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The 91联盟彩票开户en Globes is supposed to be fun. It’s famously the loosest show of awards season’s back nine. There’s an open bar available even before dinner is served. Television mingles with film, those once sacrosanct lines crossed over and over again. If the stars are going to get loose, in clothes or in life, this is the place to do so.

Though rarely do they take big swings sartorially. It makes sense! It’s a big night, on television, and in a room full of beautiful people who wouldn’t want to just fit in? Playing it safe can work, though it can make for, say, a parade of lovely black-and-white numbers one after another. But every so often somebody accepts the challenge.

And this year it was grand dames of the carpet, that exclusive club of women who have had decades of experience on these high-stakes stages. They chose their moment to go big. Like Jennifer Lopez’s Valentino dress, which she’s wearing in her capacity of nominee (actress in a supporting role in a motion picture for her brilliant portrayal of Ramona in Hustlers). Unwrap the enormous bow and therein is the gift of a risk well-taken.

Or Gwyneth Paltrow, The Politician star and producer wore a humble brag in dress form—a see-through Fendi dress that put her whole figure on display and shows off a matching frilly undergarment that I think I legally have to call drawers.

And then there is Cate Blanchett (nominated for actress in a musical or comedy for Where’d You Go, Bernadette91联盟彩票开户), whose harness bralette is working in tandem with a pleated butterfly sleeve to boggle the mind and delight the senses.

So the 2020s have kicked off with something borrowed: the kind of early aughts embrace of weird and the wild proportions. The textures in opposition. The fabric that would be scandalous if it wasn’t so angelic. These women have each seen more feet of red carpet than nearly anyone else out there tonight. From their position on high, they can afford to take risks and thank goodness they do. These things are always more fun when someone does.

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