Esquire’s Jay Fielden and Hollywood power couple Mike and Irena Medavoy celebrated the nominees of the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards.

Guests at the party included both Golden Globe nominees and other notables, including Joan Collins(Dynasty), Laura Dern*(Big Little Lies), Alexandre Desplat* (Film Composer), Leonardo DiCaprio(The Revenant), Paul Feig(Spy), Eiza Gonzalez(Baby Driver), Lukas Haas (The Revenant), Ashley Judd(Berlin Station), Kyle MacLachlan*(Twin Peaks), Tobey Maguire(The Boss Baby), Alessandra Mastronardi (Italian Model), Maye Musk (Model), Edgar Ramirez(American Crime Story), Sugar Ray Leonard (Professional Boxer), Kelly Rohrbach(Baywatch), Patrick Schwarzenegger(The Long Road Home), Jimmi Simpson(Black Mirror), Jennifer Stallone (Model), Sistine Stallone (Model), Sophia Stallone (Model), Darren Star (Producer), Milo Ventimiglia(This Is Us)in addition to Esquire’s Editor-in-Chief Jay Fielden.

(*Golden Globe nominee)





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