It’s difficult to believe that at last year’s Golden Globes, Hollywood’s biggest stars have all met in one place, wearing couture but no masks. They walked the red carpet together, hugged one another, and sat inches apart in a not-so-ventilated room. This year, things obviously looked significantly different. At this year’s ceremony, the stars walked a virtual red carpet and flaunted their outfits online. The ceremony took place yesterday, February 28th, and was hosted by comedians Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. When looking at the outfits worn yesterday, it appears Old Hollywood glamour served as a common theme. So, without further ado, here are some of the best outfitters worn yesterday.
Actress Daisy Edgar-Jones looked anything but normal in her Golden Globes look! The actress was nominated in the category Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series for her role as Marianne Sheridan in Normal People. Edgar-Jones wore a crochet, high-low Chanel dress, which she described in her post as “the dress of her dreams.”
Viola Davis looked spectacular in a custom gown from Los Angeles-based brand Lavie by CK. The dress was a silk cotton African print. Davis’ stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, collaborated with Cameroon-born designer Claude Kameni to make the ultimate statement piece. She accessorized with Stuart Weitzman shoes and Pomellato jewelry. This marks the brand’s debut at the Golden Globes. For the night’s celebration, Davis was nominated in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for her role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.
Tapping into the awards show from her home in Sydney, Australia, Nicole Kidman donned an elegant black halter-neck Louis Vuitton gown, custom-made by Nicolas Ghesquière, women’s artistic director of the French luxury fashion house. The wool cady apron dress, with pleated silk georgette detailing on the skirt, is embellished with a metallic braid pattern. Her strappy gunmetal-hued leather sandals are also designed by Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton. On Instagram, the nominee admitted that the gown brought her “a little glamour back” for the night.
The petite star of Netflix smash Unorthodox wore a strapless black mini-dress, with a sheer overlay from Chanel’s spring/summer 2021 collection. Haas completed her look with gold Chanel jewelry.”To wear Chanel has always been a dream of mine. When I tried this dress it was like putting my hand in a glove. It felt so right. It’s classic and elegant, but cool and modern at the same time,” Haas told E! News.
Actress Anya Taylor-Joy wore a beautiful emerald green Dior look, custom-made by creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, to virtually attend the awards. Her look was expertly captured by stylist Law Roach who was responsible for the striking ensemble. Taylor-Joy took home with her the award for Best Actress in a Limited Series.
Regina King attended the ceremony yesterday in a gorgeous Louis Vuitton sequin gown. According to E! News, the gown took 350 hours to create and includes 3,000-plus sequins. The actress accessorized with Forevermark jewelry. This look was perfect to mark King’s historic nomination in the Best Director category and embodied the Globes’ celebratory spirit – glitzy without ever seeing fussy.