The best of this year’s Golden Globes fashion

Christian Jay B. Quilo
·2 min read

This year’s Golden Globes may have skipped the much anticipated physical red carpet, but pandemic be damned, major looks were still served nonetheless during the virtual ceremonies, wherever our favorite actors and actresses were in the world.

Check out some of the show-stopping fashion seen this year:

Dan Levy

As expected from the “Schitt’s Creek” star, Levy did not shy away from bringing color to the virtual red carpet. He wore a zesty yellow suit with a sequinned mock neck top, and a pair of chunky metallic shoes, a look pulled from Valentino’s first ever men’s haute couture line.

Anya Taylor-Joy

With the magic touch of esteemed stylist Law Roach, Taylor-Joy stunned in a glittery emerald green custom gown with matching coat from Dior. Naturally, the stunning ensemble made quite the buzz on the internet.

Viola Davis

The powerhouse actress wore a colorful custom-made frock by Black designer Claude Kameni of LA-based brand Lavie by CK. The dress, made with a gorgeous print and in a mermaid silhouette, was said to be inspired by African royalty.

Josh O’Connor

“The Crown” star exuded understated elegance with a full Loewe ‘fit: a jacket with contrasting lapels, relaxed white pants, a silken cravat, and black leather loafers. Needless to say, he looked every inch like royalty.

Rosamund Pike

Like her character in “I Care a Lot,” Pike channeled her fun, edgy side with a deliciously voluminous red tulle confection by Molly Goddard juxtaposed with biker boots from Alexander McQueen, hair and make-up kept simple.

Jared Leto

Leto is known to push the envelope when it comes to fashion, but for his Golden Globes look, he went for something subdued but still with flair: A relaxed beige suit with a gray dress shirt, white shoes, punctuated with a beautiful orchid brooch—all from Gucci.