We love.....The Golden Globes

It’s the first big night of the Hollywood calendar and our first chance of the year to see those red carpet trends. And we weren’t disappointed.

Here are our top five:

Cate Blanchett

This art deco-style gown by Givenchy haute couture is beautifully intricate in detail it is a masterpiece of art. This is a great colour for Cate harmonising her cool skin tone and complimenting her cool blue eye colour. A pop of warm pink on the lips and cheeks gives this beautiful style the thumbs up from us. 


Kate Bosworth

Kate wore a Dolce and Gabbana pink sequinned gown. This strapless gown is a real statement piece and not one to forget. Kate let the dress do all the talking as her hair was kept in a simple slick bun and makeup flawless as always and kept to a minimal. We're loving the natural lip colour which is similar to our So Coco shade. Stunning. 

Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley

This delicate rich gold gown by Versace works so well with Rosie’s skin tone and caramel blonde hair. The chiffon section at the base ensures the gown does not look heavy on her enviable frame. The soft curls in her hair add a romantic feel and makeup is heavenly with this seasons lip colour in Iced Coffee. Some contouring can be seen in creamy products, you'll get the same soft glow with our Trio concealer/contour pot. Gorgeous! 


Helen Mirren

She never fails. This elegant off the shoulder gown by Badgley Mischka with statement necklace and bracelet by Harry Winston is simple in its execution but stunning in appearance. The berry lipstick adds warmth and the slick bob keeps the look modern. Magnificent. 


Olivia Palermo

At first this look doesn’t scream “Golden Globes” but this dress works. This Delpozo cocktail dress is modern, chic and stands out from the crowd for all the right reasons. The bright pink lipstick clash with the red stripe is a hit at Lynette Page HQ. Get the look with beautiful fuchsia lipstick in Winning!  We love Olivia’s individual style. Glorious.