Chanel, Dior and Saint Laurent ... The French fashion flag was flying on the Golden Globes red carpet Sunday night, with some of the best-dressed women in Hollywood in Paris haute couture.
There were smaller statements of support for the French people in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shootings too, most notably the “Je suis Charlie” button Amal Clooney pinned to her satin Dior clutch. Glove makers around the world should also rejoice at the fashion plate’s choice to wear white gloves with her black silk crepe Dior gown, and potentially kicking off a trend.
Other standouts in French fashion labels were Dakota Johnson in a Chanel haute couture gown with at least fifty shades of grey paillettes, and Jennifer Aniston in a sexy, sophisticated simple black Saint Laurent with a chic halter neckline.
But it was Julianne Moore who created the biggest fashion frenzy in a custom Givenchy gown that showed off the best French ateliers have to offer — liquid-looking silver metallic embroidery, and delicate degrade feathers. Ooh la la indeed.