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2 years ago, by Voir Editorial Team Celebration and surprise at the Golden Globes

2 years ago, by Voir Editorial Team

Celebration and surprise at the Golden Globes

Last night saw the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles, hosted by a duo of comedic genius and Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg and the woman who had the world on the edges of their seats as Eve in Killing Eve, Sandra Oh. It was a night full of surprises, with “Green Book” which arrives in UK cinemas on 1st February bagging home three awards, and Oh herself making history by being the first Asian actress to win a Golden Globe for ‘Best Actress in a TV Drama’ in 40 years.

It was also a good night for British talent with Olivia Coleman, Christian Bale, Ben Whishaw, and Richard Madden all taking home awards, as well as Bohemian Rhapsody winning the ‘Best Motion Picture Drama’, and earning ‘Best Actor in Motion Picture Drama’ for Rami Malek’s performance as Freddie Mercury.

It was a night full of celebration, talent, diversity, and change. Done so in the most stylish manner.

There was a wash of red dresses on the red carpet, from Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s sequinned number to Danai Gurira’s combination of red and burnt orange, to Nicole Kidman in skin-tight burgundy with a glitterball clutch, and many more.

Black was also a go-to colour choice for stars such as Olivia Coleman, Rosamund Pike, and Octavia Spencer. However, no one did black quite like style icon of the moment Timothée Chalamet who donned a Louis Vuitton sequinned harness over a black shirt and trousers.

Many attendees also opted for the more traditional tux for the event which included star of Black Panther and Creed, Michael B. Jordan, and Bodyguard star and possible next Bond, Richard Madden. They both managed to look extremely suave.

Some stars opted for a more simplistic palette, Constance Wu dazzled in a nude ball gown with an orange bow tied at the waist, Emmy Rossum had a princess moment in a pastel pink gown, Saorise Ronan shined in a sheer silver number, and Lady Gaga turned heads with a blue dress from Valentino couture with blue hair to match.

Florals and patterns were also popular with male and female stars alike. Heidi Klum wore a black dress decorated with flowers, Anne Hathaway wore leopard print, while Ben Whishaw and Darren Criss both turned up in floral jackets.

However, no one does red carpets or florals quite like Billy Porter, who arrived with flamboyance and style in a floral suit and cape ensemble, with a fierce hot pink lining.

We experienced many duo/group moments on the red carpet, with co-stars Andy Samberg and Terry Crews both accompanied by their wives, Joanna Newsom and Rebecca King-Crews. Idris Elba made it a family affair with his daughter Isan and fiancée Sabrina Dhowre, both in stunning floral dresses, and Killing Eve co-stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer perfectly co-ordinated with each other and their respective characters in showcasing good and evil with black and white.

It was a night of exquisite fashion and celebration that kicked off awards season in style.

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