How to Decorate Like Award Season’s It Girls
Red carpet moments offer up a plethora of inspired reference points, from color trends to distinctive patterns and materiality. We love taking décor cues from our favorite moments in cinema, and this year's award season It girls are turning out some serious inspiration. Keep scrolling to see which award-winner looks we're taking home.
Juxtaposing sleek architectural structure with subtle feminine detail, Alicia Vikander's statuesque Louis Vuitton Golden Globes look is as fresh as it gets. Nominated for The Danish Girl, Vikander also starred in one of our favorite films of the year, Ex Machina. Channel her sleekly edited femme style with carved marble and figural art.
Brie Larson is sweeping award season, taking home both the Golden Globe and SAG Award for lead actress in a drama for her role in Room. The effervescent beauty popped on the carpet in the most delectable shade of sky-blue Versace, and we love the silver detailing and sophisticated yet alluring cutouts. Get the look with shimmery azure bedding.
Rooney Mara's cheekbones could well be carved from Murano glass. Wearing gossamer Givenchy at the Globes, the ethereal beauty, nominated for her role in Carol, slayed. Take a cue from the romantic layering using texture-rich vintage pieces with soul.
Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka remains one to watch on the carpet, most recently in a strapless purple Erdem gown. We love the juxtaposition of ladylike demure and moody tones, and her bright aesthetic leant an easy sophistication to the dense pattern. Get the look at home with delicate florals reimagined in dramatic hues.
Nominated for Spotlight, Rachel McAdams debuted one of our favorite looks of this season in maroon Elie Saab at this year's Critics' Choice Awards. The texture and dimension of the gown are full of depth, inspiring us to reach for deep-hued accessories full of handwrought detail.
Brooklyn's Saoirse Ronan sported the perfect shade of blush in Michael Kors Collection at the SAG Awards. The soft pink shade is restrained and elegant, especially when paired with subtly sublime nudes.
Ah, Schumer. In off-the-shoulder Prabal Gurung, the star proved high-contrast black and white is always striking and perennially cool. Elevate your bar cart past Trainwreck status with chic, well-appointed accessories. Shagreen is enough to make martinis feel perfectly civilized at any hour.
Fargo's Kirsten Dunst looked every bit the stone-cold fox in head-to-toe black velvet Valentino. Velvet remains one of our best-loved trends, and Dunst's adept mix of bygone glamour and modern spirit makes her the perfect décor muse. Get the look with accessories that balance classic and contemporary.
Cate Blanchett looked beyond regal at this year's Globes. We even devoted an entire roundup of goods inspired by her statement-making Givenchy frock. Pay homage to her starring role in Carol with decadently femme barware. Pink Waterford? All the vibes.
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