Romper: Lorena SarbuShoes: Stuart WeitzmanBag: Jimmy ChooJewelry: Effy Jewelry
Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin) looked sensual in a figure hugging Safiyaa with strap detail.
Jason Segel cut a lithe line in an Isiahia suit, shoes by Varvatos. He added a bit of scruff on the chin and subtle color in a kerchief the echoed and combined the color palette while promoting End of Tour.
Saoirse Ronan (Brooklyn) went against the trend for longer skirts, showing off her gams in a striking olive mini by Michael Kors.
Matt LeBlanc (Episodes) looked very un-Joey-like in an elegant Armani, the colors playing up the silver in his hair and his ebony shirt.
Ready for my close-up. Sarah Silverman stunned in this ivory Erin Fetherston that hid Kurt Gieger shoes. The I Smile Back star finished the ensemble with Jewelry by Pasquale Bruni.
Sarah Hyland followed the trend toward contained hair. Her splash of color stood out in a triangular delight by Vera Wang featuring a subtle cut-out and contrasting strap emphasis. Her sandals, the classic ankle strap by Weitzman. Her Neil Lane jewelry understated and perfect for the pow of the dress.
Rami Malek is fast becoming a red carpet favorite. The Mr. Robot star looked very much the top dog in Top Man.
Tessa Thompson from Creed and last year’s Selma went for a plum sequined dress with hem detail by Miu Miu, her hair swept up showing the angles on her face.
Michael Shannon (Freeheld; 99 Homes) let the tailoring play up his lanky physique in a fitted Tom Ford.
The Sicario actor paired a dark suit and shirt, going casual without a tie. Benicio Del Toro was all smiles in a Richard Anderson.
Patricia Clarkson’s Learning To Drive, braved the unusually cool California temps in this plunging Nanette Lepore; the black contrasting with her ivory skin. The red lips and side swept hair heightened the sense of glamour.
Bryan Cranston (Trumbo) contrasted an almost burgundy tie with a deep blue suit, sharing that he was booked through to 2017 with a slate of projects in his future.
Black was the dominant color - unless you were a British gentleman, in which case purple was the color of choice. Skirts were either long and slit or very short. Spirits were high and the night was young, but inclusive. Let the Golden Globe season begin!
Elegant yet casual, Patrick Stewart (Blunt Talk) didn’t shy away from the trend towards color for men.
Sir Ian McKellen brought a touch of color with a Roberto Cavalli scarf that mirrored his Hermes tie, grey Unconditional jacket, black Givenchy shirt and Top Man trousers. His shoes were Christian Louboutin and his hat, Christies.
Young Hollywood came out to support the kickoff of the Golden Globe season with the announcement of Corinne Foxx as Ms Golden Globe 2016.