Plus, a few other celebs who went the sustainable route with their looks.
Last night’s Golden Globes may have essentially amounted to a three-hour Zoom call, but the WFH-ness of it all didn’t stop the celeb guests from going full glam. And while last year’s ceremony was a bit more focused on climate change (the 2020 Golden Globes took place while the devastating wildfires raged in Australia, prompting urgent calls-to-action to serve our planet better), a few celebs did opt for more sustainable options when getting dressed up for the evening last night.
Jane Fonda, who was on hand to accept the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement, has been vocal about her vow to to never buy new clothes again for a couple of years now, and last night was no exception. The outspoken activist donned a sleek cream pantsuit that she pulled from her own closet, and completed the chic look with metallic Sarah Flint pumps and Pomellato earrings.
“We spend too much money, we buy too many things, and then we get rid of them,” the 83-year-old explained on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week. “We try to develop our identity by shopping, right? We gotta stop all this consumerism.”
Bryce Dallas Howard, one of the show’s presenters, also had sustainability in mind when picking out her Globes look. The actor-director sported a shimmery ombré Temperley London dress which she had picked up from the online consignment retailer The RealReal. She paired the sequinned dress with magenta pumps by Alexander McQueen that she had previously worn on a press tour a few years ago.
“As many of you know, I love the sustainability of consignment fashion and often find secondhand pieces for press,” she wrote on her Insta. “When I found out I was presenting at the #GoldenGlobes, I immediately went back to my tried and true friend, @therealreal!”
And while neither January Jones nor Kiernan Shipka were officially involved in the night’s festivities, that didn’t stop the former Mad Men stars from having a little fashion fun of their own. Jones kicked things off, pulling out a red Versace gown she previously wore at the Globes a decade ago. The actress shared the fun pic on her IG, writing: “10yrs later and it still, (sorta), fits.”
Shipka, who played her on-screen daughter in the critically acclaimed series, followed in Jones’s footsteps and found the adorable plum Papo d’Anjo dress she wore herself at the same ceremony back in 2011. “I heard we’re putting on our Golden Globes looks from 10 years ago,” the now 21-year-old wrote. You know what they say: Like mother, like daughter.