The Fashion Files: The Golden Looks from the Golden Globes

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Leah Snyderman

Leah Snyderman writes on all things fashion from industry updates, to collection reviews, to style tips in her column “The Fashion Files.”

     The Golden Globes are one of the biggest nights for Hollywood. If it’s a big night for Hollywood, it’s a big night for fashion. Everyone’s favorite actors, actresses, directors, screenwriters, costume designers and more walk the Red Carpet in the spotlight. 

     This past year has thrown every industry imaginable for a loop. While everyone has been stuck at home, even more attention has been put on Hollywood because of newly found free time. The Golden Globes serve as a staple in the movie and television industry, even though they were watched from home this year. Despite there not being a traditional red carpet, the fashion still shined as stars brought the glam from home. I have compiled a list of my golden looks from this year’s Golden Globes. 

1.Margot Robbie

     Margot Robbie is known for always wearing Chanel, and this year was no different. She stepped out and a black and white, off the shoulder dress. She belted it with a thin, black, leather belt with a silver Chanel logo in front. 

2. Amanda Seyfried

    Seyfried served in Oscar de la Renta in what creative director Fernando J Garcia described as a “custom silk sorbet gown embroidered with taffeta pressed flowers.” She paired it with a 1920s-esque wave in her hair and diamond drop earrings. This was definitely one of my favorites of the night. 

3. Cynthia Erivo

     Dressed in Valentino Couture, Erivo was impossible to miss. Her perfectly-structured, A-line, neon green  dress was accented with silver platform heels and white gloves. I loved the simple touch of diamond studs to tie it all together. Cool is the word that comes to mind for her look. 

4. Kaley Cuoco

     Cuoco looked insane. Her silver, strapless Oscar de la Renta gown did not disappoint. Her simple glam look allowed for the dress to take the spotlight it deserved. 

5. Elle Fanning

     Elle Fanning looked elegant in a silk, baby blue dress by Gucci. With a sleek bun and drop diamond earrings, she turned Instagram into the new red carpet. 

6. Eiza Gonzalez

     In a black Versace gown with white detailing along the neckline and bodice, Gonzalez embodies the word chic. The bold red lip and slicked back hair look topped off this look. 

7. Regina King

    King pulled out two looks for tonight’s show. The first was a simple black, one-shoulder gown with white detailing by St. John. The second was the real showstopper: a silver and black, once again one shoulder, Louis Vuitton dress. She paired it with diamond drop earrings, which seem to be a trend tonight. 

8. Dan Levy

     Dan Levy stunned me. His chartreuse Valentino ensemble made a statement to just have fun! 

9. Sarah Hyland

     Sarah Hyland looked royal in a bright red, off the shoulder Monique Lhuillier dress which she paired with Jimmy Choo heels. It went perfectly with her new red hair.

10. Tiffany Haddish

     Haddish sparkled in an Alberta Ferretti metallic, column gown. The strapless dress was accessorized with silver hoop earrings and a gold clutch purse.

11. Leslie Odom Jr. 

     Leslie Odom Jr. looked dapper in a monochromatic blush suit by Valentino on top of a neon green turtleneck that was the same color as Cynthia Erivo’s gown. His look was inspired by his character in One Night in Miami.

12. Satchel Lee

     Finishing off my list of the golden looks from the Golden Globes is Satchel Lee in Gucci. The silver embroidery in the simple black cutout gown elevated the look.