The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards showcased star studded celebrities in the best dressed fashion was held at The Beverly Hilton and broadcast on February 28th in Beverly Hills, California.
The ceremony was hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, which took place two months later than originally planned. Many celebrities didn’t let the global pandemic stop them from breaking out the hottest new couture from the Paris runways, or by re-wearing past outfits. Even though the ceremony took place on two coasts with most nominees popping in virtually, fashion was still the major talking point.
First up, Anya Taylor-Joy, who won Best Actress in a TV Motion Picture for her role in The Queen’s Gambit, accepted her award in a green custom gown from Dior Haute Couture accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewels that were worth over $1.8 million. As if that weren’t enough, the star topped off her look with checkered-print nail art inspired by The Queen’s Gambit for total detail-oriented perfection. Another celebrity who stole the red carpet was Regina King. The director/actress wore a sparkling dress by Louis Vuitton which featured an asymmetrical neckline and front panels of silver sequins, accessorized with diamond jewelry by Forevermark. Though most people are still in awe over the vibrant blue Schiaparelli Couture that she wore to the 2020 Emmys, this stunner served as a worthy follow-up.
Taping into the older Hollywood Golden Globe fashion was non other than Angela Bassett. The actress arrived looking regal in a purple Dolce & Gabbana gown. The draped, asymmetrical number, sprinkled with beaded embellishments, also featured a feather trim around the shoulder and thigh-high slit to add that extra shine.
Lastly, was the Golden Globes’ nominee for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for Mank, Amanda Seyfried. Seyfried wore Forevermark jewelry, including drop earrings set in platinum. She wore $1 million worth of diamonds, including yellow drop earrings set in platinum and 18-karat yellow gold and a choker set in 18-karat white gold, with her flower-ruffled, reddish Oscar de la Renta gown. The off-the-shoulder look almost didn’t make it to Seyfried, who stayed in Savannah, Georgia with her family, when it was being shipped from the label’s studio in New York City. The dress was lost for 36 hours according to her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart. Thankfully, someone from Oscar de la Renta drove hours to the 24-hour FedEx hub in Newark, New Jersey and stayed there until they found the dress in the nick of time.