The Golden Globes were held earlier this month, celebrating the best in film and television with winners including the war film 1917 and the HBO drama Succession. The red carpet also saw some great fashion wins, these are some of the best dressed from the event.
Joey King wore this jaw dropping Iris Van Herpen dress. Iris Van Herpen is known for her skeletal, futuristic, structural designs created with 3D printing. They create a beautiful illusion like look which was completely mesmerising to watch as Joey King walked down the carpet. I think anyone who chooses to wear a Van Herpen dress to anything deserves a best dressed spot because her pieces are works of art.
Dakota Fanning’s gorgeous Dior dress transformed her into a princess. The dainty beauty of the lilac colouring paired with the over the top puffy sleeves created a magical elegant look. All paired with simple jewellery and make-up further transformed Fanning into a Disneyesque character, wandering the woods.
Another Dior win for the night. I love the Victoriana style high ruffled neck creating a beautifully delicate feminised look. It’s then contrasted with a simple black tuxedo jacket, a typically masculine piece. A simple, but powerful outfit on Awkwafina.
This billowing Valentino dress was a ‘wow’ moment as Kaitlyn Dever walked down the carpet. It’s fun and youthful thanks small pops of colour in a true Valentino colour palette of red and pink. Yet, also elegant thanks to the intricate floral detailing.
Another insane ruffle moment with Bel Powley in MiuMiu. The puffed sleeves, ruffled neckline and pastel blue colour paired with a lower cut neckline creates the perfect pair of cute and modern, it’s stylish without being too much.
One of the more simpler of my favourite looks of the night, but that’s what I simply adore. The strapless neckline creates a beautifully dainty look. The contrasting monochromatic colours of the white brooch against the dark black dress creates simple sophistication. The dress paired with a no make up look only works to highlight Margaret Qualley’s simple beauty.
First time attending the Golden Globes calls for a sparkly moment, Ana De Armas pulled through with this gorgeous Ralph and Russo gown. The unusual colouring of the deep rich navy blue only created an even more beautiful moment.
Another navy blue moment on the Golden Globes red carpet but time in the form of a navy blue velvet suit worn by Ansel Elgort. Elgort shows us how to make the typically masculine suit even better, glittery eyeshadow and a matching glittery butterfly brooch. It’s the perfect elegant mix of feminine and masculine.