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Golden Globes 2024: The best celebrity red carpet looks


Beyond the applause and accolades of the 81st Golden Globe Awards, let’s turn our attention to the real show: who wore what to the awards ceremony and wowed on the red carpet.


The Golden Globes aren’t just a night to recognize talent in the film and television industry; it’s a catwalk where Hollywood’s best-dressed actresses can show off.

So let’s celebrate the stars who not only won awards, but also stole the spotlight with their fabulous and fun fashion at this year’s awards!

Green Gucci for Queen Tay Tay

One of our picks for People of the Year 2023, Taylor Swift, stunned in a sparkling acid green Gucci dress.

The singer, nominated for best film and box office achievement for Taylor Swift: Tour of the Agesgraced the red carpet without his NFL whistleblower Travis Kelce, who was busy with a game just feet away at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.

Domingo the elegant

Rustin AND The color purple star Colman Domingo went in a different direction wearing a custom black look from Louis Vuitton’s new men’s creative director, Pharrell Williams.

She accessorized with pearl brooches and red jewels and a single pearl earring.

Domingo was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture for his outstanding performance in the biographical drama Rustin, but lost to Cillian Murphy, who took home the award for his role in Oppenheimer.

Falling in love with Hüller

Sandra Hüller’s look won us over falling for her.

THE Anatomy of a fall The star, who was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, chose a Louis Vuitton color somewhere between emerald and sea green in Beverly Hills, California.

Her bodice featured spaghetti straps paired with a skirt of delicate pleats that fell to a train.

Like Taylor Swift, Hüller also featured in ours People of the Year 2023.

Barbie’s real-life superstar

As always, Margot Robbie looked fabulous.

Robbie, the star and producer of the heavily nominated hit film Barbie film, she wore a shocking pink sequined Armani dress with a pink tulle boa.

As with Barbie’s press tour, her look was modeled after a past Barbie doll, this time the 1977 Barbie Superstar.

Willy Wonka chic

Fashion lover Timothée Chalametthe face of the last Wonka flick, he wore a dazzling black jacket with black skinny pants and a black button-down shirt.

Its designer: Celine Homme.

Chalamet received a nomination for Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, though the award ultimately went to Paul Giamatti of The residues.

Good luck next time, Timothée, and keep up the good work!


Gladstone seems charming

Red carpet newcomer Lily Gladstone, who took home the Best Actress award for her stunning performance in The Assassins of the Flower Moonshe didn’t just shine on stage, she brought sparkle to the red carpet too!

Wearing a stunning white Valentino dress paired with a dramatic black shawl and diamond choker, Gladstone added a touch of elegance with earrings created by a member of the Blackfeet tribe.

Dua Lipa’s golden notes

Dizzy sensation Dua Lipa she graced the event as both emcee and nominee for Best Original Song, wearing a custom-made black velvet Schiaparelli gown adorned with a sequence of gold “bones” on the bodice and a billowing skirt.

Her look was completed with a 1962 Tiffany & Co. necklace.

Fall in style

The last of usPedro Pascal turned an unexpected “ouchie” into a fashion win at the 81st Golden Globes!


Wearing an arm sling courtesy of Bottega Veneta, Pascal revealed to reporters that his injury was the result of a simple “fall.”

Aside from the arm sling, Pascal’s look was a big win, featuring a tight-to-the-touch black turtleneck, adorned with white thread knots throughout, and paired with some sleek black trousers.

Who knew falling could be so sexy?

The Saltburn swag

Barry Keoghan, the protagonist of Salt burnerrocked the Golden Globes scene in a stunning custom Louis Vuitton ensemble.

The 31-year-old, nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Drama, sported a Louis Vuitton creation from the Spring-Summer 2024 collection, a red wool dinner jacket in classic Damier, paired with sharp red tailored trousers and a white shirt with a rounded collar with pearl buttons.


Her accessory game was on point, too: an elegant gold belt, a pearl necklace, and Tiffany & Co. earrings.

Back to school with Billie

“What was I created for?” signee Billie Eilish, with bright red and black hair, went to school in a white blouse, brown skirt and oversized black jacket, eyeglasses in place.

His look was by Willy Chavarria.

The floral fantasy of Florence

Florence Pugh never fails to deliver an exceptional look on the red carpet.

Decorated in a sheer red Valentino dress sprinkled with delicate roses, the Oppenheimer star brought a whole garden of charm to the event.


Talk about a fabulous bloom!

The Bear wears Prada

Pugh wasn’t flying alone in the red department.

Ayo Edebiri, later crowned Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Musical Series for her role in The bearshe turned heads in a stunning strapless red Prada ensemble.

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