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Fashion News: Golden Globes 2012 has some stunning moments

January 16, 2012 |  8:44 am

 

Madonna and Andrea Riseborough made fashion statements on the Golden Globes 2012 red carpet

Madonna seemed to channel herself at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, wearing black, a cross pendant and fingerless gloves. The look was softened by her loose waves, which our Melissa Magsaysay explains how to achieve in another post. But the singer and actress made it clear the night wasn't all about her, walking the red carpet with Andrea Riseborough, the star of "W.E.," the new film about Wallis Simpson that Madonna directed and co-produced -- and making sure her star got plenty of the limelight too. The Globes fashion scene was kind of same-old, same-old, but with some stunning looks from risk-takers including the night's best dress, the Dior Couture gown worn by Charlize Theron, says Times fashion critic Booth Moore. [Los Angeles Times]

The Globes dominated the scene for fashion watchers this weekend, but it wasn't the only game in town. At Saturday's Art of Elysium "Heaven" gala, Cameron Silver, co-owner of Decades boutique, put on a fashion show. The gala, in Los Angeles' Union Station, combined formal gowns, a fashion show of vintage styles from Silver's boutique and a scene "that seemed to come straight out of a 1930's Fred Astaire movie." [SocietyNews LA]

Adrien Brody, Gary Oldman and Willem Dafoe modeled Prada's men's ready to wear fall 2012 collection on the runway in Milan

Over in Milan, the men's fall ready-to-wear shows are going on, and Prada's runway presentation Sunday was a real treat. Models included actors Adrian Brody (above), Willem Dafoe and Gary Oldman. [Fashionista]

Rapper Lil Wayne presented his first clothing line, "TRUKFIT," last week. The label's name stands for "The Reason You Kill For It," and it is soon to be available at Zumiez. [The Cut] 

Protesters gathered outside a Dolce & Gabbana's store in Hong Kong on Sunday, demonstrating for the third time in a week against what they say is racism by the label. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

John Paul Gaultier has designed a bar of gold for Dallas-based Dillon Gage Metals. The 24-karat bar with the Gaultier logo was priced last week at $1,826.33. "Never before has a fashion icon designed a gold ingot," Dillon President Terry Hanlon was quoted as saying. [Racked]

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-- Susan Denley

Upper photo: Madonna and Andrea Riseborough at the Golden Globes 2012. Credit: Jason Merritt / Getty Images

Lower photo: Adrien Brody walks the runway as Prada presents its fall 2012 ready-to-wear collection in Milan on Sunday. Credit: Giuseppe Cacace / AFP/Getty Images

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