Rounding off our initial Golden Globes red carpet coverage with a whole lot of dudes in tuxes plus some other frocks which don’t quite fit into sparkles, bold block color or black and white categories.
*waves back* Oscar Isaac really is the man of the hour and not only does he look handsome as hell in custom Rag & Bone, the curl and beard level is great AND he won for Show Me a Hero. Nothing bummed me out quite as much as the end of this David Simon miniseries and I mean that as a testament to the performance and the story. Plus Isaac managed to work a mustache and dad jeans. Not an easy task.
Another winner from the night from both a style and award perspective; Jon Hamm you are a dreamy delight.
David Oyelowo was a constant highlight on last year’s awards campaign and he defies my sentiment that we were just going to get a whole lot of standard tuxedos in this purple affair.
Aziz Ansari is another dude we can count on as he goes for a muted twist on plaid.
Eddie Redmayne is also part of the fun suit clan and this Alexander McQueen subtle polka dot number is no exception. The lean is very much in full operation.
Crush from the mid-90s and current crush both looking mighty fine all suited and booted. The cast of Mr Robot is one stylish group.
#LadySuitWatch2016 kicks off to a great start with the always amazing Judith Light.
This Givenchy frock has a slight boudoir air about it on the sweeter end of the scale to Caitriona Balfe and this might be a Cate Blanchett magical fashion unicorn scenario.
Not a whole lot of pattern on the Golden Globes red carpet this year and Maggie Gyllenhaal gets more 30s inspiration in this beautiful Marc Jacobs dress.
I heart everything about Maura Tierney so I was very pleased to see her win and that she wore her glasses up on stage.
This seems like the best way to finish today’s Golden Globes red carpet coverage with a whole lot of Transparent infused chaos.