Each year, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) recognizes the best in film and television (both American and international) with the Golden Globe Award. In the entertainment business, the Golden Globe Award is the most prestigious in the entertainment world, far outranking any other award. The ceremony honoring cinematic and television achievements originally took place on January 20, 1944.
On January 10, 2023, Hollywood celebrated the 80th annual Golden Globe Awards to much fanfare and anticipation. The Hollywood leading ladies wore colorful and glittery gowns with feminine details like beading and ruffles, as usual.
This article features some of the most stunning women in television and movies wearing couture gowns that made them stand out on the red carpet.
Michelle Yeoh Steps Out In style With Armani Privé Gown and a Moussaieff Jewellers Open-front Necklace
Michelle Yeoh, the winner of best actress for Everything, Everywhere, All at Once, wore a strapless midnight blue Armani Privé gown embellished with crystals and sequins in a gradient pattern. Yeoh’s diamond jewelry, including a stunning open-front necklace, was designed by London’s Moussaieff Jewellers and greatly complemented the elegant gown.
Selena Gomez wears a Velvet, Voluminous-sleeved Gown by Valentino Haute Couture
Selena Gomez, who was nominated for best television actress for Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building, wore a strapless gown with a high slit and puffy sleeves from Valentino’s fall and winter 2022–2023 haute-couture “The Beginning” collection, accessorized with diamond jewelry by De Beers and Christian Louboutin platform sandals.
Julia Garner adorns Pink Gucci Gown
Julia Garner who starred in Ozark, and who also won a Golden Globe, was one of many women sporting a pink dress on the red carpet of the Golden Globes. Her Gucci-designed tiered dress features spiraling ruffles and crystal-embroidered trimming, and her diamond jewelry is courtesy of De Beers.
Jessica Chastain Rocks Spiderweb Design Strapless Nude Illusion Oscar de la Renta Column Gown
Invoking images of a glitzy spider’s web, Jessica Chastain’s strapless Nude Illusion Oscar de la Renta column gown was created with a cage bust and corseted bodice that took long hours of manual embroidery with around 16,000 crystals. Chastain accessorized the dress with Casadei shoes and Gucci jewelry.
Jennifer Coolidge looks Majestic In Dolce & Gabbana Gown
Jennifer Coolidge, who won the Golden Globe for best supporting actress in White Lotus, donned a custom off-the-shoulder gown by Dolce & Gabbana embroidered with sequins and Swarovski crystals and matched it with Christian Louboutin’s Pigalle Follies black satin shoes.
Ana de Armas Stands Out In Louis Vuitton
The actress who played Marilyn Monroe in the film “Blonde” tried as much as possible to stay as far from Monroe’s fashion as she could by donning an architectural dress and jewelry from Louis Vuitton (she serves as a brand ambassador for the label). Her strapless bustier dress by Nicolas Ghesquière had a graphic front panel embroidered with 3D sequins in a pattern of angles, which required a total of over 500 sequins, about 20 meters of silk, and several hours to construct.
Margot Robbie Looks Cute In Pink Chanel Gown
Margot Robbie, who is up for best actress for her role in Babylon in the forthcoming Oscar awards, wore a full Chanel ensemble, beginning with a custom dress made of pale pink Chantilly lace and silk tulle decorated with sequins, bugle beads, and feathers that took a thousand hours to make. The outfit was completed with Chanel fine jewelry and Chanel shoes.
Li Jun Li Looks Radiant In White Dolce & Gabbana Gown
This year’s Golden Globe red carpet event was not just a show of who’s who in the movie industry, but an artistic display of fashion excellence. Judging by what was showcased on the red carpet by the illustrious guests, the future is definitely bright for the fashion industry.