These Are The Best Dressed Celebrities At The (Virtual) Golden Globes Red Carpet

It’s hard to believe that last year’s Golden Globes saw Hollywood’s biggest stars meeting in one place — maskless in couture — to glide down the red carpet, hug each other even, and then sit inches away from each other to eat and drink in one not-so-ventilated room. Good times. This year, like most of the award shows that followed the 2020 Golden Globes, things will look significantly different. Airing on Sunday night, the show, which will be hosted on two separate coasts by comedians Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, won’t obviously include a true red carpet. That said, we are expecting plenty of fashion moments nonetheless. After all, even during a pandemic, celebrities love to make a statement. We’re looking at you, Billy Porter.

As for the other notables: Regina King, the director of One Night In Miami, chose a one-shoulder St. John maxi dress that would be perfect for a post-pandemic vacation; The Great’s Elle Fanning tuned in from London in a custom Gucci gown that put her hot pink corset dress from the show's finale to shame; and Emma Corrin put together an extravagant bow look that was every bit as stunning as the actress's Princess Diana-inspired costumes from The Crown. And those are just the highlights.


Find out what all your favorite stars wore for the first big award show of 2021, red carpet or no red carpet, ahead.

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Daisy Edgar-Jones in Chanel

Daisy Edgar-Jones looked anything but normal in this crochet, high-low Chanel dress as she celebrated being nominated for a Golden Globe — she looked extraordinary.
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Vanessa Kirby in Gucci

Vanessa Kirby epitomized class in this cut-out LBD by Gucci.
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Cynthia Nixon in The Vampire's Wife

Now this is how you watch an award show from home: In a bridal dress by The Vampire's Wife with Bernie Sanders.
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Viola Davis in custom Lavie by Claude Kameni

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom star Viola Davis debuted a puff-sleeved, patterned gown that was made custom for her by Claude Kameni of Lavie by CK, thus marking the brand's Golden Globes debut.
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Photo Credit: Sarah Paulson.

Sarah Paulson in Prada

Only Sarah Paulson (with the help of Prada) could make a cast look this chic.
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Kristen Wiig in Prada

Kristen Wiig's Prada mini dress was a hybrid between a beautifully wrapped present and a mint chocolate chip ice cream cone.
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Photo: Todd Williamson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images.

Awkwafina in Gucci

The pattern on Awkwafina's Golden Globes dress is making us dizzy in the best possible way.
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Photo: Todd Williamson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/Getty Images.

Gal Gadot in Givenchy Haute Couture

This uber-Mod mini dress on Gal Gadot is certainly worthy of Wonder Woman.
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Nicole Kidman in Louis Vuitton

Nicole Kidman's collection of coats from The Undoing are nothing compared to this chain-link Louis Vuitton gown.
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Photo: Todd Williamson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/Getty Images.

Jane Fonda

There to take home the Cecil B. DeMille Award, Jane Fonda kept true to her promise to never buy new clothes again by re-wearing a white suit to the Golden Globes.
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Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images.

Shira Haas in Chanel

Unorthodox star Shira Haas celebrated being the first Israeli actor ever to be nominated for a Golden Globe in style, wearing a strapless high-low dress courtesy of Chanel.
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Photo: Courtesy of Saint Laurent.

Lily Collins in Saint Laurent

No one would dare call this one-shoulder Saint Laurent gown ringarde.
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Anya Taylor-Joy in custom Dior Haute Couture

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Photo: Todd Williamson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/Getty Images.

Tiffany Haddish in custom Alberta Ferretti 

Tiffany Haddish made armor look chic in this custom, chainmail gown by Alberta Ferretti.
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Photo: Christopher Polk/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images.

Laura Dern in Givenchy

Anyone can wear a black tuxedo to the Golden Globes. Only Laura Dern can wear a black tuxedo with a bra top, a choker, and spiked heels to the Golden Globes.
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Regina King in Louis Vuitton

Boy, would we love to wear this Louis Vuitton sequin gown — which took 350 hours to create and includes 3,000-plus sequins, according to E! News — for just One (post-pandemic) Night In Miami.
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Emma Corrin in Miu Miu

The Crown's Emma Corrin chose to continue her streak of mimicking her character, Princess Diana, at the Golden Globes with a statement collar and big shoulders by Miu Miu.
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Photo Credit: Rosamund Pike.

Rosamund Pike in Molly Goddard

Don't you just want to go out and dance in this tulle dress by Molly Goddard?
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Photo Credit: Hung Vaango.

Julia Garner in Prada

Ozark's Julia Garner gave us serious Roaring '20s vibes in this ivory-and-black Prada gown.
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Cynthia Erivo in Valentino Couture

Cynthia Erivo is taking style to new heights in this lime green Valentino Couture look.
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Kaley Cuoco in Oscar de la Renta

Kaley Cuoco's gray Oscar de la Renta gown proves that coats aren't her only sartorial strength.
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Photo Credit: Jennifer Austin.

Angela Bassett in Dolce & Gabbana

When else are you going to wear a purple, feathered gown during a pandemic if not for the Golden Globes?

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Photo: Todd Williamson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images.

Margot Robbie in Chanel

Margot Robbie looks effortless in head-to-toe Chanel, including a leather belt that we’re predicting will be everywhere come spring.
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Elle Fanning in Gucci

Elle Fanning looks great in a light blue Gucci gown that, alone, deserves a Golden Globe.
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Photo Credit: Myriam Santos.

Andra Day in Chanel

Just like her character in The United States vs. Billie Holiday, Andra Day was the epitome of glamour at the Golden Globes, wearing a light gray, crochet gown by Chanel.
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Photo Credit: Marcus Mam.

Amanda Seyfried in Oscar de la Renta

Florals in February — actually groundbreaking. Nice work, Amanda Seyfried.
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Eiza González in Versace

Simple and chic, Eiza González wears this pre-fall '21 Versace dress with ease.
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Josh O'Connor in Loewe

Josh O'Connor looks as royal as his Crown character in this Loewe ensemble.
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Sarah Hyland in Monique Lhuillier

According to Sarah Hyland, when life gives you a red carpet — a rarity in 2021 — you wear red.
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Kiersey Clemons in Prabal Gurung

Kiersey Clemons is making a case for one-shoulder gowns at the 2021 Golden Globes.
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Nicola Coughlan in Molly Goddard

Bridgerton's Nicola Coughlan looks every bit as chic as her character in this pastel yellow, tulle gown by Molly Goddard.
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Photo Credit: Lewis Mirrett.
Dan Levy in Valentino Haute Couture

Dan Levy, a favorite on the red carpet, chose a chartreuse Valentino suit to begin the last award show season of the Schitt’s Creek era.
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Laverne Cox in custom Thai Nguyen

Laverne Cox looked red hot (literally) in a custom, caped gown by Thai Nguyen.
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Jo Ellen Pellman in Jonathan Cohen

We can't be the only ones wishing we could've worn this patchwork Jonathan Cohen gown to our prom.
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January Jones in Versace

The only thing better than a recycled Golden Globes dress is January Jones in a recycled (and Versace!) Golden Globes dress.
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Photo Credit: Zoe McConnell.

Celeste Waite in Gucci

*Orders satin, elbow-length gloves.*
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