Best dressed celebs at the 76th Golden Globe Awards
Best red carpet looks at 76th Golden Globe Awards
An annual award ceremony that bestows accolades for outstanding performance in film and television, the Golden Globe Awards is back for its 76th edition this year, which means the awards season has officially begun.
But while the names on the envelopes are highly anticipated, the ceremony is also all about the fashion. And this year’s red carpet looks did not disappoint, with celebrities decked to the nines in their best and most glamorous duds.
Here are 10 best looks at the star-studded celebration of film and television that took our breath away.
Crazy Rich Asians’ star Constance Wu was an ethereal stunner in her nude coloured Vera Wang gown. Featuring a saucy corset-like bodice and a floor-length, bouffant tulle skirt, what we adore about her dreamy look is the decadent orange velvet bow that secured her waist, which gave an unexpected touch of colour and fun to her ensemble.
The halter-neck number is a show-stopper, with a cinched waist and eye-catching bouffant train. Gemma went with a pair of statement earrings and matching heels for her accessories — which gives her look a simple elegance.
Michelle Yeoh blew us away when she showed up in this bejewelled green dress. Styling the leather and lace number with an elegant diamond choker, a statement watch and a sophisticated embellished clutch, she was a picture of grace and sophistication.
We think the look drew inspiration from the unforgettable emerald engagement ring from Crazy Rich Asians, which by the way, you can spot if you were to look closely. Fun fact: The ring was actually hers to begin with — she had lent it to the production team.
Julia Roberts is a classic example of how you don’t have to turn up in a glamorous gown to look on point. Walking the red carpet in a spunky yet classy Stella McCartney two-piece that featured a skin-coloured one-shoulder top and a pair of black satin-blend trousers, she proved that a glam goddess can pull off just about anything. Edgy and polished — we love.
Penelope Cruz was absolutely divine in her dazzling Ralph and Russo number. This black pearlescent floral jacquard gown, which features a sensual silk velvet halter neck bow and Chantilly lace overlay embellished with scattered metallic gold crystals, played up her strong features and made her look like an enchanting, ravishing beauty. We are enthralled.
This 60-year old beauty was the epitome of cool and class at the red carpet. Jamie Lee complemented her elegant alabaster long-sleeved, crystal encrusted thigh-high slit gown by Alexander McQueen with a shocking head of white hair, as well as a matching clutch, a pair of floral motif earrings and nude pumps. Captivating and imposing, she proves that age is just a number.