NEW YORK — Sandra Hüller entered the newly-minted Golden Globes in goddess green, and scooped lapels on tuxedos in many colors took to the windswept red carpet as awards season kicked off on Sunday.
“Anatomy of a Fall” star Hüller wore a color somewhere between emerald and sea green in Beverly Hills, California. The bodice featured spaghetti straps paired with a slightly pleated skirt that reached all the way to the train.
Show host Jo Koy, Christian Friedel, Matty Matheson, Daniel Pemberton and Justin Hartley expanded the collars. Colman Domingo went in a different direction with his custom Nehru jacket by Louis Vuitton’s new men’s creative director, Pharrell Williams. She was adorned with pearl pins and red jewels and a single pearl earring.
“Nehru was actually the first prime minister of India and a colleague of Bayard Rustin, whom I represent tonight as the leading actor in a film. So everything tells the story. So for me, I was like, oh, Nehru. “It represented peace, strength and love,” Domingo told the Associated Press.
As for her earrings, she smiled: “Pearl. From where? Because why not?” Her buttons were also pearl.
Dua Lipa in a custom Schiaparelli gown wearing a vintage 1962 Tiffany & Co. She showed up with her necklace. Helen Mirren chose purple. Meanwhile, Julia Schlaepfer walked in a white Old Hollywood gown by Danielle Frankel, with a high neckline that flowed perfectly and no back.
Margot Robbie went for Superstar Barbie in a pink Armani dress from 1977. She is the star and producer of the heavily nominated blockbuster “Barbie.”
Quinta Brunson, often a fashion standout, wore an ankle-length champagne Balmain gown with a crossover neckline and understated sheen.
A few stars made a statement in red: Da’Vine Joy Randolph, with a plunging peplum at the waist and ruffles at her low-cut neckline, and Alma Pöysti, in a sparkling off-the-shoulder number and a full ballgown skirt. Heidi Klum also represented the red crew in a strapless look with a large, high-slit skirt. Selena Gomez, also in a red dress, wore a fun dress with an asymmetrical skirt length starting from above the knee.
Others glittered in silver, including Julia Garner, who sported a risqué look with heavy embellishments and cut-out edges by Dior Haute Couture.
The men were mostly solid. Not Chris Perfetti. He was shirtless in bold pinstripes and had a huge black rose on one collar. Tyler James Williams took the same route, although his flower was cream colored. Jeffrey Wright opted for the traditional black tuxedo.