High Shine: The Best Metallic Gowns At The Golden Globes
You guessed right—we're still on a Golden Globes high! The winners! The big cultural diversity moments! Sandra Oh! The beauty! The gowns! And speaking of the gowns, while we've already revelead our Best Dressed List of the night, we're still deep in admiration for the breathtaking trends we got served with!
Another trend highlighted on the red carpet was that of high shine—anything to do with metallics was the glamorous trend of the night! Seen on the Spring/Summer 2019 runways of Celine, Ralph & Russo, Isabel Marant, and 3.1 Phillip Lim, these Golden Globes stars surely heeded the call to follow suit with sparkle and shine. Scroll further to see our top 10 favorite metallic fashion moments:
Irina Shayk in Atelier Versace
Bradley Cooper's supermodel girlfriend is one who's often seen in body hugging gold-tones gowns, but this particular Golden Globes moment was a standout among her other red carpet appearances as she paired it with a sleek, modern bob that was refreshing to look at!
Keri Russell in Monique Lhuillier
We already said we love seeing this side of Keri Russell—a sexier, edgier version of the Felicity star we've all come to love. What we particularly find stunning in this ensemble is the fact that the plunging neckline may seem really sexy, but she is well able to pull it off with class. We've gotta say, it's not the usual Monique Lhuillier design we've seen in the past, too!
Saoirse Ronan in Gucci
The budding red carpet style icon surely had another wow moment at the Golden Globes, with this stunning Gucci chain gown that doesn't need much to stand out. It's perfectly complemented by her beauty look of sleek hair, coral lips, and minimal eye makeup.
Indya Moore in Louis Vuitton
24-year old trans actress Indya Moore donned a Louis Vuitton creation from the time when Nicolas Ghesquière was the Creative Director, and she says that this was inspired by "armor". Yes, it shows a lot of skin, but the structure on this dress is everything you will actually need to stare at.
Lucy Boynton in Celine
The new Celine under the helm of Hedi Slimane may be receiving flack for gearing away from the aesthetic the old Céline was known for, but this look on Bohemian Rhapsody star Lucy was a winner in our books. Paired perfectly with a platinum blonde tousled bob and spider lashes, we say Lucy has arrived on our fashion radar.
Alison Brie Vera Wang
Though mostly done in tulle, this Vera Wang number with an embellished bandeau wins points in the metallic category for balancing out the need for a soft silhouette with an edgy touch.
Regina King Alberta Ferretti
Best Supporting Actress winner Regina King didn't just win the coveted trophy, but won a ton of style points for that rose gold Alberta Ferretti number as well! The bustier-silhouette on the tube gown updates the classic cut, and the links on the gown gives it an updated, futuristic vibe.
Sandra Oh in Stella McCartney
The Golden Globes host and winner for Best Actress in a TV Drama Sandra Oh may have had multiple memorable moments that night, but this metallic-sleeved Stella McCartney number was definitely our favorite! Posing with her trophy in that column-cut gown gave her a statuesque silhouette truly fit for a winner!
Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Galvan London
Red? For the red carpet? Why not? Just be sure to do it in flashy metallic like Phoebe Waller-Bridge of Killing Eve fame. The structured cut on those cups also gives it an instant update, giving us modern disco vibes.
Danai Gurira in Rodarte
Black Panther's Danai Gurira did not play safe for the awards show—she showed up in a fiery red Rodarte creation with a larger-than-life bow. The metallic floral fabric was a sight to behold, and looked pretty much mesmerizing against her complexion.
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