Ah, the Globes.
The first award show of the year, because what’s a better way to kick off your new year than having accolades of other human beings presented through your TV screen for things that you may or may not have seen throughout the previous year. The good thing about the globes, though, is it’s a dinner, one of the very few awards shows that feed the guests in attendance.
The dress code for the Globes is one of elegance and the highly awaited guests did not disappoint on the red carpet. The Globes were a night for the bold; from feathers to chains to bold metallics, the carpet was not fit for the wallflowers.
Joey King, star of Hulu’s The Act and Netflix’s The Kissing Booth wears this black and white 3D printed dress designed by Iris Van Herpen. This dress is iconic and deserves an award on its own.
Knives Out star, Ana De Armas, dazzles in this navy sequin ballgown by Ralph and Russo. Ralph and Russo keep things simple and classic through the timeless silhouette, yet daring in choice of the midnight blue sequin fabric.
Zoey Deutch slays in this Fendi lemon jumpsuit. The Politician star kept the hair sleek with navy Harry Winston Jewelry to accent this look. This look pays attention to detail through the puffs on the sleeves and the small buttons cascading down the back.
Gwinneth Poultro serves up bohemian magic in this Fendi tool naked gown. Accented by the subtle brown color of the dress are layers of crystal jewelry, completing this modern bohemian woman fantasy.
Unbelievable star, Kaitlin Dever, creates the perfect fresh face look in this beautifully detailed Valentino gown. She has kept the look fresh with minimal makeup as well as a youthful ponytail to create a look that has us all longing for spring.
Queer Eye star, Karamo Brown, brings menswear to the forefront of the Globes in this beautifully crafted black embroidered silk suit.
Renée Zellwenger keeps it classy in this Armani baby blue gown. While the silhouette and the color are quite simple, Armani remains inventive by creating a curved neckline at the bust.
Kerry Washington proves that Micheal B Jordan and Timothy Chamelet aren’t the only ones who can rock a harness. This look does have us wishing it were all the same fabric, though.
Billy Porter blurs the lines of fashion and gender yet again in this Alex Vinash white feather tuxedo, complete with a six-foot train that required extra hands to carry down the carpet. His look is complete with not a tie, but a dainty Tiffany necklace to accent the look.