to God. And oh, let's not even mention the fact that she thought the skirt was appropriate to dance. Please.. 

Debra Messing in Pamela Rolland

Welcome to a new episode of Frankendress, starring Debra Messing as the woman who was swalloed by a thousand feathers. This dress has a cape, feathers, crystals, mesh accents... like Melissa said, all it is missing is a LED light and an antena.

Lucy Liu in Galia Lahav

The dress itself is not unbeareable, but that 'cape', that looks more like a rejected piece of tulle from the atelier, ruined it all. Maybe it was too cold and she needed a blanket?

Caitriona Balfe in Moschino
Jeremy Scott is not our favorite guy... precisely because of things like this. A weird velvet skirt with the wrong lenght...crowned with heavy shoes and bobby pins on her head. Is there really someone that could look and say: you look gorgeous? Really?

Janelle Monae in Chanel 

You have no idea how much this hurts. We have always said Janelle Monae can pull off anything, but this is so ugly not even her can make it work. The dress is from the Chanel Pre-Fall 2019 collection, inspired by Egypt, but it doesn't have ONE thing we would approve: the neck looks like an biblical lettuce, and that thing on her head reminds us how the egyptians saw the aliens. The only good thing is the make-up, but sadly is not enough.

Judy Greer in Alberta Ferreti
"I knosw my moral compass is not always pointing North, but if I see something wrong is because it is..." Judy Greer should've known better and listened to Casey, her alter ego in 27 Dresses, before wearing this sad attempt of a tuxedo and crowned it with the hairdo I wear when I haven't washed my hair in four days. 

Special Mentions

Saoirse Ronan in Gucci 


Meli thought it was boring, but I thought it was edgy and beautiful. The resource of the little chains is not new, it is actually very similar to the one Zuleyka Rivera wore in 2006 when she won Miss Universe, just without the slit which is precisely what elevates the look of the Lady Bird actress. I like the 'wet hair' look with the hair parted on the side and also the spectacular Chopard earrings. I think I should've fought Meli on this one.


Claire Foy in Miu Miu 
I loved the Old Hollywood idea, with the 30's inspired hair and all, but Melissa says the color wasn't for her (picture it in red, ot totally changes, she said). To me, yellow is perfect for her skin tone and I loved the redish tone of the lips that was dark enough to not clash with the yellow.

Lupita Nyong'o in Calvin Klein by Appointment

She's here because there is no more space in the best dressed list, but as usual, Lupita killed it. A great color, details and proportions on the dress that make everything a winner look. If we'd had to choose a detail that we didn't like, we'd have to say is the blue mascara, because this is not 2005 nor Teen Vogue, Lupita, please. 

Lady Gaga in Valentino Haute Couture

First things first: that 'runway' look that is going around comparing it to this one is not the one Gaga is really wearing. That being said, this is the dress of someone who knows all eyes will be on her (even if she doesn't deserve to win anything beyong the Original Song). The dress is stunning, like a haute couture Cinderella... but why on earth did you have to dye your hair blue? Really, there was no need, Stephanie... 


Heidi Klum in Monique Lhuillier 

From naked dresses to cheesy princess dresses with floral appliques. There are no medium sides with Heidi, but we thank her for trying something new and not displaying her crotch along the way... 


Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton

That nude formula with spark has always being part of Emma's DNA, but this time she borrowed a dress three times bigger and that car crashed against a wall. And no, the belt doesn't cover it. 


Jamie Lee Curtis in Alexander Wang

It's really unbelievable that we have to clarify this but here it goes: we never said nor thought that Jamie Lee Curtis looks 'old' with that hair color. While tweeting the red carpet we said we didn't like her hair and people freaked out saying we were age-shaming her, that if it was a guy we wouldn't say the same. Well, first of all, you don't know that, and second, what we meant to say is that the color looked very fake. Or I meant to say that, because Meli said what bother hair was the hairstyle, not the color. But yes, she is on this list because of her hair... that in our opinion does not go with the dress at all. So you can hate us, but there's that... 

Sandra Oh in Versace

The hostess of the night had to look the part and she did... but she is on this list because you know us: a dress does not only have to be beautiful, it also has to be memorable, and honestly I'm not going to remember this next week.

And there you have it, our very subjective review of the Golden Globes red carpet. Don't forget to leave your comments and follow us on Twitter and Instagram for our live comments during award season. Cheers to a 2019 full of great fashion!
Por Jen


This year's red carpet season started very early, and it was the first one of a month in which we are going to have several award ceremonies until late February with the Academy Awards, and we will also include our Haute Couture review and some other things that we have yet to write for you (all along with the second submission of our thesis, God help us!) and of course we hope you like them!

Although if we think about this particular start... is not like we have high hopes. Unlike other years, 2019 was not a ceremony that took our breaths away whatsoever, for good or for bad. This year, personal styles made a comeback after a 2018 red carpet colored in black as the result of the #TimesUp movement that fights for equality for women in Hollywood, but that doesn´t mean there were no statements through the clothes displayed in the red carpet, especially the white celebrating the 100th anniversary of the women's suffragist movement, with choices that were a total hit and some others that just let us with a bunch of questions...

Best Dressed

Sofia Carson in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture

It is very pleasant to see young actresses committing to a certain look and evolve it and sharpen it over time. With Sofia Carson is something I like to call 'modern princess': a bit of Disney kid, sweet and elegant, that starts getting classier and classier with high fashion and an edge that this Gianbattista Valli translates perfectly. We like all of it: color, silhouette and even the tulle detail of the bodice, along with the most perfect red lips that we have seen in a while.

Dakota Fanning in Armani Privé

Speaking of modern princesses... here's Dakota Fanning showing everyone how it's done with this Armani Prive that looks like it was sawn all over her. It's been a while since we saw such a perfect fit. Besides, the color is perfect for her skin tone and the overall look is so well put together that we will pretend we didn't see the hair part down the middle...

Charlize Theron in Dior Couture 

If you can expect one thing from Charlize Theron is absolute perfection, and we're glad to report that she fulfilled our expectations. From head to toe (see, there's life beyond the hair parted down the middle) this look is perfection. The contrast between black and white is always a winner and the cut out at front with a high neck is a great balance. We also love the fact that she decided to wear rings and bracelets and leave the bow shine with simple earrings.

Julia Roberts in Stella McCartney 

Ok,kill me if you want, but this one is actually Melissa's decision. She loved it beyond words, to the point of saying this is one of Julia Roberts' personal bests. Me, on the other hand... I see it and I think is edgy, I always love to see pants on the red carpet, but I don't think nude was the best choice for this particular outfit. Just imagine it in emerald green... it totally changes. However, I do have to say the fit and cut of the pants were perfect.

Regina King in Alberta Ferreti Limited Edition


How do we have to kill to have this body? Seriously. With that body, she took care of the rest: make it shine, literally, with a dress that hugs her curves and has a beautiful pink color that goes perfectly with her skin. Some might have commented that the sparkle was too much, but when else, if not a red carpet are you suppossed to wear something sparkly? Please! 

Catherine Zeta Jones in Elie Saab Haute Couture


You know us, give us a jewel color and you have our hearts. And that's how Catrherine Zeta-Jones made us fall for her dress, that and a stylist that takes all the ovation for making the red carpet look be even better than the runway one, getting rid of the sleeves that would've been too much for Catherine's height. The draping at the front of the dress is such an intricate work, and the slit at the side is enough, not too high. Bravo, Catherine!

Rosamund Pike in Givenchy Haute Couture 

A VERY interesting dress that, being black, we could've easily obverlooked if it wasn't for the jacket, the perfect touch to make this look unforgettable. The fit is flawless and the cutouts of the top play with that sexy yet elegant feeling that black embodies so well, and also goes perfectly with Rosamund's sophisticated allure. 

Octavia Spencer in Christian Siriano

Always willing to take risks, Octavia took a step back from her almost usual Tadashi Shoji twear a dress from Christian Siriano, who loves to dress different women and bodies. The result is something we can't but admire: a dress that is interesting for its texture and neckline, and a skirt that challenges that 'rule' of plus size women avoiding A-line skirt. Here, instead of adding volume, the silhouette balances her figure. Gorgeous.

Worst Dressed
Kristin Cavalieri in Amen

When Jennifer Lopez saw her (we assume sitting on a couch cuddling with A-Rod because she decided to pass on the carpet this year) she started yelling because she knew who broke into her closet and stole her dress. We know everything, Kristin, those sloppy sleeves rat you out.

Anne Hathaway in Elie Saab 

She let Cat Woman take over and everything went down hill from there. And let me tell you that if this is a sort of new direction for Elie Saab, I´m not buying it. It's a shame because she looks so happy wearing that hideous thing. 

Gina Rodriguez in Reem Acra

This dress looks so, so cheap that I'm sure the rhinestones from the front are to stick to it with superglue. I swear to God. And oh, let's not even mention the fact that she thought the skirt was appropriate to dance. Please.. 

Debra Messing in Pamela Rolland

Welcome to a new episode of Frankendress, starring Debra Messing as the woman who was swalloed by a thousand feathers. This dress has a cape, feathers, crystals, mesh accents... like Melissa said, all it is missing is a LED light and an antena.

Lucy Liu in Galia Lahav

The dress itself is not unbeareable, but that 'cape', that looks more like a rejected piece of tulle from the atelier, ruined it all. Maybe it was too cold and she needed a blanket?

Caitriona Balfe in Moschino
Jeremy Scott is not our favorite guy... precisely because of things like this. A weird velvet skirt with the wrong lenght...crowned with heavy shoes and bobby pins on her head. Is there really someone that could look and say: you look gorgeous? Really?

Janelle Monae in Chanel 

You have no idea how much this hurts. We have always said Janelle Monae can pull off anything, but this is so ugly not even her can make it work. The dress is from the Chanel Pre-Fall 2019 collection, inspired by Egypt, but it doesn't have ONE thing we would approve: the neck looks like an biblical lettuce, and that thing on her head reminds us how the egyptians saw the aliens. The only good thing is the make-up, but sadly is not enough.

Judy Greer in Alberta Ferreti
"I knosw my moral compass is not always pointing North, but if I see something wrong is because it is..." Judy Greer should've known better and listened to Casey, her alter ego in 27 Dresses, before wearing this sad attempt of a tuxedo and crowned it with the hairdo I wear when I haven't washed my hair in four days. 

Special Mentions

Saoirse Ronan in Gucci 


Meli thought it was boring, but I thought it was edgy and beautiful. The resource of the little chains is not new, it is actually very similar to the one Zuleyka Rivera wore in 2006 when she won Miss Universe, just without the slit which is precisely what elevates the look of the Lady Bird actress. I like the 'wet hair' look with the hair parted on the side and also the spectacular Chopard earrings. I think I should've fought Meli on this one.


Claire Foy in Miu Miu 
I loved the Old Hollywood idea, with the 30's inspired hair and all, but Melissa says the color wasn't for her (picture it in red, ot totally changes, she said). To me, yellow is perfect for her skin tone and I loved the redish tone of the lips that was dark enough to not clash with the yellow.

Lupita Nyong'o in Calvin Klein by Appointment

She's here because there is no more space in the best dressed list, but as usual, Lupita killed it. A great color, details and proportions on the dress that make everything a winner look. If we'd had to choose a detail that we didn't like, we'd have to say is the blue mascara, because this is not 2005 nor Teen Vogue, Lupita, please. 

Lady Gaga in Valentino Haute Couture

First things first: that 'runway' look that is going around comparing it to this one is not the one Gaga is really wearing. That being said, this is the dress of someone who knows all eyes will be on her (even if she doesn't deserve to win anything beyong the Original Song). The dress is stunning, like a haute couture Cinderella... but why on earth did you have to dye your hair blue? Really, there was no need, Stephanie... 


Heidi Klum in Monique Lhuillier 

From naked dresses to cheesy princess dresses with floral appliques. There are no medium sides with Heidi, but we thank her for trying something new and not displaying her crotch along the way... 


Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton

That nude formula with spark has always being part of Emma's DNA, but this time she borrowed a dress three times bigger and that car crashed against a wall. And no, the belt doesn't cover it. 


Jamie Lee Curtis in Alexander Wang

It's really unbelievable that we have to clarify this but here it goes: we never said nor thought that Jamie Lee Curtis looks 'old' with that hair color. While tweeting the red carpet we said we didn't like her hair and people freaked out saying we were age-shaming her, that if it was a guy we wouldn't say the same. Well, first of all, you don't know that, and second, what we meant to say is that the color looked very fake. Or I meant to say that, because Meli said what bother hair was the hairstyle, not the color. But yes, she is on this list because of her hair... that in our opinion does not go with the dress at all. So you can hate us, but there's that... 

Sandra Oh in Versace

The hostess of the night had to look the part and she did... but she is on this list because you know us: a dress does not only have to be beautiful, it also has to be memorable, and honestly I'm not going to remember this next week.

And there you have it, our very subjective review of the Golden Globes red carpet. Don't forget to leave your comments and follow us on Twitter and Instagram for our live comments during award season. Cheers to a 2019 full of great fashion!
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Por Jen



Bien temprano este año comenzó la temporada de alfombras rojas, y con ella un mes en el que tendremos varias premiaciones para finalizar en febrero con los Óscar y también incluiremos la semana Haute Couture y un par de cositas que tenemos pendientes por ahí, así que va a estar movido el mes (con nueva entrega de tesis incluida, agárrense Jen y Meli) y esperamos que todo les guste. Aunque, si nos guíamos por esta entrega de los Globo de Oro, el resultado no promete mucho. Este año, a diferencia de los anteriores, no hubo un gran despliegue de looks que nos quitaran el aliento, salvo contadas excepciones que tampoco fueron lo más espectacular del mundo. Es más, ni siquiera las peor vestidas (también salvo algunas excepciones) fueron lo peor de este mundo.

En 2019, los estilos personales volvieron a la alfombra de los Globo, que el año anterior se uniformó con el negro a nombre del movimiento #TimesUp en forma de protesta por la desigualdad de las mujeres en Hollywood. Sin embargo, este año hubo otro tipo de manifestaciones en el vestuario, como el uso del blanco para recordar que en 2019 se celebra el centenario de uno de los mayores logros de la lucha femenina: el voto de las mujeres.Varias actrices decidieron usar este color y aunque en su mayoría fueron acertadas, en otras nos generó muchas preguntas.

Pero bueno, ya estamos hablando demasiado, ¡vamos al grano!

Mejor vestidas

Sofia Carson en Giambattista Valli Haute Couture

Es muy grato ver que las actrices jóvenes se comprometen con un look que van evolucionando y perfeccionando. En el caso de Sofia Carson es algo que a mi me gusta llamar 'princesa moderna': un toque de niña Disney, dulce y sofisticada, que se va refinando con toques de alta moda y un 'edge' que este Gianbattista Valli lleva muy bien. Nos gusta todo: el color, la silueta y hasta el tul del top, además de los labios rojos mejor logrados que hemos visto en mucho tiempo.

Dakota Fanning en Armani Privé

Hablando de princesas modernas, llega Dakota Fanning con este vestido que parece que hubiera sido cosido sobre ella. Teníamos tiempo sin ver un entalle tan perfecto como este. El color, además, va perfecto con su tono de piel y el look en general está tan bien logrado que le vamos a perdonar el peinado de estúpida.

Charlize Theron en Dior Couture 

Uno siempre puede esperar perfección en Charlize Theron y esta vez no fue la excepción. De pies a cabeza (ven como hay alternativas a la horrorosa raya en medio) este look es perfecto. El contraste de blanco y negro siempre será ganador, y el escote con cuello alto es un gran balance. Nos gusta el hecho de que decidió usar varios anillos y unos aretes que no chocaran con el lazo del frente, gran decisión.

Julia Roberts en Stella McCartney 

Ok, estoy lista para las piedras, pero esto fue una discusión entre Meli y yo. Meli lo amó más que la vida misma y llegó a decir que es uno de los mejores looks de Julia Roberts en la historia. Yo, creo que es lindo, me encanta siempre ver pantalones en la alfombra roja, pero creo que la elección del nude le resta al conjunto. Imagínense eso en un color joya... para mi cambia totalmente. Sin embargo, hay que aplaudir el entalle de todo y el corte del pantalón que es perfección. 

Regina King en Alberta Ferreti Limited Edition


¿A quién hay que llamar para tener el cuerpazo de Regina King? No, en serio. Aparte de eso, la mujer se encargó de resaltarlo con un vestido que abraza sus cuvas y además tiene un bello color rosa que contrasta perfecto con su tono de piel. Algunos pensaron que el brillo era demasiado pero, ¿en qué otra noche sino en una alfombra roja en Los Angeles vas a sacar todo el brillo? ¡Duh!

Catherine Zeta Jones en Elie Saab Haute Couture


Ustedes nos conocen, nos ponen un color joya y tienen nuestro corazón. Y por ahí nos entró Catherine Zeta-Jones, cuyo estilista también se lleva todos los aplausos por mejorar el look original quitando esa suerte de mangas con las que venía, puesto que por su estatura habría sido demasiado. El drapeado del vestido es un trabajo bellamente logrado, y la abertura de la pierna está hecha en su justa medida. Aplausos.

Rosamund Pike en Givenchy Haute Couture 

Un vestido MUY interesante que, por ser negro, podría pasar desapercibido de no ser por la chaqueta, el toque perfecto para hacerlo absolutamente memorable. El ajuste es impecable y los cortes del top juegan con esa mezcla de sensualidad y elegancia que el negro representa muy bien, y además va perfecto con el aire de sofisticación de Rosamund. Un look perfecto.

Octavia Spencer en Christian Siriano


Siempre dispuesta a correr riesgos, esta vez Octavia se alejó de su ya casi habitual Tadashi Shoji para jugársela por un diseño de Christian Siriano, que ama vestir a todo tipo de mujeres y cuerpos. El resultado es de todo nuestro gusto: un vestido interesante por su textura y escote, y una falda que desafía la creencia de que las mujeres plus size no deben usar siluetas en A: contrario a aumentar su volumen, equilibra su figura. ¡Bello!

Peor Vestidas
Kristin Cavalieri en Amen

Cuando Jennifer Lopez la vio (asumimos que sentada en el sofá de su casa porque este año le dijo 'paso' a la alfombra) le apretó el brazo a A-Rod porque por fin supo quién se le había metido al clóset y llevado el vestido sin permiso. Lo sabemos, Kristin, las mangas grandes te delatan.


Anne Hathaway en Elie Saab 

Ella se tomó muy en serio su papel de Gatúbela y apareció vestida así. Y déjenme decirles que si esta va a ser la nueva dirección de Elie Saab me van a romper el corazón en mil pedazos. Una verdadera pena porque ella se ve tan contenta usando ese trapo tan feo...

Gina Rodriguez en Reem Acra

Este vestido se ve tan, pero tan barato que estoy segura que lo del frente es strass pegado con gota mágica. Por mi madre. Ah bueno, y el hecho de que lo cogió como pollera mejor ni me lo mencionen...

Debra Messing en Pamela Rolland

Bienvenidos a una nueva edición de Frankendress, protagonizada por Debra Messing como la mujer que fue tragada por miles de plumas. Este vestido tiene plumas, capas, transparencias, cristales. Como dice Melissa... le falta una antena parabólica y estamos listos.

Lucy Liu en Galia Lahav

El vestido de por si no es nada horrible... pero con esa dizque capa, que más parece un retazo de tul que sobró en el taller, se lo tiraron todo. ¿Será que hacía mucho frío y ella quiso arroparse?

Catriona Balfe en Moschino
Jeremy Scott no es de los afectos de este blog... y es precisamente por empanadas como esta. Una falda extraña de terciopelo con un largo equivocado... coronado con zapatos pesados y peinado de estúpida... ¿de verdad alguien tuvo la osadía de decirle "te ves divina"?

Janelle Monae en Chanel 

Esto me duele, me duele mucho. Siempre hemos dicho que los looks de Janelle Monae solo le quedan a ella, pero esto es TAN FEO que nos hace llorar. El vestido, de la colección Pre-Fall 2019 de Chanel, inspirado en Egipto, no tiene una sola cosa que nos guste: el contraste de color es terrible, el cuello parece un repollo del antiguo testamento y esa cosa que tiene en la cabeza nos hace pensar en cómo los antiguos egipcios veían a los alienígenas. Lo único bello es el maquillaje, pero lo demás nos duele en lo más profundo del alma fashionista.

Judy Greer en Alberta Ferreti
"Yo sé que mi brújula moral no siempre apunta al norte, pero si yo lo veo mal... es que está mal". Judy Greer debió escuchar a Casey, su alterego en 27 Bodas antes de ponerse este traje tan feo y coronarlo con ese moño que yo me hago cuando no me lavado el pelo en tres días.

Menciones Especiales

Saoirse Ronan en Gucci 


A Meli le pareció "hueso", a mi me pareció osado y bien logrado. El recurso no es nuevo, de hecho es muy parecido al que usó Zuleyka Rivera en 2006 cuando fue coronada Miss Universo, solo sin la abertura delantera, que es lo que precisamente le suma elegancia al de la protagonista de Lady Bird. Me gusta el pequeño giro del 'wet look' con la raya a un lado y también los espectaculares aretes de Chopard. Creo que debí pelearle más a Meli en esta.

Claire Foy en Miu Miu 
A mi me encantó la idea del viejo Hollywood, con todo y peinado inspirado en los años 30, pero Melissa dice que el color no era para ella (imagínatelo en color rojo, cambia totalmente, dijo). A mi el amarillo me parece un tono que queda bien con su tono de piel y me gustó el detalle del rojo quemado de los labios para no chocar con el amarillo.

Lupita Nyong'o en Calvin Klein by Appointment

Está aquí simplemente porque no teníamos más espacio en las mejor vestidas pero, como de costumbre, Lupita acertó. Un gran color, detalles y proporciones en el vestido que lo hacen un look ganador. Si tuviéramos que escoger un detalle que no nos gustó, diríamos que es la pestañina azul, porque no estamos en 2005 ni en un editorial de la Revista Tú. Lupita, por favor.

Lady Gaga en Valentino Haute Couture

Primero lo primero: ese vestido que están mostrando de la pasarela NO ES el que tiene puesto Gaga. Dicho eso, este es un vestido de alguien que sabe que va a ganar al menos un premio (canción original que, oiganme bien, es todo lo que esa película debe ganar) y que también sabe que todas las miradas estarán sobre ella. El vestido es precioso, como de cenicienta de alta costura, pero ¿por qué diablos tenía que pintarse el pelo de azul también? No había ninguna necesidad...

Heidi Klum en Monique Lhuillier 

De vestidos desnudos pasamos a cortes princesa con delirios de floricienta. Con Heidi no hay medias tintas, pero la aplaudimos por intentar algo nuevo y no mostrarnos su entrepierna en el intento.

Emma Stone en Louis Vuitton

La formula de nude con brillo siempre ha sido parte del ADN de Emma Stone, pero esta vez le prestaron un vestido tres tallas más grande y todo se fue a la porra. Y no, el cinturón no lo disimula.


Jamie Lee Curtis en Alexander Wang

Ok, parece increíble que nos toque hacer esta aclaración pero aquí va: nunca pensamos que Jamie Lee Curtis se veía 'vieja' con ese tono de cabello. El día de la premiación tuiteamos diciendo que no nos gustaba el pelo y llovieron comentarios indignados diciendo que si fuera un hombre no diríamos lo mismo. Pues eso no lo saben ustedes, genios de Twitter, porque nosotras lo que apuntamos fue a que el color se veía bastante forzado. O lo que pienso yo, porque a Meli más que el color no le gusta el peinado, y eso son dos cosas distintas. Pero color o corte, sí... está en esta lista por el pelo, que en nuestra opinión no luce bien a tono exacto con el vestido. Así que matennos si quieren pero es lo que hay.

Sandra Oh en Versace

La presentadora de la noche debía estar a la altura y ciertamente lo estuvo, pero está en esta lista porque ustedes nos conocen: un vestido no solo debe ser bello, sino memorable, y francamente la otra semana yo no me voy a acordar de esto.

Y eso fue todo, nuestra reseña muy subjetiva de los Golden Globes. No olviden dejarnos sus comentarios y seguirnos en Twitter e Instagram, donde comentamos las alfombras rojas en tiempo real. ¡Por un 2019 lleno de moda!