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Best dressed at the Golden Globes


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Yesterday evening awards season was well an truly opened. The 76th Annual Golden Globes hosted the finest actors across the film and television world, all together at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. 

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Last year, in support of the Time's Up movement, there was a black-out across the red-carpet with all-stars choosing to don black gowns in respect of those who have been sexually assaulted and harassed within the industry. This year, although, colour was well and truly re-instated, the support was still loud and proud with many stars donning wristbands and ribbons carrying the 'Times up' name.

It was hard to choose the best dressed on a red carpet so full of colour and variety, but here it is... our best dressed from the 2019 Golden Globes.


Gemma Chan

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Following her Hollywood breakout role in Crazy Rich Asians last year, British actress Gemma Chan has been one to watch on the red carpet. Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray (who also styles Lily James, Jenna Coleman and Gabriella Wilde to name but a few) Chan looked incredible in this petrol blue Valentino Haute Couture gown. 


Lady Gaga

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Nominated for countless awards, Lady Gaga was always going to be on the best-dressed lists no matter what she wore. Following a sensational 2018 in terms of style (she was one of our style icons of the year), the A Star is Born actress more than started 2019 off with a bang. Gracing the red carpet in periwinkle blue Valentino, Gaga played homage to Judy Garland's gown from the original film back in 1954. A class act. 


Saoirse Ronan

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Another one of our 2018 fashion icons, Irish actress Saoirse Ronan has rarely been left off best-dressed lists since she started walking red carpets aged just 13. Styled by fashion powerhouse Elizabeth Saltzman, Ronan went outside her comfort zone in this plunging silver custom-made Gucci dress. The silver symbolises a silver lining in Hollywood, Saltzman told The Hollywood Reporter.


Jodie Comer, Sandra Oh & Phoebe Waller-Bridge

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Globes presenter Sandra Oh was joined on the red carpet by Killing Eve co-star Jodie Comer and showrunner Phoebe Waller-Bridge. The three women looked incredible in contrasting looks. Oh wore white Versace, Comer was in embroidered black tulle Ralph & Russo, and Waller-Bridge was in red sequined Galvan. All three were styled by Elizabeth Saltzman and the cohesive juxtaposition of their looks confirms why she is one of the most sought-after stylists in the industry. Can you name a more iconic trio? We'll wait...  


Rachel Brosnahan

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One of the winners from the night both on the carpet and off was best actress Rachel Brosnahan. The star of The Marvellous Mrs Maisel looked luminous in buttercup yellow Prada. Inspired by her character, Brosnahan's gown was a clear nod to the styles of the 1950s, when the show is set. 


Lupita Nyong'o

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The undisputed queen of the red carpet, Lupita Nyong'o yet again did not disappoint. Arriving alongside her Black Panther co-stars, Nyong'o more than stole the show in this Calvin Klein look. Royal blue and dripping in diamond embellishments, this is one of Nyong'o best looks yet.


Joanna Newsom

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This gown worn by Joanna Newsom divided critics' opinions. The singer-songwriter arrived on the arm of her husband, Globes presenter Andy Samberg, wearing this midi-length dress by Rodarte. Whimsical and cute aren't words usually used to describe a Golden Globes gown, but Newsom's brave choice really did pay off. 


Regina King

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Best supporting actress winner Regina King looked truly magnificent in this custom made Alberta Ferretti gown. Showing us that rose gold is far from over, the strapless heavily embellished dress looked incredible on King. We're excited to see what she does next on the red carpet.


Lucy Boynton

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Bohemian Rhapsody star Lucy Boynton looked like a Golden Globe herself in this stunning look. Wearing head-to-toe gold, this Hedi Slimane for Celine gown looks as though it was made for Boynton. The whole look was tied together seamlessly with her baby blonde jaw-length bob and sixties style eye makeup. Tres Chic. 


Kiki Layne

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Custom made Dior never looked so good. Actress Kiki Layne channelled her inner ballerina in this stunning blush pink fairy-tale gown. Layne was one of the breakout stars of last night's red carpet with nobody really knowing what to expect from her, so we can't wait to see what she pulls out of the bag later on in awards season.


Julia Roberts

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Julia Roberts is the queen of the trouser-suit, choosing to wear them time after time instead of the typical red carpet gown. The Stella McCartney look she wore to the Globes is one of her best yet, merging the floaty classic dress with black tailored trousers. This look was the best of both worlds and we don't know anyone who could pull it off better than Roberts.


So there you have it. The ten best-dressed stars at The Golden Globes (well... technically 13), and as this is just the beginning of awards season we can't wait to see what the rest of the ceremonies have in store for us fashion-wise. 

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