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At The Golden Globes: Dark Glasses, Big Hair
Drew Barrymore Renee Zellweger Evan Rachel Wood
Drew Barrymore
Renee Zellweger
Evan Rachel Wood
Ashton Kutcher & Demi Moore Robert Downey Jr. & Susan Levin Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie
Ashton Kutcher & Demi Moore
Robert Downey Jr. & Susan Levin
Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie

Los Angeles, January 11, 2009 – The Golden Globe Awards brought a big splash of Hollywood glamour to the gloomy, recession-plagued days of January. And with the huge number of really, really big stars in fancy clothes walking the red carpet at The Beverly Hilton, the two most notable trends were sunglasses on men, and blowsy hair on women. 

Sunglasses at evening events are something we’ve never understood to begin with, but we noticed so many men wearing shades while their female companions, standing right next to them, at the very same moment in time, had no trouble handling the glare of the flashbulbs bare-eyed.  Either men are more sensitive to light, or perhaps Robert Downey Jr., Ashton Kutcher, Brad Pitt, Marc Anthony and Tom Hanks had a late guys’ night out the night before and had to cover the dark circles under their eyes.

Drew Barrymore’s powder blue gown and 1960s hairstyle totally reminded us of Justin Bond’s drag character Kiki DuRane, of Kiki & Herb fame.  And then Renee Zellweger arrived, all teased out, and a trendlet was born.

A few weeks back, Evan Rachel Wood told us she dyed her hair red because she wanted a fresh start, and chose a happy medium between brunette and blonde.  She told us how explained to her hair stylist the color she had in mind: “I brought in pictures of Nicole Kidman, and was like, here,” Wood said.  “She’s beautiful, and she’s the only one in this world that’s as pale as me, so I thought it would match.”

 
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