The 73rd Golden Globe Awards are happening this weekend so, in anticipation for it, I've prepared my annual fashion wish list! I typically pick individual dresses that I would like to see on a particular nominee or presenter, but considering more than fifty percent of the red carpet ends up featuring custom-designed gowns, I thought I would try something new this year. I've selected gowns I'm hoping to see in general -- some of them could work for a few different ladies therefore I didn't assign them to anyone. More often than not, my picks have made it on the carpet in the past...just on someone other than the lady I imagined it for. I'm sure we'll see nominee Jennifer Lawrence in Dior - whether it's custom or from the Fall 2015 Haute Couture runway, and I imagine fellow nominee Alicia Vikander will select a Louis Vuitton look; presenter Kate Hudson might return to the carpet in another Versace number while Lady Gaga could rock a bespoke Brandom Maxwell or Tom Ford stunner, but for the ladies who nab a design straight from the runway...hopefully it will be one (or two, or three--or all) of my favorites below. If you'd like to see (and know) what the stars are definitely wearing, then I invite you to follow me on the big night (Sunday, January 10th) on Twitter [ @TheFashionCourt ] as I ID the celebrity style on the red carpet starting at 6:30pm EST! Remember to check back here at TheFashion-Court.com after the show starts for recaps, fashion details, and verdicts.
Naomi Watts made an incredibly elegant arrival on the red carpet for the Cannes Film Festival premiere of "How To Train Your Dragon 2" in a gorgeous custom made Marchesa goddess gown. A glamorous dress calls for a major hair and makeup moment, and Naomi's go-to-gal Mary Wiles helped the beautiful actress achieve her desired look with a flawless ethereal makeup palette. "Naomi is stunning, so I wanted to emphasis her beautiful features subtlety, and keep her look fresh-faced and modern to compliment the romantic [Marchesa] dress," Mary explained the inspiration behind the look.