Like many of the world, awards exhibits will look remarkably totally different in 2021, notably on the purple carpets. That’s, if these purple carpets exist in any respect. With most of the huge awards ceremonies delayed and the pandemic hitting Los Angeles particularly arduous, planning to decorate the potential nominees is an ever-evolving problem for movie star stylists.
“It’ll be very totally different,” says Micaela Erlanger, stylist for Golden Globe nominees Vanessa Kirby, John Boyega, Jared Leto and Anya Taylor-Pleasure. “Throughout the board, it doesn’t matter what subject you’re in, particularly with the style trade, it has been actually, actually arduous to do. However I believe that stylists, particularly, are extremely resourceful and inventive, so rolling with the punches is one thing we’re accustomed to.”
Erlanger and her fellow stylists had been taking ‘temperature checks’ with style homes and types as they awaited the belated nominations (the Impartial Spirit Awards nominations arrived first on January 26, with the Golden Globe nominations on February 3).
There are considerations that the number of appears to be like could also be smaller this 12 months, notably as manufacturers like Elie Saab skip Paris Haute Couture Week and others, like former Cushnie et Ochs designer Carly Cushnie’s new label Cushnie, shut down utterly.