Golden Globes Report: The Perfect 10
by Laurie brookins
2. Charlize Theron
As she remains the face of Dior fragrance—who doesn’t love those CGI-friendly J’adore ads?—Theron’s choice of designer for Sunday’s Golden Globes was one of the easiest predictions of the night. And then you saw the dress: a dusty rose silk-chiffon Dior haute-couture stunner, from its deep-plunging V-neck to the lavish bow at the waist to the up-to-there slit that revealed plenty of leg. Theron was utterly stunning, only more so with the addition of vintage Cartier jewels: a bandeau of round-old-cut and rose-cut diamonds from 1920, a fleurettes brooch of platinum, gold and round-cut and baguette-cut diamonds at her waist from 1951 (a brooch at the waist=eternal chic), as well as a platinum and diamond ring and white gold and diamond ear studs. A few took to Twitter to grouse over the headband, but I disagree: If you were seeking a goddess at the Golden Globes, Theron was the unequivocal choice.