We are SWOONING over this 2x Oscar nominee! Johansson hit the red carpet in a jaw-dropping metallic Oscar de la Renta silk gown. This work of art hugged her curves in all of the right places. With a rhinestone fringe corset on the bodice and a train cascading behind her, she strutted the red carpet and truly stole the show. To add the finishing touches, Scarlett went with a sleek up-do and minimal accessories.
A ray of sunshine snuck onto the Golden Globes carpet amongst various neutral-colored numbers. Fitting the name of the show perfectly, this golden Fendi jumpsuit (yes, a JUMPSUIT) was a modern interpretation of a red carpet gown. Sleek and chic, Zoey Deutch stayed comfortable with balloon sleeves, dressing up this solid piece with a dramatic 110-carat diamond and sapphire necklace.
With her first time attending the Academy Awards as a nominee for best supporting actress in Little Women, Pugh witnessed a true Cinderella moment for herself. She designed her dress with the help of Nicolas Ghesquiere, creative director of Louis Vuitton, and stunned the paparazzi with a custom green silk-satin gown and matching heels. Her necklace alone was handcrafted using over 260 diamonds with an imperial topaz delicately hanging on her upper chest. “The color of this stone is not typical red, but instead has a touch of deep pink to represent Jeanne d’Arc, a woman who led men to victory and who never once used her sword.”
Two words: Giambattista Valli. Write down in the Grammys ‘best-dressed’ book that Ariana’s jaw-dropping gown didn’t come to play. Ahead of performing one of her top hits "Thank U, Next" at the show, she exhibited a gorgeous dove grey tulle ensemble with matching gloves. Can someone say real-life princess moment?
Doing something no one has ever done at the Oscars, Portman wore a cape subtly embroidered with the names of female directors who should have been recognized for their hard work and accomplishments. Why? Because the Academy went yet another year with no women in the best director nominee pool. This Dior statement piece included Lorene Scafaria, Lulu Wang, Greta Gerwig (to name a few) who have made a difference in the film industry. Now that is what we call 'girl power'.