The year’s awards season officially kicked off with the 76th Golden Globes in Los Angeles, as the stars gathered on the red carpet at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles, California.
At the 2018 edition, a significant number of celebrities showed up in black in support of the Time’s Up movement, the global campaign against sexual harassment in the workplace. This year, celebrities continued to show their allegiance by wearing “TIME’SUP X2” bracelets, a celebration of the initiative’s second year, and a call to double the number of women in leadership roles.
Fashion-wise, we saw a lot more colour, with silver and nude dominating the spectrum.
Here are the worst- and best-dressed celebrities on the red carpet.
Lady Gaga’s outfit is the polarising kind – you either hate it or love it. The style chameleon wears a voluminous gown by Valentino Couture with matching purple tie-dye hair.
In a black and white dress made of heavy fabric, worn with red lipstick and loose curls, Aquaman actress Amber Heard appears untidy and messy on the red carpet.
There’s nothing wrong with this Moschino dress or Kate Mara’s silhouette. Together, though, they make a rather unflattering combination.
But enough of the judgment! Here are some STYLE-approved looks.
Black Panther star Michael B. Jordan in a black double-breasted tuxedo from Burberry, designed by Riccardo Tisci, elegantly accessorised with a jewellery pin and Piaget watch.
Lucy Liu appears fairy-like in an embellished Galia Lahav Couture gown from Fall 2018.
Halle Berry in a gorgeous burgundy dress by Zuhair Murad.
Irina Shayk in a sexy, body-hugging dress by Atelier Versace, while Bradley Cooper steps out in a crisp white Gucci tuxedo and black bow-tie.
Catherine Zeta-Jones shines in a gown from Elie Saab Haute Couture.
Emily Blunt in a bespoke lace dress by Alexander McQueen.
Kristen Bell, clad in a pink Zuhair Murad goddess dress, with her husband, actor Dax Shepard.
British actor Richard Madden, who was named best actor (television series – drama) for his performance in Bodyguard, wore Giorgio Armani.
US actor Darren Criss, who won best actor (television – limited series or motion picture) for his role in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, looks dapper in a floral Dior ensemble.
Irish-American Saoirse Ronan shines in a sheer Gucci creation.
American singer, songwriter, actress and producer Janelle Monae dons the newest outfit from Chanel’s Egypt-inspired Métiers d'Art collection, which was presented in the Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in December 2018.