The Super Bowl of Influence: A view from ITB’s Senior Vice President, Michael Jacobson
Michael Jacobson talks to Campaign Live for a piece that features his key takeaways for success in the new age of influenceView
To kick off awards season, ITB’s VIP dressing clients were featured on prominent stars on the red carpet at this year’s Golden Globes. All eyes were on one of the show’s presenters for the evening, Salma Hayek, who looked stunning on stage wearing spectacular chandelier earrings and multiple rings from Chopard. In addition, star of HBO’s hit TV show Succession and Golden Globe nominee for Best Supporting Actor, Kieran Culkin, celebrated his show’s big win for Best Television Drama wearing a Chopard diamond watch. Actress Patricia Arquette won her category for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series for her role in The Act wearing Fairmined gold earrings from Chopard. Other placements secured by the ITB VIP team included The Loudest Voice actress Annabelle Wallis in Zuhair Murad, presenter Lauren Graham in Azzi and Osta and Memoire jewelry, actor and comedian Seth MacFarlane in Chopard cufflinks and The Morning Show’s Janina Gavankar in George Chakra Couture, Hearts On Fire &Memoire Jewelry.
Shortly after the Golden Globes, ITB dressing clients also featured at the New York Film Critics Awards on the likes of stars such as Reese Witherspoon who wore Chopard. Thereafter, Allison Janney was papped in Hearts on Fire and Lily Allen was papped in Azzi & Osta, Memoire, and Hearts On Fire at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Following this, Kate Beckinsale was seen in Zuhair Murad at the Producers Guild Awards. At the various music awards events, Nicole Scherzinger wore Azzi & Osta to the Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala; Jameela Jamil wore Georges Chakra to the Grammy Awards; Catherine O’Hara wore Romona Keveza to the Critics’ Choice Awards and Jessie J wore Zuhair Murad to the Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala.