After a brief hiatus, the Golden Globes made a comeback on Tuesday evening in Beverly Hills, California, to honour the year’s best film and television performances. Hollywood's biggest stars stepped out in head-turning style and delivered a myriad of memorable looks. But the most fashion-forward outfits of the night – and those that grabbed eyeballs – were velvet dresses, asymmetrical cuts and sequined garbs. Here’s a lowdown of the best-dressed celebrities from the night.
The singer, who was nominated for best original song for her work on Lift Me Up in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, skipped the red carpet but still gave us the biggest fashion moment of the night. She was clad in a black ball gown, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes and a Roger Vivier clutch. The ruched detailing of the dress was bang on trend, while the velvet cape added to the formal effect.
She looked breathtaking in a sheer, embellished Oscar de la Renta gown which entailed an intricate, crystal-encrusted, web-like pattern and a circular neckline. We love how Chastain allowed the focus to be on the gown, hence opting for no jewellery. With her hair in a neat updo, here best and only accessory was her million-dollar smile.
The Wednesday actor stunned in a Gucci creation. With cut-out silhouettes ruling over the second half of 2022 (and for every good reason!), Ortega picked a draped, beige number from the design house. The dress comprised cut-out and metal accents at the waistline, showing off her fiery abs. The star paired the pleated outfit with multiple Tiffany & Co pieces. Nude makeup finished off her look.
The Black Panther: Wakanda Forever nominee’s look shone through from every angle. Opting for a silver sequin Pamella Roland gown featuring a halter neckline and crystal back detailing, she looked perfect for an award show. Bling Chopard jewellery and custom-dyed silver satin Sarah Flint "Mihaela 120" platform heels completed her look.
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