8 Standout Looks From The 2021 Golden Globe Awards

Anya Taylor-Joy + green = match made in heaven.

While the red carpet looked a little different last night, stars surpassed expectations in glamorous ensembles for the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards. Nostalgia for Old Hollywood was a clear inspiration for some, while trendier details like chainlink jewelry kept things current. Here are our eight favorite looks of the night.

Anya Taylor-Joy in Dior

The 24-year-old starlet secured her first Golden Globe for The Queen’s Gambit, looking every bit the champion in a glistening custom emerald gown and cape from Dior. Taylor-Joy won Best Actress in a Television Limited Series for her leading role in the Netflix sensation, as well as a nomination for Jane Austen revival film Emma. Her regal ensemble was accentuated by Dior makeup, Tiffany diamonds, and waist-length platinum locks.

Andra Day in Chanel

Our V128 cover star won Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for her role in The United States Vs. Billie Holiday — making her the second Black woman to ever take home that award. She turned heads during her historic win in a silver drop waist Chanel Haute Couture gown, accented with a halo of curls and classic red lip.

Rosamund Pike in Molly Goddard

We Care A Lot about Pike’s playful look. She took home the gold for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy in a voluminous dress by London-based designer Molly Goddard — the label has been seen on Killing Eve’s Villanelle.

Viola Davis in Lavie by CK

Nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, the legendary Viola Davis was a vision in Lavie by CK from Cameroonian designer Claude Kameni. The mermaid silhouette dress was inspired by African royalty, and styled with silver jewelry from Italian label Pomellato.

Nicole Kidman in Louis Vuitton

Rocking her signature red ringlets, The Undoing star stunned in a sleek halter number with chain hardware from Louis Vuitton. Kidman celebrated her nomination with husband Keith Urban and their two daughters.

Emma Corin in Miu Miu

Corin won big last night for her moving performance in The Crown outfitted in a theatrical ensemble from Miu Miu. The Elizabethan ruff collar was a clever nod to English royalty

Gillian Anderson in Dior

Anderson was the definition of timeless elegance in a flowing gold piece from Dior with a subtle skull embellishment. She took home an award for her role in The Crown alongside Emma Corin.

Amanda Seyfried in Oscar De La Renta

Best Supporting Actress nominee Amanda Seyfried served old Hollywood Glam in a romantic gown from Oscar De La Renta. Soft waves added to the vedette’s 1940s-inspired look.

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