The stars have arrived at the Golden Globes 2020, officially kickstarting the red carpet season with their show-stopping ensembles.
What a wonderful way to start the first Monday of the year—or the decade if, we say so—as Hollywood comes together in the name of television and cinema. With the Golden Globes signaling the commencement of red carpet this season, we’re back at it again, watching all the best stars in their stylish best, too. From a gorgeous glittering gown to a stunning tweed suit number, here are the best dressed women who made head-turning statements at the Golden Globes 2020.
While Zoey Deutch portrayed a naive adolescent in the original Netflix series The Politician, she sure knows how to work an intimidating red carpet moment in real life. Wearing a ravishing yellow Fendi number accentuated by bishop sleeves, she married the true meaning of fierce and fashion.
We must admit we always love an ingenious haute couture creation making its way to a Hollywood red carpet. This year is no exception as Joey King brought a sense of whimsy and technical precision to the festivities as she stunned in a breathtaking Iris van Herpen optical illusion dress that easily caught the attention of the crowd.
Proving that red carpets are not only for voluminous dresses and statement jewelry neckpieces, Phoebe Waller-Bridge opted to suit up this year. The Fleabag star and writer wore a stunning tweed suit number that undeniably emanated such sophistication.
Ana de Armas
Even if Ana de Armas just made her Golden Globes debut this year, she definitely took the opportunity to make her own moment on the red carpet. And she effortlessly achieved that when she arrived in a shimmering voluminous ball gown, complemented by her Tiffany & Co. drop earrings.
If the other stars opted to wear sparkling gowns and muted tones at the Globes, Charlize Theron begged to differ. She made a vibrant statement on the carpet as she wore a lime green dress round-off with a black bustier top and cape by Dior. Now that’s without a doubt an astonishing sight.
Looks like Zoe Kravitz still can’t enough of the New Year festivities, and so are we. We’re loving how she continued to bring the fun on the red carpet with her polka-dotted Saint Laurent look, which the Big Little Lies star accented with a fresh face and a bold red lip.
Going for a classic red carpet look for the Golden Globes this year, Scarlet Johansson chose a fiery red silk taffeta Vera Wang dress accentuated by a long train and big bow at the back. To finish her look, she wore a gorgeous BVLGARI High Jewelry necklace, paired with an archival heritage bracelet and stud earrings.
Cate Blanchett is no stranger making her own moment on the red carpet. And this year, she’s far from slowing down when it comes to courage and daring. The star wore a pastel yellow accordion Mary Katrantzou dress with standout sleeves and complemented by jeweled harness-style cutout bodice.
Once you wear a frothy tulle couture gown, especially if it’s by Giambattista Valli, then you better prepare yourself to be the center of attention. That’s exactly what happened when Sofia Carson arrived wearing a giant pink ball gown punctuated by a feathered top, and refreshing energy on the red carpet.
Bringing a little bit of drama to the Globes is Shailene Woodley. The Big Little Lies star goes bold in blue and black on the red carpet as she wore a form-fitting color-blocked number by Balmain. She finished her look with a piece of dazzling cuff jewelry and a statement ring.