Golden Globes Style Winners
The Golden Globes are the step-child of entertainment awards, wedged in the beginning of the new year and offering hot takes on the “best” shows and movies of the year (I love Queen as much as the next girl but don’t necessarily agree with all the hype Bohemian Rhapsody has been getting…) that more prestigious awards often veto or overlook.
One thing the Globes does deliver on (and is quite frankly, often the best part of the show) is the red carpet, however. Here are a few of the most stunning looks from the night.
Honorable mention: the award for best accessories goes to wearers of the Times Up x2 ribbons and wristbands. After last year’s supernova of awards show activism, it was debated whether this year would prove to sustain the momentum, and while the outward industry-wide rage of last year’s ceremony certainly wasn’t as present in this year’s more light-hearted show, the movement was by no means extinguished. In her acceptance speech, Regina King put her foot down and declared "Time's Up times two."
Billy Porter brought the flair in a dramatic and elegant Randi Rahm ensemble:
Lupita Nyong’o looked nothing less than the African Queen she is in Calvin Klein:
Jamie Lee Curtis proved yet again that age is truly nothing but a number in Alexander McQueen:
Janelle Monae wore a stunning Egyptian-esque piece from Chanel’s Fall 2019:
Constance Wu and Kiki Layne wore lovely, nude/peach princessy dresses with caged bodices, by Vera Wang and Christian Dior respectively:
Drumroll, please: on brand with her own Hollywood Cinderella story, Lady Gaga wore an appropriately fairytale inspired Valentino gown. The pièce de resistance of the look? It pays homage to Judy Garland’s dress in the 1954 version of A Star Is Born, in the very same role that Gaga stars as in the remake.
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