The quickest way to earn some high fashion cred on the red carpet, as Joey King has learned, is to simply wear Iris Van Herpen. And pull it off, of course.
Zoey Deutch in brilliant yellow Fendi, wearing over 100 carats of Harry Winston diamonds and sapphires. The colour’s a great choice, and Deutch stands out like a ray of sunshine. Stylists, take notes.
Charlize Theron in Dior. The classic Hollywood cape train, the sheer bustier, that green... Choices were made.
A polarizing dress from Fendi, but it’s just proof that Gwyneth Paltrow has absolutely nothing to prove and will wear whatever she wants.
Greta Gerwig, aka the people’s director, wore – surprise! – Proenza Schouler. The boys, as it turns out, can make a mean red carpet look.
It’s no Fleabag jumpsuit (this is a reference to her hit TV show), but Phoebe Waller-Bridge in a Ralph & Russo suit is a strong look.
Cate Blanchett, looking radiant in Mary Katrantzou – who’s fast becoming a designer to watch for on the red carpet.
Jennifer Lopez was made fun of for looking like a wrapped gift on legs. Our stand? Valentino haute couture is the gift that keeps on giving.
Saoirse Ronan in Celine by Hedi Slimane. Yes, we miss the days of Raf Simons’ custom-made dresses at Calvin Klein too.
Chic clown realness! The Dior look Awkwafina chose was kind of perfect. Elegant, loads of personality – just the get-up for the first Asian-American woman to win a Globe for Best Actress.
Only Laura Dern is allowed to wear a bohemian Saint Laurent gown on the red carpet. Everyone else needn’t try.
Chanel can easily look cheesy on a red carpet, but this outfit that Margot Robbie went with from the house’s fall couture collection is a timeless winner.
Lucy Boynton inspires a vision of the future in Louis Vuitton.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Gucci reminds us of the old adage: don’t dress for the award you have, dress like the award you want.
Nicole Kidman in Atelier Versace. It’s gorgeous and it’s cut to perfection, but we’re pretty sure we’ve seen a strapless red number on Kidman one too many times.
Easily one of the best of the night: Ana de Armas in a fully embroidered Ralph & Russo creation. And it has pockets!
Cynthia Erivo was all about glamour and luxury in a custom Thom Browne, wearing a Bulgari necklace that’s said to be worth about US$100 million.
It’s been a while since Rodarte has had a strong red carpet moment, so it’s really gratifying to see the Mulleavy sisters (and Kirsten Dunst!) bring out their big guns again.
Billy Porter, once again showing up and showing off, this time in a feathered Alex Vinash outfit, complete with jewellery from Tiffany & Co.
Kaitlyn Dever brought a much-needed dose of fun and whimsy to the red carpet with this Valentino gown. A bit of eccentricity goes a long way.