The Golden Globes are the first red carpet event of the award season, so the expectations are high for stars to come out with a bang.
Aside from being the first, the red carpet of the Golden Globes is also one of the most glamorous, prestigious and anticipated of all award shows.
The looks from this year’s Golden Globes were great…for the most part. We did have some surprises, what with a few stars who we expected to wow us but did the exact opposite. For example, in the case of Jennifer Lopez, who looked like a giant gift wrapped up in a green and gold ribbon, or Charlize Theron in that corseted green dress with a train. Despite those mishaps, let’s turn our attention to the best fashion of the night.
Black was one of the trending colors on the red carpet this year with Jennifer Aniston wearing a plain black gown from Dior. Rooney Mara and Michelle Pfeiffer both wore sleeveless black dresses, with Mara in a Givenchy, and Pfieffer in a Brunello Cucinelli.
Winnie Harlow wore a fringe dress from LaQuan, which was more suited for an after party than for the carpet, but she looked stunning nonetheless.
How can we forget Ana de Armas in her Ralph & Russo Couture princess gown looking absolutely breathtaking? But the best-dressed star award went to Kerry Washington with her risky choice of a long, black skirt with only a gorgeous diamond chain as a top under a black blazer.
Another trend was black and white, with Zoe Kravitz wearing a polka dot dress in two different fabrics from YSL, Cynthia Erivo in a Thom Browne gown that took 800 hours to make and Awkwafina’s Dior black jacket and simple skirt paired with a dramatic white waffled tulle collar.
We had a lot of color too, especially Red with Nicole Kidman in her bright-red Atelier Versace gown, and Scarlett Johansson with her dramatic and glamorous voluminous red ball gown by Vera Wang. Zoey Deutch rocked a statement-making Fendi bright yellow gown with enormous long sleeves, and Priyanka Chopra looked beyond gorgeous and old Hollywood glamorous wearing a pink flamingo off-shoulder gown with a train by Cristina Ottaviano.
Some other looks had us all in a clamor, like the sheer tulle Fendi Brown gown worn by Gwyneth Paltrow and the citric acid Gucci dress in yellow/lime green and beige Sienna Miller wore, the minimal ice-blue, strapless column gown by Armani Privé that Renée Zellweger dazzled us with or the pocketed long white skirt with an strapless sequined embellished bodice top Chanel Couture outfit worn by Margot Robbie.
By Stanley Pierre-Etienne for Polo Lifestyles 2020