Red Carpet Books: Golden Globes

The Golden Globes happened last Sunday night. If I had to guess, I would wager that most people are at least equally, if not more, interested in what the celebrities are wearing as in who the awards are going to. Harper Perennial was the highlight of my Twitter feed with their #redcarpetbooks tag. They stopped after four posts, though, which was unfulfilling. I decided to keep going. Here are your Red Carpet Books: Golden Globes edition.


Busy Phillips in Stella McCartney + Vengeance Road designed by Teagan White


Caitriona Balfe in Delpozo + You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine designed by Robin Bilardello


Carrie Underwood in Iris Serban + The Utopia of Rules designed by Adly Elewa


Chrissy Metz in Nathan Paul + A Darkness Strange and Lovely designed by  Cara E. Petrus


Chrissy Teigen in Marchesa + Unbecoming designed by Paul Buckley


Claire Foy in Erdem + Perfect Days designed by Amanda Dewey


Hailee Steinfeld in Vera Wang + The Little Lady Agency and the Prince designed by Simon & Schuster*


Janelle Monae in Armani Privé + Eternal Light designed by Sanda Zahirovic


Natalie Portman in Prada + Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore designed by Abby Kagan


Riley Keough in Chanel + Players designed by Vintage Contemporaries*


Ruth Negga in Louis Vuitton + Fictions Inc designed by Rutgers University Press*


Teresa Palmer in Armani Privé + Tampa designed by Allison Saltzman (I mean, the black velvet connection kind of cemented this one.)


Viola Davis in Michael Kors + Half of a Yellow Sun designed by Alfred A Knopf*


Zoe Saldana in Gucci + The Sellout designed by Rodrigo Corral

*Individual designer/s could not be identified.

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