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FashionTatlergram: Best Dressed At The 2019 Golden Globes

Tatlergram: Best Dressed At The 2019 Golden Globes

Tatlergram: Best Dressed At The 2019 Golden Globes
By Anna Thong
January 08, 2019
An insta-digest of our favourite looks from this year's Golden Globe Awards


Awards season has commenced! The 76th annual Golden Globe Awards took place this week and what better way to mark one of the biggest events in the entertainment calendar than with a best dressed Tatlergram roundup? Whilst one of Hollywood’s most glamorous night out honoured the current elite in film and television, we honoured the ensembles of the star-studded guest list. Swipe through our reel to see the best looks from this years’ awards.

 Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga stole the scene in this stunning periwinkle Haute Couture Valentino gown and matching hair colour. The A Star is Born nominee fashioned balloon sleeves and a billowing silhouette alongside over 100 carats of Tiffany diamonds—swoon!

Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk were a match made in heaven on this year's Golden Globe carpet. Irina’s heavily embellished, high slit Versace gown paired seamlessly with Bradley’s all white three-piece Gucci Suit. Although the pair won no awards, they certainly won all of our hearts.

 Constance Wu

Crazy Rich Asians star Constance Wu graced the red carpet in an elegant nude toned Vera Wang gown. She paired the sheer, lingerie-inspired silhouette with a Messika diamond choker for a romantic effect.

Lupita Nyong’o

No stranger to the best dressed list, Lupita Nyong’o was dripping in metallic beads and Bulgari jewels. Designed by Raf Simmons for Calvin Klein by Appointment, the royal blue ensemble worked well with her intense eyeshadow look and silver heeled sandals by Aldo.

Michael B Jordan

It’s not just the ladies that shine on the red carpet. Micheal B Jordan looked effortlessly stylish in a custom Riccardo Tisci for Burberry tuxedo. The sharply cut double-breasted blazer was complemented by silk lining and a 1934 vintage diamond brooch by Cartier. Classy.

 Gemma Chan

Another Haute Couture Valentino gown stunned the red carpet and this time it was worn by Gemma Chan. Her voluminous gown featured shorts and a bow on the back of the neck, offering a truly majestic silhouette. Her look was perfected by an elegant updo and wing diamond earrings by Forevermark.

Kaley Cuoco

Bows were definitely the trend for this years carpet and Kayley Cuoco had it mastered. The sleek, strapless dress was a navy and white velvet/silk hybrid designed by Monique Lhuillier. Not only did this gown fashion a stunning waist bow, but it also featured large pockets—all hail utilitarian fashion!

 Emily Blunt

Opting for intricacy, Emily Blunt honoured true craftsmanship in her lace dress by Alexander Mcqueen. The silver, sleeveless number was perfectly balanced with a high neck and barely-there heeled sandals. The actress completed her look with an understated braided updo and Neil Lane diamond earrings.

Danai Gurira

By accident or on purpose, Black Panther’sDanai Gurira embodied the red carpet in her fiery gown by Rodarte. Inspired by Zimbabwe’s national flower, the flame lily, Guirra’s gown was formed of red sequins contorted together to create a stunning filigree design. This harmonised with the gowns’ asymmetric silhouette and of course the on-trend, oversized bow.

 Michelle Yeoh

When it comes to the Golden Globes, there is no need to play it safe. Michelle Yeoh stuns in an emerald green gown by Taiwanese designer, Shiatzy Chen. Certainly an eye catcher on this years’ red carpet, her dress featured a leather plunge neck and embellished mesh. Her bold choice sent Twitter into a frenzy when it was realised she also wore the iconic emerald ring that her character Eleanor wore in the blockbusting film Crazy Rich Asians.

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