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Golden Globes Fashion: The Best and Worst

Kickstarting this year’s Hollywood award season, the Golden Globes emphasised on the fight against sexual harassment and the recent #MeToo and, #TimesUp campaigns. If Oprah’s touching speech and her announcement to run for the Oval Office in 2020 didn’t garner your attention, the all-black red carpet gowns definitely would have.  Here are the six best and worst dressed people on its red carpet.

1. Issa Rae

Not many people can pull off a plunging neckline and a thigh-high slit in the same outfit, but, Issa Rae showed us that isn’t one of them. Dressed in a Prabal Gurung gown and Lorrain Schwartz jewellery, Issa Rae was one of the best dressed at this year’s Golden Globes.

Image Credits: BET

Image Credits: BET

2. Viola Davis

Anna Wintour once said that she’ll never feature an all-black outfit in Vogue, but after this award show it may be possible that she’d reconsider. Viola Davis exuberated royalty and regality at the red carpet, wearing a Brandon Maxwell gown, 120 carats of Harry Winston diamonds and, carrying a Tyler Ellis Lily clutch.

Image Credits: BET

Image Credits: BET

3. Noah Schnapp

While the all-black red carpet was not new for the men in attendance, Noah Schnapp made a statement like no one else. The 13-year-old Stranger Things actor was dressed in a Balmain suit, with a Brackish bowtie and Jésù-Ségun London shoes. She completed the look with an Elizabetta Boutique scarf and the cutest smile.

Image Credits: The Telegraph

Image Credits: The Telegraph

4. Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum can do nothing wrong, except maybe this time. Sporting a high-low hem Ashi Studio dress and Lorraine Schwartz jewellery, her sense of style were forgettable. Perhaps it was the feathery bodice or a train that barely was one.

Image Credits: The Daily Caller

Image Credits: The Daily Caller

5. Mandy Moore

Unfortunately, Mandy Moore was one of the worst dress at the ceremony The “This is Us” actress wore a Rosie Assoulin gown with visible wrinkles and a cheap-looking fabric. The red belt looked like someone ripped a strip of the red carpet to put it around her waist.

Image Credits: Pop Sugar

Image Credits: Pop Sugar

  1. Emma Watson

While Emma Watson stuck to the all-black dress code, her custom Ronald van der Kemp gown made her age at least by 50 years while her baby-bangs had the complete opposite effect. With this mismatch and her cupcake-wrapper looking sleeves, she could not conquer her hearts like she did in Harry Potter.

Image Credits: Pop Sugar

Image Credits: Pop Sugar

We were sure that this year’s Golden Globes would easily become a snooze-fest, given the strict dress code. Nevertheless, everyone on the red carpet proved us wrong which ironically, brightened our day.

Feature Image Credits: Hello Magazine

Varoon Tuteja

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