Why *This* Golden Globes Look Was A TZR-Favorite

by Shelby Ying Hyde
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Arguably the most exciting part of awards shows, the arrivals on the red carpet are a perfect opportunity to see some of the runway's most intricate pieces (as well as a slew of custom designs) in real life. Kicking off the season with ample glamour, the 77th Annual Golden Globe fashion looks were so good that TZR's team had a tough time nailing down their respective favorites from the night. And while it might have been difficult, yes, there were definitely a few editor-approved looks that led the pack in style.

The unspoken theme of the Golden Globes was undoubtedly Old Hollywood glamour. The celebrities in attendance served up a plethora of beauty and fashion looks that oozed opulence and glitz with just the right amount of sparkle for the occasion. Among the extravagant ensembles were bow-detailed dresses of epic proportions and full-length gowns with embellishments that caught the light perfectly from every angle.

Nominated for her role in Knives Out, newcomer, Ana de Armas stunned in a fan-favorite navy blue ball gown, covered in sequins. Another favorite of the evening was Zoey Deutch's '70s-inspired Fendi jumpsuit (which at first glance appeared to be a floor-grazing gown). But leave it to Zoë Kravitz to opt for a bold polka-dot dress, which was quite different from anything else seen on the red carpet that evening.

Needless to say the kickoff to awards season was nothing short of glamorous, setting the bar high for the red-carpet fashion to come. Ahead, a selection of our editor's favorite picks of the night, and they're as good as you'd expect.

Ana de Armas

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"I'm not usually one for sequins, but I think this custom Ralph & Russo gown is such a subtle take on opulence. The nod to Old Hollywood glamour the (2020 way) is so beautifully executed" — Shelby Hyde, Shopping News Editor

Jodie Comer

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"Jodie Comer has been a source of fashion inspiration for me for the past year, and this night just solidified her role as my style guru." — Angela Melero, Deputy Editor

Cate Blanchett

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"Cate Blanchett is always one to watch on the red carpet. She is daring, and trendsetting. Plus, this dress looks so cool from Every. Single. Angle." — Aemilia Madden, Senior Fashion Editor

Bel Powley

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"Not very many people would dare to pull off a 'prairie girl' inspired look on the red carpet, but Bel Powley did so flawlessly." - Anna Buckman, Shopping News Editor

Zoë Kravitz

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“Zoe Kravitz is the ultimate style icon on and off the red carpet, and her Golden Globes look proved to be no different. The polka-dot column gown by Saint Laurent was a risk, but it was a welcome nod to Old Hollywood. She looked absolutely timeless.” — Lauren Caruso, Site Director

Billy Porter

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"Billy Porter’s Alex Vinash tuxedo, complete with a 14-yard train and 4,000 Swarovski crystals, was truly Sunday’s best." — Khalea Underwood, Beauty Editor

Gwyneth Paltrow

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"I'm a sucker for anything sheer, and I think this is a look that can easily be recreated IRL. And styling a chunky diamond necklace underneath was the cherry on top." — Kelsey Stewart, Editorial Assistant

Zoey Deutch

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"I’m a sucker for anything remotely reminiscent of the 1970s, and this custom Fendi jumpsuit just does it for me. Add the fact that it’s in canary yellow — which seems like a bold and unexpected choice for anyone — and I’m sold." — Dale Chong, Staff Writer

Charlize Theron


"I, like many others, thought a lot about corsets (and corset detailing) throughout 2019. I love to see the trend — if you could call it that — continue into 2020." — Madge Maril, Staff Writer