Hollywood’s biggest stars gathered Sunday night for the 2020 Golden Globes – the first major awards ceremony of the year – and as per usual, there was no shortage of glitz and glamour on the red carpet. Yes, the Globes are typically viewed by both cinephiles and TV binge-watchers, but it is also held dear by us fashion enthusiasts, with the year’s first celebrity-style moments happening right before our eyes!
It is safe to say that the Globes have become a vibrant showcase for trend-setters, ground-breakers and risk-takers alike, a chance for attendees to make bold and creative moves, and well, we are thankful to be a fashion bystander each year. From daring looks (we’re talking ruffles, puffy shoulders and plenty of shimmer) to classic displays of Old Hollywood glamour, here’s our round-up of all our favourite A-lister style moments from last night:
Scarlett Johansson in Vera Wang
Scarlett Johansson brought the glamour and drama on the red carpet in this extravagant, scarlet red (how ironic!) Vera Wang gown – enough said.
Gwyneth Paltrow in Fendi
Gwyneth Paltrow opted for a sheer, long-sleeve Fendi gown in a caramel hue, complete with sparkling jewels that shone through the see-through material. With a polished high neckline and ruffle detail that exuded femininity and confidence, Paltrow reinvented the long-forgotten naked dress. Although it left some fans scratching their heads, we praise her for her boldness!
Saoirse Ronan in CELINE by Hedi Slimane
Saoirse Ronan sparkled in this spaghetti-strapped CELINE by Hedi Slimane gown, featuring a plunging neckline, thigh-high side split and open back. Leave it to Ronan to effortlessly pull off a look that is at once both simple and fearless!
Zoe Kravitz in Saint Laurent
If anyone is going to look cool covered in two types of polka-dot prints, it is Zoe Kravitz! She leads the best-dressed list with this polka-dot Saint Laurent number which pairs perfectly with her black pixie and classic red lip.
Kirsten Dunst in Rodarte
For someone who hasn’t graced the Globes red carpet in four years, Kirsten Dunst made quite the fashion comeback in this Rodarte pretty-in-pink lace gown. With its ruffled high-neck, pastel hue and intricate fabric, we find ourselves making style comparisons to Dunst’s famous ‘Mary Antoinette’ role. Anyone else?
Dakota Fanning in Dior Haute Couture
Wearing a soft lavender Dior gown with princess puff sleeves, it looks as if Dakota Fanning came right out of a fairytale – sweet and romantic.
Cate Blanchett in Mary Katrantzou
Cate Blanchett made a chic statement in this yellow pleated creation from London-based Greek designer Mary Katrantzou, complete with a jeweled centerpiece forming the shape of the scales of the Goddess of Justice. Stunning.
Ana de Armas in Ralph & Russo
De Armas made a shimmery Globes debut in this custom design by Ralph & Russo; we love the midnight blue sequins and elegant structure!
Isla Fisher in Monique Lhuillier
Isla Fisher dazzled the carpet in a red violet Monique Lhuillier off-shoulder gown as she supported husband Sacha Baron Cohen last night. With Cohen sporting a bright blue suit, the pair definitely take home their own award for best colour-coordinated couple!
Cynthia Erivo in Thom Browne
Cynthia Erivo certainly turned heads in this black and white beaded tuxedo gown by Thom Browne. “All hand-beaded and embroidered” as reported by Erivo, we are totally obsessed with its intricateness (Not pictured: the beautiful peony flowers that detail the hem and lining). After all, it did take a whopping 800 hours to create!
Which was your favourite celebrity-style moment of the night?