Winning Best Actress for her incredible performance in The Favourite, Colman wears British designer Stella McCartney with a Time’s Up ribbon tied around her clutch bag.
Weisz gives classic a very cool twist in Celine, with Cartier jewelry, Jimmy Choo shoes and an Edie Parker clutch.
British actress Claire Foy is simply stellar in yellow silk Miu Miu with silver starbursts, diamond drop earrings and a Time’s Up ribbon wristband.
Nominated for her role in TV comedy The Good Place, Bell channels old Hollywood in Zuhair Murad and Platinum by Harry Winston jewels.
This collaboration between Monáe and Karl Lagerfeld is a match made in our idea of fashion heaven. The singer, actress and all-round wonder woman wore this dress and headpiece from the designer’s Egyptian-themed Métiers d’Art collection for Chanel. Love.
The British actress opts for intricate Alexander McQueen and an irrepressible grin.
Stone goes for sparkle courtesy of Louis Vuitton. Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin echoed the peach hue using Clinique and Sisley products, while hairstylist Mara Roszak dotted pearl pins through the actress’ soft waves.
Chan wears Valentino Haute Couture by Pierpaolo Piccioli, styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray.
The Australian actress, nominated for her role in Destroyer, chose a burgundy sequined gown from Michael Kors Collection.
Ronan – and stylist Elizabeth Saltzman – excel at red-carpet reinvention. This Gucci gown is sexier than her usual style and utterly stunning.
The Black Panther actress does color like no one else. This time around it’s an embellished cobalt shade – echoed in her spectacular eye makeup by artist Nick Barose – designed by Calvin Klein.
The supermodel is a true Golden (Globes) Girl, courtesy of a glittering, figure-hugging (well, why wouldn’t you?) gown by Versace, accessorized with Best Actor nominee Bradley Cooper.
Hathaway in Elie Saab with a Jimmy Choo bag and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, styled by Law Roach.
A beauty in black. Chastain wears custom Burberry by Riccardo Tisci with jewelry by Piaget, styled by Elizabeth Stewart, with makeup by Tyron Machhausen and hair by Renato Campora.
The Crazy Rich Asians star wears delicate Vera Wang with a coral velvet bow, finished off with Messika jewelry.
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Henson and stylist Jason Bolden chose streamlined green velvet Vera Wang and Roberto Coin diamonds.
It’s hard to out-do her game-changing suits of previous years, but Roberts – nominated for her role in TV’s Homecoming – gives it her best shot in nude and black Stella McCartney with Chopard jewelry.
Best Supporting Actress winner Regina King is our kind of warrior woman in a pink Alberta Ferretti gown and Messika jewelry.
Fanning’s silver Armani Privé dress is even more beautiful from the back, covered with miniature bows.
Thandie Newton sparkles in sequined cut-out Michael Kors and beautiful hair by Nai’vasha.
Charlize Theron is elegant perfection in two-tone Dior and Bulgari jewelry, styled by Leslie Fremar, with hair by Adir Abergel and makeup by Kate Lee.
The breakthrough actress looks balletic in a sheer corset dress by Dior.
We were expecting Versace (well, she was nominated for her portrayal of Donatella in The Assassination of Gianni Versace), but now that we see it, Cruz in sensual, glamorous, black Ralph & Russo is the perfect choice.
Wow, Rosamund Pike. Our former cover star, nominated for her performance in A Private War, is breathtaking in cut-out Givenchy Haute Couture with a very rock’n’roll sequined bolero jacket.
The actress and singer, who won Best Original Song for Shallow in A Star is Born, mixes classic with contemporary in Valentino Haute Couture and Tiffany & Co. diamonds and matches her hair color to her dress. Adore.
Moore is stunning in white Givenchy Haute Couture and Bulgari jewelry, with styling by Leslie Fremar, makeup by Elaine Offers and hair by Marcus Francis.
Alison Brie opts for custom Vera Wang with a sequined bandeau and ultra-long train. The Glow actress chose it from a sketch and says one fitting was all it took to achieve perfection.
Best Actress winner Oh does classic Hollywood – but better – in gorgeous gathered cream Versace and stacked diamond bracelets. She worked with stylist Elizabeth Saltzman for all of her looks as this year’s Golden Globes host and each of them was designed by a woman. Kudos.
Nominee Amy Adams stays true to her signature style in blue Calvin Klein, styled by Petra Flannery, with makeup by Stephen Sollitto using Pat McGrath Labs.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress in simple – and beautiful – custom Prada with earrings to match won Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy TV Series.
GOLDEN GLOBES: THE LOWDOWN
What’s special about the Golden Globes?
Globes have been awarded since 1944, making 2019’s event the 76th annual ceremony. The accolades are awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, a non-profit organization made up of around 90 journalists and photographers from over 50 countries. To be eligible, projects (the Globes cover film and television) must have been released between January 1 and December 31 of the previous year. It’s a long roll call – there are 25 categories to be won. Taking place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday 6, it’s considered a telling precursor to the Oscars.
Who are the most prolific winners?
Her Unofficial Majesty, Meryl Streep, has a bookcase creaking with Golden Globes, nine in total, with one of them an honorary allocation of the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Barbra Streisand can also claim nine, of which five are honorary, plus wins for non-acting achievements: producing 1976’s A Star is Born and composing the song Love Theme from the same movie, and her Best Director win for Yentl – to date, she is still the only woman to have won in this category.
Other prolific collectors include Shirley MacLaine (seven), Angela Lansbury (six) and Jessica Lange (five), while four actresses have won two acting awards in the same year: Sigourney Weaver (Gorillas in the Mist; Working Girl); Joan Plowright (Enchanted April; Stalin); Helen Mirren (The Queen; Elizabeth I); and Kate Winslet (Revolutionary Road; The Reader).
Who are the previous red-carpet winners?
Last year’s ceremony was notable for its moving demonstration of female solidarity: attendees dressed in black to ensure that the attention was not disproportionately focused on what women wore rather than their incredible achievements. It was a powerful statement. In the preceding 74 outings, memorable looks have included Jennifer Lopez in yellow Giambattista Valli, 2016; Lupita Nyong’o’s scarlet Ralph Lauren in 2014; Keira Knightley’s 2006 white Valentino outing; Julia Roberts in an oversized men’s Armani suit, 1990; Julie Andrews’ super-simple white long-sleeved dress, 1966; Marilyn Monroe’s sparkling black halterneck dress in 1962; and Anita Ekberg in her strapless white lace gown with elbow-length gloves, 1956.
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