Golden Globes: Nine Things the TV Cameras Missed

 The 2024 Golden Globes were handed out Sunday night, with Oppenheimer, Barbie, Poor Things and Anatomy of a Fall among the films winning multiple awards.

Oppenheimer was named best motion picture, drama, with Christopher Nolan taking home the directing award for his work on the movie. Poor Things won the Globe for best motion picture, musical or comedy. Anatomy of a Fall won the film for best non-English-language motion picture, while The Boy and the Heron was named best animated film.

On the TV side, Succession was named best drama series, while The Bear was named best TV series, musical or comedy.

Lily Gladstone, Paul Giamatti, Emma Stone, Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Allen White, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Ayo Edebiri, Kieran Cullkin, Ali Wong, Steven Yeun and Matthew Macfadyen were among the winners in the acting categories. Billie Eilish O’Connell and Finneas O’Connell won the award for best song.

This year, Globes were handed out in new categories recognizing stand-up comedy and cinematic and box office achievement. Barbie won the award for best cinematic and box office achievement, whose category included eight nominees chosen from films that achieved “a box office receipt total/gross of $150 million, of which $100 million must come from the U.S. domestic box office, and/or obtain commensurate digital streaming viewership recognized by trusted industry sources,” the Globes said in announcing the category.

The award for best performance in stand-up comedy on television featured six nominated comedians who gave “traditional stand-up comedy performances of at least 30 minutes, other than roles in television series, limited series, anthology series or motion pictures made for television” on “a recognized media platform (individual social media accounts do not qualify).” Past Globes host Gervais took that award for Ricky Gervais: Armageddon.

Jo Koy hosted the ceremony, which aired live on CBS from the Beverly Hilton and streamed on Paramount+. Heading into the ceremony, Barbie and Succession led the nominations for the 2024 Golden Globes, with nine apiece.

The 2024 Golden Globes mark the first since the Golden Globes’ longtime backer, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, was replaced following the acquisition of all the HFPA’s assets, rights and properties by Dick Clark Productions and Eldridge. Dick Clark Productions now owns and produces the Golden Globe Awards. DCP is owned by Penske Media Eldridge, a joint venture between Penske Media Corporation and Eldridge that also owns The Hollywood Reporter.

With the Globes no longer being overseen by the HFPA, a new, racially and ethnically diverse group of voters — made up of 300 journalists from around the world, representing 76 countries — selected this year’s nominees and winners.

In November, the Globes inked a new broadcast deal with CBS after the awards group ended its longtime relationship with NBC, which aired the 2023 Golden Globes, earlier this year.

A full list of winners follows.

Best Motion Picture – Drama

Anatomy of a Fall (Neon)
Killers of the Flower Moon (Apple Original Films)
Maestro (Netflix)
Oppenheimer (Universal Pictures) (WINNER)
Past Lives (A24)
The Zone of Interest (A24)

Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Air (Amazon MGM Studios)
American Fiction (Orion Pictures/Amazon MGM Studios)
Barbie (Warner Bros. Pictures)
The Holdovers (Focus Features)
May December (Netflix)
Poor Things (Searchlight Pictures) (WINNER)

Best Motion Picture – Animated

The Boy and the Heron (GKids) (WINNER)
Elemental (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Sony Pictures Releasing)
The Super Mario Bros. Movie (Universal Pictures)
Suzume (Crunchyroll / Sony Pictures Entertainment)
Wish (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

Cinematic and Box Office Achievement

Barbie (Warner Bros. Pictures) (WINNER)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
John Wick: Chapter 4 (Lionsgate)
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One (Paramount Pictures)
Oppenheimer (Universal Pictures)
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Sony Pictures Releasing)
The Super Mario Bros. Movie (Universal Pictures)
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (AMC Theatres Distribution)

Best Motion Picture – Non-English Language

Anatomy of a Fall, France (Neon) (WINNER)
Fallen Leaves, Finland (Mubi)
Io Capitano, Italy (Pathe Distribution)
Past Lives, United States (A24)
Society of the Snow, Spain (Netflix)
The Zone of Interest, United Kingdom/USA (A24)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Bradley Cooper, Maestro
Leonardo DiCaprio, Killers of the Flower Moon
Colman Domingo, Rustin
Barry Keoghan, Saltburn
Cillian Murphy, Oppenheimer (WINNER)
Andrew Scott, All of Us Strangers

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Annette Bening, Nyad
Lily Gladstone, Killers of the Flower Moon (WINNER)
Sandra Hüller, Anatomy of a Fall
Greta Lee, Past Lives
Carey Mulligan, Maestro
Cailee Spaeny, Priscilla

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Fantasia Barrino, The Color Purple
Jennifer Lawrence, No Hard Feelings
Natalie Portman, May December
Alma Pöysti, Fallen Leaves
Margot Robbie, Barbie
Emma Stone, Poor Things (WINNER)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Nicolas Cage, Dream Scenario
Timothée Chalamet, Wonka
Matt Damon, Air
Paul Giamatti, The Holdovers (WINNER)
Joaquin Phoenix, Beau Is Afraid
Jeffrey Wright, American Fiction

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture

Willem Dafoe, Poor Things
Robert De Niro, Killers of the Flower Moon
Robert Downey Jr., Oppenheimer (WINNER)
Ryan Gosling, Barbie
Charles Melton, May December
Mark Ruffalo, Poor Things

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture

Emily Blunt, Oppenheimer
Danielle Brooks, The Color Purple
Jodie Foster, Nyad
Julianne Moore, May December
Rosamund Pike, Saltburn
Da’Vine Joy Randolph, The Holdovers (WINNER)

Best Director — Motion Picture

Bradley Cooper, Maestro
Greta Gerwig, Barbie
Yorgos Lanthimos, Poor Things
Christopher Nolan, Oppenheimer (WINNER)
Martin Scorsese, Killers of the Flower Moon
Celine Song, Past Lives

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture

Greta Gerwig, Noah Baumbach, Barbie
Tony McNamara, Poor Things
Christopher Nolan, Oppenheimer
Eric Roth, Martin Scorsese, Killers of the Flower Moon
Celine Song, Past Lives
Justine Triet, Arthur Harari, Anatomy of a Fall (WINNER)

Best Original Song – Motion Picture

“Addicted to Romance,” She Came to Me, Music and lyrics by Bruce Springsteen
“Dance the Night,” Barbie, Music and lyrics by Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, Dua Lipa, Caroline Ailin
“I’m Just Ken,” Barbie, Music and lyrics by Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt
“Peaches,” The Super Mario Bros. Move, Music and lyrics by Jack Black, Aaron Horvath, Michael Jelenic, Eric Osmond, John Spiker
“Road to Freedom,” Rustin, Music and lyrics by Lenny Kravitz
“What Was I Made For?” Barbie, Music and lyrics by Billie Eilish O’Connell, Finneas O’Connell (WINNER)

Best Original Score – Motion Picture

Jerskin Fendrix, Poor Things
Ludwig Göransson, Oppenheimer (WINNER)
Joe Hisaishi, The Boy and the Heron
Mica Levi, The Zone of Interest
Daniel Pemberton, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
Robbie Robertson, Killers of the Flower Moon

Best Television Series – Drama

1923 (Paramount+)
The Crown (Netflix)
The Diplomat (Netflix)
The Last of Us (HBO/Max)
The Morning Show (Apple TV+)
Succession (HBO/Max) (WINNER)

Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Abbott Elementary (ABC)
Barry (HBO/Max)
The Bear (FX) (WINNER)
Jury Duty (Amazon Freevee)
Only Murders in the Building (Hulu)
Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)

Best Television Limited Series, Anthology Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

All the Light We Cannot See (Netflix)
Beef (Netflix) (WINNER)
Daisy Jones & the Six (Prime Video)
Fargo (FX)
Fellow Travelers (Showtime)
Lessons in Chemistry (Apple TV+)

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series – Drama

Helen Mirren, 1923
Bella Ramsey, The Last of Us
Keri Russell, The Diplomat
Sarah Snook, Succession (WINNER)
Imelda Staunton, The Crown
Emma Stone, The Curse

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series – Drama

Brian Cox, Succession
Kieran Culkin, Succession (WINNER)
Gary Oldman, Slow Horses
Pedro Pascal, The Last of Us
Jeremy Strong, Succession
Dominic West, The Crown

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Rachel Brosnahan, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Quinta Brunson, Abbott Elementary
Ayo Edebiri, The Bear (WINNER)
Elle Fanning, The Great
Selena Gomez, Only Murders in the Building
Natasha Lyonne, Poker Face

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Bill Hader, Barry
Steve Martin, Only Murders in the Building
Jason Segel, Shrinking
Martin Short, Only Murders in the Building
Jason Sudeikis, Ted Lasso
Jeremy Allen White, The Bear (WINNER)

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television

Riley Keough, Daisy Jones & the Six
Brie Larson, Lessons in Chemistry
Elizabeth Olsen, Love & Death
Juno Temple, Fargo
Rachel Weisz, Dead Ringers
Ali Wong, Beef (WINNER)

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television

Matt Bomer, Fellow Travelers
Sam Claflin, Daisy Jones & the Six
Jon Hamm, Fargo
Woody Harrelson, White House Plumbers
David Oyelowo, Lawmen: Bass Reeves
Steven Yeun, Beef (WINNER)

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role on Television

Elizabeth Debicki, The Crown (WINNER)
Abby Elliott, The Bear
Christina Ricci, Yellowjackets
J. Smith-Cameron, Succession
Meryl Streep, Only Murders in the Building
Hannah Waddingham, Ted Lasso

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role on Television

Billy Crudup, The Morning Show
Matthew Macfadyen, Succession (WINNER)
James Marsden, Jury Duty
Ebon Moss-Bachrach, The Bear
Alan Ruck, Succession
Alexander Skarsgard, Succession

Best Performance in Stand-Up Comedy on Television

Ricky Gervais, Ricky Gervais: Armageddon (WINNER)
Trevor Noah, Trevor Noah: Where Was I
Chris Rock, Chris Rock: Selective Outrage
Amy Schumer, Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact
Sarah Silverman, Sarah Silverman: Someone You Love
Wanda Sykes, Wanda Sykes: I’m an Entertainer

“It’s a party in there,” The Holdovers star Da’Vine Joy Randolph said upon making it backstage to the press room after becoming the first Golden Globe winner of the night. She was right, too, as Hollywood’s party of the year went down inside the Beverly Hilton, and a proper bash translates to an overload of action both onscreen and behind the scenes as Golden Globe winners, nominees and guest mingled inside the hotel’s international ballroom by the hundreds. Though the telecast aired for a first time on CBS and Paramount+, cameras could not capture all the noteworthy moments. Below is a wrap-up of some things you didn’t see on television.s

Keeping Up With Timothée and Kylie

Timothée Chalamet, nominated for his starring turn in the big-screen musical Wonka, turned up at the big show alongside girlfriend Kylie Jenner in a showing that marked the couple’s first awards show appearance together. They were spotted huddling next to one another before the Golden Globes started near a back corner of the Beverly Hilton’s international ballroom. Later, during a commercial break, they replayed some affectionate action as first seen at last summer’s U.S. Open by staring into each other’s eyes and kissing. To be fair, cameras did catch that but it was only streamed into the backstage press room as witnessed by THR and captured by Variety. By the time the telecast was over, Twitter was ablaze with conspiracy theories claiming that Selena Gomez told Taylor Swift and Keleigh Teller that she had requested a photo with Chalamet only to be denied by Jenner. Judge your lip-reading skills below to see if the claims hold up.

Oprah Winfrey’s Moment With an Oscar Winner

The mogul and producer of The Color Purple turned up to Sunday night’s telecast wearing a custom Louis Vuitton purple dress with matching shoes by Manolo Blahnik slingback pumps. Once inside the ballroom, Winfrey, who delivered an iconic Globes moment in 2017 when she gave a speech after picking up the Cecil B. DeMille Award, made her way to her table where she immediately greeted seatmate and Oscar-winning actress Michelle Yeoh. Keeping it in the CBS family, Winfrey also brought her BFF and star CBS staffer Gayle King. Winfrey helped close the show by presenting the night’s final trophy for best motion picture, drama to Oppenheimer.

Only Friends in the Building

Selena Gomez, nominated for her work in Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building opposite Steve Martin, Martin Sheen and Meryl Streep, kept busy during the pre-show and commercial breaks by catching up with a slew of A-list pals. A THR spy noticed an animated encounter when Gomez made her way over to Taylor Swift’s table to have a close confab along with the superstar singer and her seatmate Keleigh Sperry, who is married to Miles Teller. Before the show, we also caught a sweet embrace between Gomez and Jennifer Aniston (who also happen to share a manager, Aleen Keshishian). Others who got close to the star included Streep, Harrison Ford and Florence Pugh, among others. She was all smiles during those encounters and clearly less amused during Jo Koy’s monologue, seen below.

A Shining Good Time for Golden Globes’ Most Nominated Performer

Speaking of Streep, who holds the record for the most nominated actor in Globes’ history, she made a splash on the red carpet. She first posed alongside her longtime agent, CAA partner Kevin Huvane, and rather than head straight into the show, a THR spy watched Streep double back on the step-and-repeat to kiss Amanda Seyfriend while she was taking photos. Streep also made a beeline over to Nyad nominee Annette Bening for a big hug. Later, during the show, a live feed that streamed into the press room showed Streep planting a kiss on another legend, Steven Spielberg.

Kevin Huvane and Meryl Streep
CAA’s Kevin Huvane and Meryl Streep KEVIN MAZUR/GETTY IMAGES

The Bear’s Golden Globe Winner on Stripping Down to His Skivvies

“It’s been a weird couple of days,” Golden Globe winner Jeremy Allen White said backstage in the press room about his life recently, a run that includes a new accessory for his mantle and a new, body-baring campaign courtesy of Calvin Klein. “It is bizarre. Doing a Calvin Klein ad is even more bizarre and now having it come out … but everything feels OK for now, thank you.” Even more OK for fans of White and Sunset Boulevard drivers is the massive billboard featuring revealing shots of White munching on an apple and taking his clothes off on a New York City rooftop. Also worth noting: White, groomed by KC Fee with Navy Hair Care, put his clothes back on for Sunday night’s telecast also courtesy of Calvin Klein by wearing a custom tuxedo consisting of a double-breasted wool jacket with satin grosgrain lapels, high-waisted trousers and by a sheer silk voile shirt.

Surprise, it’s Me!

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon have been best friends for decades. They run a production company, have collaborated on a slew of projects, won an Oscar together and shared a nomination Sunday night for producing Affleck’s film Air starring Damon. But they still somehow managed to pull off a sneaky surprise. Affleck made a stealth entrance to the table he and wife Jennifer Lopez shared with Damon and his wife, Luciana. See the clip below.

New Year, New Menu

If you watched the show, then you know that cameras caught Will Ferrell’s quip while presenting best actor in a drama alongside Kristen Wiig when he said, “It smells like hot sushi in here.” But, to many, that may have been a very good thing because for the first time ever, the Golden Globes recruited celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa to curate the show’s menu. It featured a selection of his signature dishes including salmon tartar with caviar in wasabi soy, sashimi salad with Matsuhisa dressing, yellowtail jalapeño, black cod miso, a trio of assorted traditional nigiri.

“I Am Sitting in Siberia”

Super producer Christine Vachon was in the building on Sunday night as the producer of two of the night’s nominated films, Todd Haynes’ May December and Celine Song’s Past Lives. A new seating chart due to a reconfigured stage setup meant that some industry insiders could not be seated as close to the stage as they may have been in years past. That change led to some grumbling inside the ballroom and online. Vachon took to Twitter to air her grievances, posting, “I am sitting in Siberia. Thank you Golden Globes for making sure producers know their place on the food chain!” Vachon was later overheard having a discussion about seating while huddling in the bar with a Killers of the Flower Moon producer telling her, “If it makes you feel better, come and see [where we are sitting].” Another ticketed guest got in her ear by saying, “I’m in a bush.”

Sealed With a Kiss

Twitter caught fire when Ali Wong’s name was announced as the winner of best actress for her work on Netflix’s Beef as the stand-up star stood and kissed her date, fellow Golden Globe nominee and Barry guru Bill Hader. It was not widely known that the pair were an item; however, nobody needed to remind the diners who were seated near them on New Year’s Day. Per a THR source, Wong and Hader shared a table, a canoodling session and many kisses during brunch at Brentwood hotspot Farmshop located in the Country Mart. Smooches to start 2024! 

Ali Wong at the 81st Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 7, 2024 in Beverly Hills, California.
Ali Wong watches her Beef co-star Steven Yeun accept his award while she holds her new Golden Globe. MICHAEL BUCKNER GOLDEN GLOBES 2024/GOLDEN GLOBES 2024 VIA GETTY IMAGES

Is the male peacock trend over? The prevailing menswear trend at the 2024 Golden Globes was that most guys seemed to have left their ties behind at home or in the Uber — a perilous decision that in some cases created a look that felt a bit too nonchalant for the evening.

But the women more than made up for the men’s collective relaxed attitude with their glamorous looks, from the shimmer of Taylor Swift‘s lime-green Gucci sequined gown to the flurry of roses on Jennifer Lopez’s romantic pink wrap with matching gown. And speaking of pink, Margot Robbie is in no hurry to abandon Barbie‘s favorite color, instead working with a legendary couturier on her Golden Globes look.

From Lopez’s roses to Robbie’s now-signature pink, feminine details indeed dominated the Golden Globes carpet. Bows were seen on stars that included Amanda Seyfried (in Armani Privé), Sarah Snook’s sweet hair bow with her black lace Prabal Gurung, and Hailee Steinfeld, who likewise opted for a ribbon with bow in her hair to accent her smashing Prada gown. Ladies in red also ruled the night, from Florence Pugh in Valentino and Ayo Edebiri in Prada to Michelle Yeoh in Bottega Veneta and Rachel Brosnahan in a beautifully fitted gown by Sergio Hudson.

Amid a plethora of high-wattage looks, The Hollywood Reporter selected 25 favorites. See the details of these standout looks below.

Taylor Swift in Gucci

Taylor Swift

The megawatt Eras Tour star eschewed the red carpet in favor of slipping quietly into the Golden Globes, but her sartorial choice was anything but muted. Nominated for cinematic and box office achievement for Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, her brilliant green gown by Gucci’s Sabato De Sarno was embellished all over with sequins, while her jewelry by De Beers totaled more than 33 carats of white diamonds. Swift finished the look with Christian Louboutin’s Kate stiletto pump in matching green leather.

Rachel Brosnahan in Sergio Hudson

Rachel Brosnahan

Margot Robbie in Giorgio Armani Privé

The best actress nominee for the final season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel proved the theory about power red in fashion, wearing a terrific statement gown by Sergio Hudson. To ensure the look’s perfect tailoring, the gown was custom-made in New York City on Brosnahan’s body and finished with hand-covered silk buttons. The actress accessorized the look with Swarovski jewels and Jimmy Choo’s Max platform sandal, also in red.

Margot Robbie

Robbie’s stylist, Andrew Mukamal, worked with Giorgio Armani, who created the Barbie producer/star’s ultra-glamorous pink sequined gown with tulle wrap, which was indeed inspired by a “SuperStar Barbie” fashion designed for the doll in 1977. The look was accented with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, earrings and a ring featuring 33 carats of white and pink diamonds and valued at more than $3 million, and finished with satin pink pumps by Manolo Blahnik.

Colman Domingo in Louis Vuitton

Colman Domingo

The Golden Globe-nominated star of Rustin has quickly become a red-carpet favorite for his fearless approach to style, and that was likewise true Sunday evening, as Domingo wore a head-to-toe look by Louis Vuitton, consisting of a custom mandarin-collar tailored jacket in black wool with pearl buttons, matching flared tuxedo trousers and a white shirt, all from the house’s Spring 2024 collection. In addition to a pair of brooches and black loafers, also by Louis Vuitton, Domingo wore a ring once belonging to activist Rustin Bayard, given to the actor by Bayard’s longtime partner, Walter Neagle. “I am at the Golden Globes representing this incredible man and his legacy,” Domingo posted on Instagram.

Riley Keough in Chanel

Riley Keough

Among the array of lace gowns on Sunday night was this ethereal Chanel look worn by Keough, a best actress nominee for Daisy Jones and the Six. From the house’s Spring 2023 haute-couture collection, the look consisted of an apron-style top in white silk tulle, embroidered with a gold stag head, over a bustier dress with a lace train, and finished with Chanel fine jewelry and shoes.

Christina Ricci in Fendi Couture

Christina Ricci

The Yellowjackets best supporting actress nominee looked beautiful in a tulle gown that featured an all-over embroidery of bugle beads and crystal stones from Fendi’s Fall/Winter 2023 couture collection. Ricci’s yellow gold and diamond jewels were by Anita Ko.

Kristen Wiig in Giambattista Valli

Kristen Wiig

Wiig’s modernist style was infused with a touch of romance with this bow-accented look by Giambattista Valli, paired with a pearl bracelet and pearl stud earrings by Tiffany & Co.

Issa Rae in Pamella Roland

Issa Rae

Amid a sea of black, pink and red gowns, Issa Rae stood out in the metallic orange of her geometric tile sequin-embroidered gown, from Pamella Roland’s Spring 2024 collection. She paired the look with diamond and gold jewelry by Qatar-based Noudar Jewels.

Elle Fanning in vintage Pierre Balmain

Elle Fanning

A best-actress nominee for The Great, Elle Fanning won the night in the ultimate princess style, choosing a vintage strapless gown by Pierre Balmain for her first time at the Golden Globes. The bow-accented gown was accessorized with diamond jewels by Cartier and Jimmy Choo’s Love pump.

Matthew Macfadyen

Matthew Macfadyen

The Golden Globe winner also took home the trophy for best-dressed in a classic tux, proving that male peacocks may be trendy, but a timeless tux and bow tie is eternal.

Natasha Lyonne in Schiaparelli

Natasha Lyonne

Schiaparelli creative director Daniel Roseberry had a big night at the Golden Globes with three high-profile placements, starting with the early arrival of best actress nominee and Poker Face star Natasha Lyonne, whose forward-thinking style perfectly suited this fringe-embroidered bustier gown from the house’s Spring 2023 haute-couture collection.

Rosamund Pike in Dior Haute Couture

Rosamund Pike

A best-supporting actress nominee for Saltburn, Rosamund Pike sent social media into a tailspin with her lace and tulle dress and veiled hat by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior Haute Couture, which indeed evoked thoughts of Christian Dior’s iconic 1947 New Look silhouette. The actress accessorized the look with jewels from another famed Paris label, Maison Boucheron.

Charles Melton in Armani

Charles Melton

The buzzy actor and best-supporting actor nominee for May December looked dapper in a navy double-breasted tuxedo with peak lapels and grosgrain trim, paired with a white evening shirt and bow tie, by Giorgio Armani Made-to-Measure. Melton finished the look with Omega’s De Ville Tresor 40mm steel watch with leather strap.

Julianne Moore in Bottega Veneta

Julianne Moore

The May December star and best actress nominee clearly loved the addition of pockets on her red wool bustier dress by Bottega Veneta, noting on the red carpet that they’d be perfect for holding snacks during the long evening. Moore finished the look with yellow gold and diamond jewels by Cartier.

Jennifer Lopez in Nicole + Felicia Couture

Jennifer Lopez

Lopez’s stunningly romantic look was by Taiwan-based sister designers Nicole and Felicia Chang, whose Nicole + Felicia label excels at lush looks for bridal and special occasions. Like Rosamund Pike, Lopez chose jewels by Maison Boucheron, including a hummingbird ring that she hinted was an Easter egg to an upcoming project.

Meryl Streep in Valentino

Meryl Streep

Several ladies opted for tuxedo-inspired looks at Sunday’s Golden Globes — Annette Bening also wore a terrific tux by Dolce & Gabbana — but no one blended tuxedo style with glamour like nominee Meryl Streep, whose sequined jacket and skirt were custom-designed for her by Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli. Streep combined the look with Fred Leighton jewels and Jimmy Choo’s Heloise platform sandals.

Hailee Steinfeld in Prada

Hailee Steinfeld

Pink may have been a top color trend at the Golden Globes, but no one looked more sleek and chic in the hue than Hailee Steinfeld, whose sleeveless gown with train was accented with sheer black gloves, a black hair bow and jewels by Maison Boucheron.

Andra Day in Georges Chakra

Andra Day

Presenter Andra Day opted for a beautiful one-shoulder gown from the Georges Chakra Couture archives; from 2004, the dress featured polka-dot detailing and a pleated organza floral asymmetrical hem. The actress finished the look with Fred Leighton jewels.

Timothée Chalamet in Celine

Timothee Chalamet

Many guys eschewed ties Sunday night, but the Wonka star nonetheless understood the assignment, upping the ante with the other elements of this look by Celine. Chalamet’s consisted of an embroidered jacket in wool gabardine, matching tuxedo pants, cropped top and Celine’s Chelsea boot, paired with a white gold, black ceramic and diamond necklace by Cartier, as well as Cartier’s Clash timepiece.

Hunter Schafer in Prada

Hunter Schafer

Without a doubt, presenter Hunter Schafer won the night’s award for the gown with the most beautiful movement in this flowing sleeveless column dress with layered flounces in shimmering pink silk gazar and technical voile by Prada. Her gold clutch and pink brushed-leather pumps were also by the Italian label.

Dua Lipa in Schiaparelli

Dua Lipa

Not everyone could carry this statement gown with skeleton-inspired body detailing by Schiaparelli’s Daniel Roseberry — but if anyone could, it’s megastar (and Golden Globe nominee for “Dance the Night” for Barbie) Dua Lipa. And with such a major dress, only major jewels would do: Her gold and platinum necklace, embellished with yellow beryl, topaz quartz and diamonds, is a 1962 piece from the Tiffany & Co. archives.

Keri Russell in Jil Sander

Keri Russell

A Golden Globe best-actress nominee for The Diplomat, wore a custom dress inspired by the Jil Sander Spring 2024 collection by Lucie and Luke Meier, a sleeveless superfine viscose double face sequin-embroidered dress in a hue dubbed “cloud,” with a crystal necklace and feather bag also by the house. Russell finished the look with a diamond ear cuff and diamond bands by Jacob & Co.

America Ferrera in Dolce & Gabbana

America Ferrera

Metallic looks likewise trended at Sunday’s Golden Globes, but nobody did it better than presenter and Barbie co-star America Ferrera, whose custom Dolce & Gabbana pearl-grey column gown was beaded all over with silver paillettes in a fish-scale pattern and embellished with brooches crafted of Swarovski crystals and pearls. The look was finished with Dolce & Gabbana platform sandals and diamond jewels by Harry Winston.

Carey Mulligan in Schiaparelli

Carey Mulligan

Roseberry’s love of corset styling for Schiaparelli is subtly reflected in this look for best actress nominee Carey Mulligan, gorgeous in this black silk gown with trumpet skirt and asymmetrical beading on the strapless sweetheart bodice. Diamond jewels by Bulgari and Manolo Blahnik’s BB Pump in black satin completed the look for the Maestro star.

Ryan Gosling in Gucci

Ryan Gosling

Like Swift, Gosling skipped the red carpet, but the white piping of his Gucci custom suit and matching shirt caught social media’s eye anytime he was on camera at the event. Patent-leather shoes by Gucci and TAG Heuer’s Carrera Date timepiece completed the Barbie co-star’s look. Ken would be proud. 

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