Sonjia Williams talks Golden Globes fashion with 7News
UNDATED (WHDH) -- The fashion trends were hot this year at the Golden Globes. 7News spoke to former Project Runway contestant Sonjia Williams about her impressions.
“I think people are getting more bold with fashion. I think that they feel like they want to take a risk, and not wear things that are just so traditional,” said Williams.
Topping the trends: long sleeves. There were quite a few covered-up arms, including those of Kate Hudson. She wore a chic and sophisticated Alexander Mcqueen dress.
Nicole Richie chose a light blue lace, long-sleeve gown by Naeem Khan
Best Supporting Actress nominee Hayden Panettiere took many by surprise with her nomination - she snagged a nod for her role in the series Nashville - but she proved that she could stand beside the rest of Hollywood in her Roberto Cavalli Golden Globes gown,” said
“I love the details of the different sequin in her dress. She has, you know, a really pretty nice mermaid shaped dress,” said Williams.
New mothers took the red carpet by storm, Claire Danes made a glamorous return in Versace -- the Homeland star gave birth to her first son, Cyrus, on December 17.
Megan Fox had a night-off from baby as she put in a stunning red carpet turn in a form-fitting nude Dolce and Gabbana dress.
But you can't have the best without the worst - the gold-embroidered top of Julianne Hough's white Monique L’huillier gown was lovely, but the skirt was a mess of tissue-like organza.
The top of Jessica Chastain's sea-foam green Calvin Klein gown was too blousy, and the color did not do anything to complement her pale complexion and red hair.
But probably the worst of all was Lucy Liu's blue rose-patterned Carolina Herrera gown. It made her look like she was ready for a costume ball.
“I think that she might get a lot of flack about it because it's just so different and the bright, bold flowers in it,” said Williams.