As much as guests enjoyed getting their hair, makeup and nails touched up at Philip B, Laura Mercier and Lauren B stations, the true hit of the Weinstein Company/Netflix Golden Globes after party? The Fatburger truck hired for the night. A ravenous Amy Adams brought her trophy — and her appetite — to the soiree, trading off bites of her burger with a friend as hubby Darren Le Gallo sat nearby. Also digging in: Taylor Swift and her entourage, which included Jaime King, the Haim girls and, of course, bestie Lorde. (Where was Karlie Kloss?) The posse lost it when the DJ played “Blank Space,” shortly after their arrival. Swift and her pals were apparently not too cool to shimmy and sing along to every word.
One booth over, Harvey Weinstein and wife Georgina Chapman held court at a table blocked off by five security guards, holding their hands up to block iPhone photos from the rubberneckers. Apparently, only the celebs were deemed worthy of photos, with Jennifer Lopez, Cara Delevingne and Rita Ora posing for selfies with Chapman shortly after joining the couple. “The Golden Globes is such a fun celebration, and it’s the beginning of the season. I think everyone’s in a great mood. It’s very festive. It’s everybody appreciating the art that everyone’s put together for the year and all the talent,” said Chapman, decked out in a — what else? — Marchesa gown. “I felt like something summery. New York’s so bloody cold,” explained the designer.
Later on, Jake Gyllenhaal showed up, prompting cell-phone-wielding attendees and photographers to swarm the “Nightcrawler” actor, as he caught up with 50 Cent. Fellow nominee Benedict Cumberbatch spent the night hanging with the cast of “The Imitation Game” and doting on his pregnant fiancée, Sophie Hunter. Keira Knightley, on the other hand, only made a brief appearance.
Hours earlier, at the viewing party and dinner, sponsor Marie Claire’s editrix Anne Fulenwider reminded, “I have to pace myself. This party builds.” During the bash, she made the rounds with a Gucci-clad Nina Garcia, who spent much of her night with Kate Hudson.
An “incredibly thrilled and honored” Ruth Wilson brought along her gleaming hardware (she took the prize for Best Actress in a TV Drama for her turn in “The Affair”). “Wow, the show was hard work, and it was different and unique, and for it to be recognized in this way — I’m overwhelmed,” she said.
Latecomer Rosamund Pike was among the last guests to arrive and was seen waiting for her driver around midnight.