The 73rd Annual Golden Globes brought out Hollywood's best and brightest dressed to the nines for the first red carpet of awards season. High-fashion was on full display for the leading ladies, and here are three trends from Sunday's show.
From emerald green to fiery orange, jewel-toned gowns took over the red carpet showing that Hollywood isn't afraid of a little fun when it comes to the Golden Globes.
From Left: Amber Heard in Gucci; Jada Pinkett Smith in Atelier Versace; Katy Perry in Prada; Amy Adams in Atelier Versace
Photo credits:Getty Images
Not to Basic Black
A timeless staple, the black dresses this season were anything but basic. From Roman-inspired detailing to intricate lace, the ladies in black showed you can take on a classic color and still make it chic.
From Left: Kirsten Dunst in Valentino; Julia Louise-Dreyfus in Lanvin; Lady Gaga in Atelier Versace; Emilia Clarke in Valentino
Julia Louise-Dreyfus and Lady Gaga Photo Credit: Getty Images; Kirsten Dunst and Emilia Clarke Photo Courtesy of Valentino
Shades of Pale
Draped in heavenly shades of cream, white and champagne, some Hollywood ladies decided to go with pale to make a statement on the red carpet.
From Left: Jane Fonda in YSL Couture; Rosie Huntington Whiteley in Atelier Versace; Saoirse Ronan in YSL Couture; Taraji P. Henson in Stella McCartney
Jane Fonda and Saoirse Ronan photo courtesy of Saint Laurent; Rosie Huntington Whiteley photo courtesy of Getty Images; Taraji P Henson photo courtesy of Getty Images
Just about every brand has their own Instagram page dedicated to cultivating a following for its wares. Whether it's posting fashion show snap shots, newly shot campaign images or special-edition releases, the brands keep the public up-to-date on their next big offering.
But behind every great line is a great designer, and some of those creatives are offering a candid glimpse into their world via the photo publishing site. Here four of our favorite designers on Instagram, and why you should follow them now.
A relative newbie to Instagram, the ultra-glamorous Donatella Versace came out swinging posing with social media powerhouse/ it model Gigi Hadid in a behind the scenes snap while shooting the Versace ad campaign. And she hasn't stopped giving us a look into all things Versace from her custimized Gucci platforms from Alessandro Michele to throwback photos of her sitting back while J. Lo dances on a table. It's as over-the-top as you would expect it to be.
Nicholas Ghesquiere of Louis Vuitton
While not the type to overly seek publicity, Nicholas Ghesquiere allows his photos to speak for themselves with a mix of fashion-focused images along with glimpses of the tropical vacations and international landscapes that keep the man behind such a large brand on the go. He even debuted his Spring 2016 women's ad campaign via Instagram, which featured the fashion risk taker Jaden Smith.
Famous for his love of the good life, Valentino Garavani shares his luxe world via Instagram. Photos of the designer yachting on the Mediterranean with Olivia Palermo and Anne Hathaway vie for screenspace with vintage ad campaigns, snapshots from holidays in Gstaad and, of course, his beloved pack of pugs.
Alessandro Michele of Gucci
As with his rise to prominence at Gucci, Alessandro Michele keeps a low profile on social media. But once you discover his ecclectic page filled with alternating whimsical photos of classic art, his Boston terrier and the occasional dreamy landscape you'll follow instantly. It's a look inside his much heralded bohemian aesthetic breathing life into the Gucci universe.