Why The Red Carpet Doesn’t Feel Like A Competition For Stylists Anymore 25.January 2018
THE greatest thing about this awards season is the camaraderie that’s going on among women,” Elizabeth Boltzmann, the stylist behind Wyeth Pal-trow, Sawhorse Roman and Ma Thurman’s wardrobes, told Vogue. “It doesn’t feel like it’s a competition anymore, it feels like family.”There is so much going on in the world that’s not positive,” she continued. “At the very least fashion, which is such a big business, better be fun and friendly. If it’s not, then something has gone even more wrong, because we have to support one another.Boltzmann might currently be on the road to dress three-time Academy Award nominee Roman, but the awards season trail, which she likens to accompanying a singer on tour, has seen her collaborate with fellow stylists, who are treading the mood of this year’s red carpet carefully. “I have given people dresses, I have given people shoes, I’m having open conversations, she recalled. There are a billion critics now, so it’s important we’re on the same side.