9 Winning Looks from The 2020 Golden Globes
Scar Jo undoubtedly turned heads in this dramatic Vera Wang frock. It's hardly a surprise that Johansson would top any best dressed list, she consistently hits the right marks at any glamorous event. Her doll-eyed face, blonde locks and voluptuous frame is perfect for that old hollywood vibe (without looking costume-y). Case in point: by keeping her hair sleek and pulled-back, paired with a nude lip instead of a matching red hue, she easily took this ensemble from failingly cliché to triumphantly chic.
Is it a gift? Is it a three-way recycling trash bin? Who knows. It's J.Lo and she owned it. This is a winning example of how with the right attitude (and a hot boyfriend to complete your look), you can get away with anything– well, almost. Lopez walked a thin line with this ensemble, she deserves an applause nonetheless for serving it up in a show-stopping Valentino haute couture.
Ana de Armas
Ana de Armas looked stunning head-to-toe and every bit exquisite in her Ralph and Russo custom gown. She seals in the glam factor with a bold red lip to amp up the subtle details of her fully sequined dress. Keeping everything else minimal and understated with a low ponytail parted in the middle and foregoing the typical bejeweled evening bag (the skirt is pocketed), gave this look the youthful vibe it needed.
Speaking of youthful and show-stopping, Sofia Carson looked like she was having a grand time in her dreamy and frolick-worthy Giambattista Valli couture dress. The frothy feather-embroidered top and layered tulle ball skirt, complemented with delicate wavy hair and soft touches of pink in her make-up gives this ensemble a playful yet elegant feel.
Helen Mirren is sublime, and quite evidently worth the 600 hours of craftsmanship it took to complete the layers of chiffon in this couture Dior dress (inspired by the archives of Monsieur Dior). Coiffed to perfection, her styling is impeccable as she completes her look with a matching minaudière, a bedazzling diamond necklace and chandelier earrings.
Like a tall glass of iced tea on a hot afternoon (or mimosa during breakfast), Sandra Bullock refreshingly gives us a light buzz in this custom moiré faille Oscar de La Renta gown. Stepping out in a bold, bright color is a surefire way of making an impression or ensuring a lasting one– not that Bullock needs it. The laidback, perhaps Birdcage-blindfolded hair, and layered chain necklaces gives off just the right amount of cool. Very appropriate for an award presenter who's not out to steal the spotlight.
Voluminous gowns continue to dominate the runways and red carpet and it's not lost in young actress Kaitlyn Dever who successfully pulled off this tricky trend. The exuberantly playful floral details of this Valentino gown is best left as a main focus for this look, which she did knowingly so, with nothing but undone hair, delicate earrings and barely-there make-up.
Fashion girl Rooney Mara is not afraid to stand out. She makes a statement (both in fashion and politics), by choosing this couture Givenchy see-through frock in a delicate black lace complete with an embroidered headdress. Mara could not care less that this dress is from the fashion houses' last spring-summer collection, instead she is greatly concerned with supporting Givenchy's initiative towards fashion sustainability in 2020. And PS she totally rocked this look.
Let's end this round with something as classy as the little black dress– better yet, someone as iconic as Jennifer Aniston. This Dior couture wool dress embodies Aniston's easy elegance. She keeps her hair down in soft curls and turns up the oomph factor with sparkling diamond jewelries. She is able to create a look that is both effortless and sophisticated– very true to her.