by Ashley Pagliaro
by Ashley Pagliaro
|Tina Fey in L'Wren Scott-- via Huffington Post|
It is safe to say that we are officially in the heart of awards season. And you know what that means --- plenty of New Yorkers head out West and dawn their best. Last night was no different; both native and transplant New Yorkers walked the red carpet in exquisite gowns ranging from modern whimsy to classic silhouettes. Tracy’s New York Life has rounded up our best-dressed New Yorkers from last night’s Golden Globe Awards. Check out a few of our favorites.
Co-host of the night, alongside her SNL alumna Amy Poehler, Tina Fey is New York at its best. She had many looks last night, but her most flattering was the L’Wren Scott dress she wore to walk the red carpet. Fey’s style has evolved over the years to a point of poise and sophistication that New Yorkers can be proud of.
Claire Danes is a born and raised New Yorker, and Homeland has placed her in a spotlight that's been a long time coming. My So Called Life, anyone? Last night, Danes wore a sexy, red Atelier Versace dress that showed off this new mom’s fabulous post-baby figure, and unbelievably just one month after delivery.
|Claire Danes rocked the red carpet in Versace--via Huffington Post|
Jessica Chastain. Need I say more? I was able to see Zero Dark Thirty before the awards and her performance was so brilliant that she honestly could’ve worn a paper bag. But of course, she didn’t. Her seafoam Calvin Klein Collection dress was a standout of the night. Complimenting her gorgeous red hair, she paired the gown with Harry Winston jewels. Lucky for me I’ll get to see this NoHo dweller on Broadway in The Heiress later this week.
|Jessica Chastain was a winner---in her dress and as Best Actress in Zero Dark Thirty--via Huffington Post|
Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig. Thank you, England. The day this gorgeous and talented couple bought an apartment in SoHo, NYC instantly became more beautiful. Nominated for her role in The Deep Blue Sea, Weisz went for a fun look in a sheer, polka-dotted Louis Vuitton dress. By her side, Craig looked very Bond-like in a Tom Ford tuxedo and dark sunglasses.
|The stunning NYC couple of the evening was Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig--via Huffington Post|
Lena Dunham had quite the night at the 70th annual Golden Globes. Taking home two awards, this writer, director, producer triple-threat showed that New Yorkers do it all. A TriBeCa Native, Dunham wore a decadent aubergine dress, designed by fellow New Yorker, Zac Posen. It was a welcomed change to see Dunham showing off her glamorous side.
|Lena Dunham won two awards last night for her television show, Girls--via Huffington Post|
Anne Hathaway rarely disappoints, both in style choices and acting performances. Last night was no exception. Hathaway represents the borough of Brooklyn, where she lives with husband Adam Schulman. Having chosen Chanel because it made her feel ‘like herself,’ she looked confidently comfortable when taking home the award for playing the role of Fantine in Les Misérables. And hey, if Chanel makes you feel like yourself, you must be feeling pretty good.
|Anne Hathaway rarely disappoints and last night was no different--in Chanel--credit|
The night was filled with fabulous looks from all attendees. We are proud to see that our New Yorkers won major points not only for their acting abilities, but their personal style as well--- we wouldn’t have it any other way. Congrats to the nominees and the winners!