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June 19, 2024

Celebrity stunners at the Golden Globes 2020

Pratishtha Rana

At the 77th annual edition of Golden Globes 2020, some played it safe and some accepted the risqué challenge to dress and impress.
Scarlett Johansson turned heads in custom red Vera Wang gown with a long train and a plunging neckline. Bvlgari diamantaires finish her elegant look.
Kaitlyn Dever in Maison Valentino; was a red-carpet look straight out of a fairy tale. We love those delicate floral details and puff sleeves.
Priyanka Chopra made an impressive entry with Nick Jonas, wearing Cristina Ottaviano’s off-shoulder gown in pink.
Zoey Deutch in a statement jumpsuit by Fendi teamed with an emerald neckpiece and a sleek,  side-parted hair looks charming as ever.
Sofia Carson wore a Giambattista Valli gown, generously decorated with faux feathers in powder pink hue.
Ana de Armas gave a metallic spin to the Pantone colour of the year- classic blue, in Ralph & Russo gown and matching jewellery by Tiffany & Co.
Taylor Swift jazzed up the red carpet in Etro’s navy silk jacquard ball gown. The floral print and a mid-waist cutout steal our attention.
Joey King debuted at the Golden Globes in a fascinating Iris Van Herpen ensemble; distinct, bold and totally hypnotic.
Helen Mirren chose a gorgeous Dior gown inspired by the archives of Monsieur Dior, featuring a structured off-shoulder detailing and layers of chiffon on the train.
Phoebe Waller Bridge donned sophisticated co-ords in chantilly lace by Ralph & Russo. The combination of black and bling is what we’re digging right now.
Sacha Baron Cohen stunned with his choice of electric blue wool tuxedo by Dolce & Gabbana.
Billy Porter takes haute couture with him wherever he goes. He posed in a custom white gown by Alex Vinash, paired with Jimmy Choo boots and Emm Kuo steel bag.
Daniel Craig brought his James Bond aura to the red carpet. He sported a classic tuxedo look in Anderson & Sheppard.
Wesley Snipes turned out in a maroon suit matched with a soft pink ruffled shirt and a classic black bow-tie.
Karamo didn’t go the typical black-tux way; he instead picked a dashing silk brocade tuxedo in a black on black palette by BJ Gray’s Grayscale label.

Pratishtha Rana


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