LOS ANGELES — When it came to red carpet looks at the 76th annual Golden Globes, the celebs seemed to be split between subtle political statements and a no-fuss approach after the lift of last year’s all-black dress code.
“Valentino wanted to dress me tonight and I said, ‘Yes.’ I feel very privileged,” said Laura Dern, in a fiery red gown before dashing down the carpet with her daughter.
The sentiment was the same for “BlacKkKlansman” star Laura Harrier. “This is the first and only dress that I tried on,” she said. “I put it on and loved it and here we are. It was very chill. I love the fit. I love how sparkly it is and I just feel pretty in it.”
Moments later Kieran Culkin, who was nominated for Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture for TV, echoed that sentiment, noting: “It was the first thing we tried on. Black on black on black. I just had to be talked into the bowtie to be honest.”
For those with a bit more to say, they spoke up with their fashion choices.
“I am wearing Off-White,” said Janet Mock of “Pose.” “I chose this gown because I wanted to wear white.