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These Are The Best Dressed Celebrities At The (Virtual) Golden Globes Red Carpet

The term “virtual red carpet” may call to mind viral style and the internet’s democratizing effect on fashion, but celebrities provided an alternate view at tonight’s Golden Globes. Though they were beamed in from around the world to celebrate the best in film and television, stars didn’t look to the digital age for outfit inspiration. Instead, Old Hollywood glamour served as a common theme. Nominee Elle Fanning name-checked Grace Kelly when describing her icy Gucci gown’s vibe, while Amanda Seyfried channeled the opulence of the silent era with a salmon-pink Oscar de la Renta creation that alluded to her Mank alter-ego, Marion Davies.

How one chose to interpret the unofficial motif varied. Some kept things chic and straightforward. In an ethereal Chanel couture gown, The United States vs. Billie Holiday star Andra Day gave viewers a taste of jazz age decadence. Her silk tulle gown with a sequin macramé bodice from Virginie Viard’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection was an airier version of the chanteuse gowns worn by Holiday as she took to the stage at L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix. 

By contrast, Cynthia Erivo’s electric Valentino Haute Couture look played with classic codes—a tea-length dress almost always nods to the past—while subverting them. Neon green with extreme proportions and platforms tall enough to make Lady Gaga raise an eyebrow, it commanded attention. Likewise, Regina King marked her historic Best Director nomination in an asymmetrical column gown by Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquière that had enough sequins and crystals to light up the night sky. Glitzy without ever seeming fussy, it embodied the Globes’ celebratory spirit. 

Amid all the throwback vibes, Globes ambassadors Jackson and Satchel Lee provided some freshness in complementary Gucci ensembles. With Satchel looking elegant in a matte black silk, floral gauze gown and Jackson wearing the brand’s Grottesco jacquard on a robe-like jacket, the siblings had an innate star quality that bodes well for their fashion future. 

See the best dressed looks below. 


It’s hard to believe that last year’s Golden Globes saw Hollywood’s biggest stars meeting in one place — maskless in couture — to glide down the red carpet, hug each other even, and then sit inches away from each other to eat and drink in one not-so-ventilated room. Good times. This year, like most of the award shows that followed the 2020 Golden Globes, things will look significantly different. Airing on Sunday night, the show, which will be hosted on two separate coasts by comedians Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, won’t obviously include a true red carpet. That said, we are expecting plenty of fashion moments nonetheless. After all, even during a pandemic, celebrities love to make a statement. We’re looking at you, Billy Porter.

As for the other notables: Regina King, the director of One Night In Miami, chose a one-shoulder St. John maxi dress that would be perfect for a post-pandemic vacation; The Great’s Elle Fanning tuned in from London in a custom Gucci gown that put her hot pink corset dress from the show's finale to shame; and Emma Corrin put together an extravagant bow look that was every bit as stunning as the actress's Princess Diana-inspired costumes from The Crown. And those are just the highlights.
Find out what all your favorite stars wore for the first big award show of 2021, red carpet or no red carpet, ahead.