Bravotv.com: How are the Golden Globes different from other award shows? Can you get away with more?
I don't know if I'd say you can get away with more - but it's a little less intense than the Oscars. People really have fun at the Globes. It's just a bit less formal, but equally as fabulous.
You dressed five women for the Globes: Anne Hathaway, Demi Moore, Debra Messing, Cameron Diaz, and Eva Mendes. What was the look you were going for each of them? Let's start with Anne Hathaway, who was nominated.
For Annie we were going for real vintage Hollywood glamour. Really elegant timeless glamour. Annie had a great year of fashion and took a lot of risks, so we felt that for the Globes, it was just about looking beautiful and elegant, and really returning to the young Hollywood movie star, which she does so well.
Did you have any problems with Anne's dress?
For all of the women I worked with on the Globes, let's just say it was not easy getting to any of the dresses. It was a really intense process of digging extremely deep in a very short period of time, because we didn't have a lot to choose from. The overall tone, as we talked about on the show, is that because it's after the holidays there are extremely limited resources, everything's closed, and a lot of stuff has already been seen in magazines or worn by other people.
Can you tell us about Demi Moore's look at the Globes?
Demi just took my breath away. She's just this kind of ethereal breath of fresh air. She's real, soft, subtle, elegant. I thought it was such a nice change for Demi to go soft and natural instead of that sort of edgier black look that she traditionally wears. Her hair was really soft, her jewelry was so just simple - elegant, vintage Cartier diamonds. Her look was just really, really soft and beautiful. She almost wafted down the carpet. It was very airy.