Golden Globes- 2017 Trend Report
Hollywood’s leading ladies brought their A-game to the red carpet at the 74th Annual Golden Globes. Conformity certainly wasn’t the theme, The fashion rulebook was thrown out the window and we were presented with an eclectic mix of vibrant hues and outlandish cuts. Old Hollywood-inspired, hyper-embellished, classic black dresses, statement sleeves, off-shoulders, plunging necklines and more making fashion news. However, here at Freya Rose HQ we are lusting over those vivid shades of pink, yellow and gold. The perfect contrast to a Freya Rose Mother of Pearl heel.
Lily Collins and Emma Stone, led the pack in their whimsical delicate confections; sporting a baby-pink, tulle embroidered Zuhair Murad Couture gown and a sheer, custom-designed Valentino dress with metallic silver star embellishments, respectively. The blush pink fairytale continued through the likes of Zoe Saldana, Felicity Jones and Lola Kirke.
Often when women do menswear on the red carpet, there’s an impulse to go very slinky. But even Rachel Wood decided to go dapper instead in her perfectly tailored tux, resulting in a look that’s full on Marlene Dietrich. Hidden Figures’ star Octavia Spencer chose a navy trouser suit designed by a friend Laura Basci, and Transparent actress Kathryn Hahn wore a Brandon Maxwell black tuxedo with a bandeau top underneath.
Now with the Hollywood fever in full swing, the Freya Rose team have put together an array of exquisite occasion looks, all fit for that red carpet entrance!
Spring is vastly approaching and these zesty lemon hues are a key trend for the upcoming resort season, with many established designers showcasing ‘mellow yellow’. A look widely anticipated to break though at this years Golden Globes, it was as expected a popular choice, presented through a wide array of silhouettes. Shoulder pads and oversized sleeves are back in, and you can make this bold statement through Maticevski’s Sleeveless Overflow Dress. This overblown look transports us back to classic 90s Dior couture, and would look divine teamed up with a pair of Oscar de la Renta Beaded Clip Earrings and a Kate Petite Black feminine shoulder bag. To ensure that you’re picture perfect, add a pair of our Freya Rose Chandelier Black as the finishing touch.
Hari Guipure Lace Dress by Erdem
Piccola Diamond Clutch by Isota
Statement Double Drop Earrings by Marchesa
Jean Bud Clutch by Edie Parker
Embroidered Edge Satin Dress by Christopher Kane
Sleeveless Overflow Midi Dress by Maticevski
Beaded Clip Earrings by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Petite Black Shoulder Bag by Freya Rose
Chandelier Black Shoes by Freya Rose
Hollywood Shoes by Freya Rose
A somewhat surprising choice, The combination of classic black, white and royal blue were in full flow at this years ceremony, with stars such as Heidi Klum, Julia Louis Dreyfus and Sophie Turner and all opting for a monochromatic colour pallete. Now its time to channel your inner screen siren with a two tone asymmetric gown, The three dress choices below exude 1940s Hollywood glamour, through angular seams and irregular hemlines. Roland Mouret’s dramatic origami inspired gown by is flattering on any form, and the fabric folds most definitely add a sense of quirky sophistication. Team this with our Micola Noir shoes and a Satin Clutch. Carry the Asymmetric theme through with a pair of Double Bar Drop Earrings by Robert Lee Morris Soho.
Black Asymmetric Choker Dress by Keepsake
White Vintage Stone Asymmetric Studs by Anton Heunis
Gold Tone Stone Earrings by Stella McCartney
Micola Noir Shoes by Freya Rose
Asymmetric Floor Length Dress by Roland Mouret
Double Bar Drop Earrings by Robert Lee Morris Soho
Monarch Feathered Black Silk Choker by Fallon
Satin Clutch by Diane Von Furstenberg
Tabitha Black Shoes by Freya Rose
Two-Tone Asymmetric Lace Dress by Badgley Mischka