The Best Golden Globes Fashion Looks Were Filled With Ample Glamour
Fact: A new decade has arrived and with it comes the beginning of yet another round of awards shows. Starting with this year’s Golden Globes, it marks the beginning of the 2020 season where Hollywood’s brightest stars in film and television gather to celebrate each others’ accomplishments from the past year, but also show off their sartorial chops, as red carpets always have and always will feature an element of glamour. However, when it comes to those of an awards ceremony, celebrities take their ensembles to a level that goes unrivaled. And like the ones in years past, the 2020 Golden Globes red carpet proved to have a handful of fashion trends that seemed to be everywhere.
As the first major ceremony of the season, this is the perfect time for A-list veterans and newcomers alike to establish their red carpet style for the year. Case in point: Joey King's Iris van Herpen dress, which feels refreshingly modern next to the classic glitz and sparkle associated with awards shows. Other unique ensembles include Zoey Deutch’s custom Fendi jumpsuit. With the vibrant color and wide legs, her ensemble touches on the fashion industry’s love affair with iconic '70s trends.
With every red carpet comes a few color trends that stand out, and at this year’s Golden Globes, one was black and white. Perhaps you first noticed it when Cynthia Erivo stepped out in her Thom Browne gown. Or when Greta Gerwig paired her Proenza Schouler dress with minimalist jewelry. Of course, after all the stars moved away from the step-and-repeat and into the Beverly Hilton to begin the ceremony, there was one color that seemed most prominent of all: red, which was seen on stars including Olivia Coleman, Lauren Graham, Helen Mirren, and Nicole Kidman.
If you're reeling to see more looks from the 2020 Golden Globes red carpet, scroll down to see each standout look below.
Joey King in a sculptural dress from Iris Van Herpen.
Zoey Deutch stunned in a custom bold canary yellow gown from Fendi.
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Ana De Armas chose a custom A-line dress from Ralph Russo in classic navy sequins.
Jennifer Aniston went the timeless route with an A-line strapless gown by Dior.
Taking a lighter approach, Margot Robbie opted for a Chanel jumpsuit.
No stranger to a bold look, Billy Porter wore a beautiful feathered suit with a train from Baja East.
Scarlett Johansson opted for a timeless red gown with a sweetheart neckline by Vera Wang.
Cate Blanchett stepped onto the red carpet wearing Mary Katrantzou with Pomellato jewelry and Stuart Weitzman shoes.
Attending the Golden Globes to support her fiancé Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara donned a look from Givenchy Haute Couture's Spring 2019 collection.
The Morning Show actress wore a pale blue Miu Miu duchesse gown with sequin embroidery to attend this year's Golden Globe awards.
Saturday Night Live castmember Kate McKinnon opted out of a gown and instead wore a suit by Prabal Gurung.
Dakota Fanning took a romantic approach to her ensemble for the 2020 Golden Globe Awards with a Dior Haute Couture gown.
Always one to wear a bold look with a touch of edge, Zoë Kravitz wore a polka dot dress by Saint Laurent.
For a look that calls for drama, Kerry Washington sported a blazer and skirt combination by Altuzarra.
The star of The Farewell's Dior Haute Couture ensemble felt unexpected with its blazer top and ruffle collar — her sparkling jewelry from Forevermark was a nice finishing touch.
Charlize Theron is someone known for mastering red carpet looks that range from polished elegance to cool edge. This year, her Dior Haute Couture falls into the latter of the two.
Golden Globe nominee Kirsten Dunst wore a custom ruffled lace Rodarte gown with Swarovski crystal details.