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Another semi-virtual award show has come and gone, and we’re left to reminisce on the few 2021 Golden Globes fashion moments that really wowed. Don’t get me wrong—everyone looked great, it’s just that “everyone” wasn’t all that many people! Nominees were required to stay home instead of attending in person, so it was up to the hosts and presenters to really serve us some Best Dressed List-worthy looks.
This year’s show featured two hosts—comedy icons and BFF goals Tina Fay and Amy Poehler, and along with these lovely ladies, there were a slew of famous celebs on hand to read off nominees and present the awards. Kate Hudson, Cynthia Erivo, Awkwafina and Margot Robbie were just some of the stars in attendance and of course, they all looked lovely.
Do I miss the days of hours-long in-person red carpet pre-shows? Of course I do! Award shows are my fashion Super Bowl; I rely on award show season to bless me with some of the most memorable celeb fashion moments of the year. That said, pandemic precautions have dramatically changed the classic award show rubric, so hundreds of Hollywood’s most beloved celebs can no longer sit side-by-side in one room super-spreading their germs.
That said, there were still some great fashion moments at this year’s Golden Globes, from the hosts, presenters and nominees alike, so I’m here to celebrate them. Below, read on for every great look you might’ve missed.
Seyfried brought all the springy vibes in this peachy-pink Oscar De La Renta gown, complete with a floral neckline that served Mother Nature realness.
Bassett served royal purple realness in this feathered frock by Dolce & Gabbana. The leg slit! The side braid! I love it all.
Styled by celeb stylist Brad Goreski, Cuoco was shining bright in this gray Oscar De La Renta gown complete with sparkly silver starbursts.
Regina King’s black and silver Louis Vuitton gown was definitely my top long black dress of the night. I love the unique neckline, but it’s really the silver sequined silhouette on the front that does it for me. So flattering!
Robbie was one of the first stars to arrive to the night’s festivities, clad in a black dress with ditsy white floral print from Chanel’s SS21 collection.
Always one to go bold when others play it safe, Erivo wowed in this lime green number from Valentino’s SS21 collection. And check out those platforms!
One of my faves from the night, Fanning wore the most beautiful minty satin gown from Gucci (custom!) with her hair slicked back. Stunning! Beautiful! All the awards!!!
In my humble opinion, Carson does NOT get enough credit for always looking fab on the carpet. I loved her two-tone look from Giambattista Valli, especially that dramatic bow at the shoulder!
Susan Kelechi Watson
Why doesn’t Susan Kelechi Watson wear this shade of blue more often??? Talk about dazzling! I loved this fringed little number by Georges Hobeika so damn much.
Jamie Lee Curtis
Seriously, how stunning did Jamie Lee Curtis look in this sunny yellow gown with tons of cleavage? You go, girl!
I knew I loved Hudson’s Louis Vuitton dress from the second she Zoomed into the ceremony. The sleeves! The belt! The neckline! I was living for the drama of what could easily be considered the best Zoom top of all time.
To compliment her new red hair, Hyland wore a red dress, too! Her Monique Lhuillier gown featured a fitted bodice and a flattering off-the-shoulder neckline.
Haddish shined bright like a diamond in her glitzy Alberta Ferretti gown, but her newly-blonde buzz cut truly stole the show. She looks so bomb with short hair!
I never thought I would need a bright yellow suit in my life, but Dan Levy in Valentino is making me reconsider.
Spike Lee’s daughter was one of the night’s Golden Globes Ambassadors, and she absolutely SERVED. In custom Gucci, no less! The detailing at the neckline is truly divine.
We love a mini moment! Case in point: Gal Gadot presenting in this floaty white frock. Talk about angel vibes.