Silver Screen Stunners | Golden Globe Style

Monday, January 13, 2014
We're so inspired by this year's Golden Globe Awards. Beyond this being an incredible year for movies (12 Years a Slave, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Dallas Buyers Club, Blue Jasmine, our list goes on and on!), Tina Fey and Amy Poehler being the best hosts ever, Matthew McConaughey winning (with an "Alright, alright, alright" no less) and the incredible talent, it was also one of our favorite year's for fashion. Every single star showed why they deserve red carpet treatment. We can't wait to see the Best Dressed lists, but for now, we're translating our favorite looks to tabletop.
1. Naomi Watts in Tom Ford. Image by Jeff Vespa. / Robin Wright in Reem Acra. Image by Jason Merritt. / A silver tablescape designed by Diann Valentine. Image by MoHa Photography. // 2. Lupita Nyong'o in Ralph Lauren Collection. Image by Jess Vespa. / Amy Adams in Valentino Haute Couture. Image by Steve Granitz. / Emily Clarke designed tabletop. Image by Sarah Kate Photography. // 3. Zoe Saldana in Prabal Gurung. Image by Steve Granitz. / Jennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior. Image by Jeff Vespa. / A Todd Fiscus designed tabletop. Image by Roderick Pena Photography.
1. Naomi Watts and Robin Wright prove that age is but a number because they looked hotter than ever. We loved their silver stunners by Tom Ford and Reem Acra, respectively. The simplicity of such a look shines in a way we've seen with a Diann Valentine tabletop. Think Barcelona Silver or Silver Versailles for place settings and Valencia Etched Stemware for toasting a night of stars.
2. Lupita Nyong'o is our favorite newcomer this year. Like everyone else in the world, we are obsessed with this new talent and the beauty she brings to every event. The girl has serious style. On the flip side, we're proud to see Amy Adams finally getting the recognition she deserves. Both leading ladies showed up in crimson hues, and rightfully so. They were simply unforgettable. A tabletop for our ladies in red would no doubt include the Scarlet Filigree Glass Charger like the Emily Clarke designed tabletop above.
3. Who doesn't love Jennifer Lawrence and Zoe Saldana. They are our outspoken and endearing stars and can do no wrong in our book. Jen wore Dior (of course) and Zoe wore an incredible Prabal Gurung number that set her apart as a style star yet again. We'd take these modern looks to tabletop in much the same way as Todd Fiscus for the TwoXTwo Gala - all modern with black and white. 
Who were your favorites this year? 


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