The 78th edition of the Golden Globes has experienced its most atypical edition this Sunday morning. One of the most anticipated cinema appointments of the year, which had to be delayed for two months in the calendar, kicks off an awards season inevitably marked by the global coronavirus pandemic and which marks the passage of regulations and restrictions on the upcoming Hollywood events.
With two main stages, the gala has largely been held virtually, with two masters of ceremonies from two different locations: Amy Poehler from Los Angeles and Tina Fey from New York. Some virtual prizes that have not prevented living one of the most anticipated moments of the night: the Red carpet, for which presenters, nominees and guests have not hesitated to bring out their best clothes, the vast majority of them to live it from the safety (and comfort) of their homes, showing that Hollywood glamor is not at odds with the “New normal”.
Haute Couture, sequins and bows They have starred in some of the most popular outfits of the night in a virtual carpet that has been experienced in Intagram. From Laura Pausini’s Valentino to Kaley Couco and Amanda Seyfried’s Oscars de la Renta; or the spectacular slip dress signed by Gucci by Elle Fanning. A review of the best evening dresses:
Kaley Couco, by Oscar de la Renta
One of the most talked about outfits of the night has been the spectacular Oscar de la Renta by Kaley Cuoco, who has not hesitated to pose with her mansion as an imposing backdrop. The actress was nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy / Musical Series for ‘The Flight Attendant’, the intrigue and comedy fiction broadcast in Spain by HBO and although she has not finally won the award, she has been one of the main protagonists of the night commenting on how he experienced the gala at his home.
Laura Pausini, de Valentino
The Italian has won the award for best original song for ‘Ío Sí’, the main theme of the film ‘Life ahead’ (Netflix), which marks the return of the mythical Sophia Loren to the big screen. For the occasion, the singer has chosen a design from her land with a red outfit with a Pierpaolo Piccioli shirt and a Valentino midi skirt.
Amanda Seyfried, by Oscar de la Renta
Drawn from Oscar de la Renta’s Spring-Summer 2021 bridal collection, Amanda Seyfried’s design has not gone unnoticed. With a boat neckline and a spectacular flower crown that wrapped it in coral, without a doubt a whole trip to next spring.
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Elle Fanning, from Gucci
Featuring a V-neckline and jewel straps, this Gucci-signed dress breathed an elegant air of flattering 1950s glamor.
Kate Hudson, de Louis Vuitton
Trusting the stylist Sophie Lopez, the actress has worn a black and white design signed by Louis Vuitton. With a peplum type bustier, dropped sleeves, sweetheart neckline and belt, she has broken with everything established and has proclaimed herself one of the great outfits of the night.
Anya Taylor-Joy, of Dior
The actress, awarded the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Miniseries for her role in the famous ‘Lady’s Gambit’, posed spectacularly in a retro-style Dior dress in emerald green, in the purest style of a true diva from Hollywood.
Andra Day, from Chanel
Chanel Haute Couture has also been present at these virtual awards. Andra Day, one of the great surprises of the night, received the Golden Globe for Best Actress in Drama for her role as Billie Holiday in the biopic ‘The United States vs Billie Holiday’.
Viola Davis, by Claude Kameni
In the same nomination as the award-winning Andra Day, Viola Davis has failed to win the Best Actress in Drama award for her character in ‘The Mother of the Blues’; but his colorful styling signed by the African-inspired Claude Kameni firm has not gone unnoticed.
Gilian Anderson, de Dior
With a golden look signed by Christian Dior, her role as Margaret Tatcher in The Crown has earned her the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Series. The actress already won a Golden Globe in 1997 for her most iconic role, that of special agent Dana Scully in The X Files.
Emma Corrins, of Miu Miu
The leading actress of The Crown has won the award for best television actress for her role as Princess Diana. Her look for the hit night, inspired by a harlequin, was custom made and signed by Miu Miu.
Lily Collins, of Saint Lauren
The actress did not win the best actress in a comedy award for ‘Emily in Paris’ but she posed radiantly on Instagram in a Saint Lauren dress.
Nicole Kidman, de Louis Vuitton
The actress is a true Hollywood diva and she showed it again on Instagram with a pose lying on a sofa and wearing a black and gold design with a halter neckline by Louis Vuitton.