The Hollywood awards season began on Sunday with a very different sort of Golden Globes – a mainly virtual ceremony – that will be a measure of the Oscars hopes of early front runners like Nomadland and The Trial of the Chicago 7 . Usually a star-packed, laid-back party that draws Tinseltown’s biggest names to a Beverly Hills hotel ballroom, this pandemic edition of the awards was being broadcast from two scaled-down venues in California and New York, with frontline and essential workers among the few audience members there. Deprived of its usual glamour, the Globes – which honour the best in both film and television – remain a coveted prize, and a high-profile source of momentum in the run-up to the season-crowning Oscars, which were pushed back this year to April. With no real red carpet action in Los Angeles except for a few socially distanced appearances, most celebrities tuned in from home but still managed to look glamorous. Here’s a look at some of the outfits they wore. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) Amanda Seyfried, nominated for best supporting actress for Mank , in a backless Oscar de la Renta dress. Margot Robbie wore a black and white printed crepe de chine dress with sleeves from Chanel. Actress Elle Fanning chose a Gucci dress. Cynthia Erivo wore a Valentino dress. January Jones rewore a Versace dress she first wore at the Golden Globes in 2011. Amy Poehler, a co-presenter of the event with Tina Fey, arrives on the red carpet clad in Moschino. Tiffany Haddish chose a chain mail dress from Alberta Ferretti. Last but not least, here are two men’s looks to round up a very low-key red carpet. Dan Levy from Schitt’s Creek wore Valentino. Josh O’Connor, who plays Prince Charles in Netflix series The Crown , looked dapper in Loewe.