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Barbie-Pink, Sequins, and Thrift-Store Chic

2024 Golden Globe Ceremony Boasts Unique and Trend-Setting Fashion Looks
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(Photo courtesy of Hello! Magazine)

On Jan. 7, the eighty-first annual Golden Globe ceremony was held at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. Comedian Jo Koy hosted the event. The Golden Globes, which celebrate achievements in both film and television, have also served as a runway for the season’s chic looks. This year’s ceremony continued the trend. 

Fashion has been an integral part of the prestige and excitement of the Golden Globes, with new and unorthodox looks being shown off annually on the red carpet. The history of Golden Globe fashion has been filled with famous designer’s works, bold colors, and expensive jewelry. From the iconic Giorgio Armani suit worn by Julia Roberts in 1990 to the Schiaparelli gown worn by Rhianna last year, Golden Globe fashion has started trends, and this year was no exception. 

The 2024 Golden Globe looks were full of sparkles, Barbie pink, cherry red, satin, and lots of bold jewelry. Take a look at ten of the best looks below. 

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Taylor Swift, who was in attendance as her Era’s Tour film was nominated for a Golden Globe, channeled her “reputation era” by wearing a shimmery chartreuse Gucci gown. Combined with clean makeup and statement earrings, this look was understated yet still very elegant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Margot Robbie, star of the highly celebrated film, Barbie, combined sparkle and Barbie-pink by wearing a gorgeous, form-fitting Giorgio Armani gown with a tulle boa. This look was also an homage to the 1977 Superstar Barbie doll.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jeremy Allen White, former star of Shameless and lead character in The Bear, wore an all-black look. He sported a plain black suit with a sheer shirt under it. This outfit was designed by Calvin Klein, for whom White was recently in a commercial.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Issa Rae, another star of the Barbie film, wore a long, golden Pamella Roland dress that fit the Golden Globes perfectly. Her simple gold jewelry and low, slicked-back hairstyle completed the look in an understated way that highlighted the gown. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Florence Pugh, a presenter at the event and star of Oppenheimer, which won eight Golden Globe awards, wore a sheer, red Valentino gown featuring floral details. This look was complemented by a chunky statement necklace and an unusual updo (a sort of blonde mohawk/mullet). The bold red color of the dress is perfectly on trend with 2023 and 2024 popular shades. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Barry Keoghan, who recently starred in Amazon’s buzz-inducing Saltburn, wore a Louis Vuitton look. This checkered suit, in a dark red, used mismatched checkered patterns to create an interesting and unconventional look. He wore pearl jewelry that matched the look wonderfully. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Billie Eilish showed off her knowledge of recent trends, with an oversized thrift-store-inspired look. It was completed with a sock and heel combination. She wore a Willy Chavarria blazer, a khaki skirt, and Mary Janes. The boxy look was a departure from the singer’s casual attire while continuing her love of baggy clothing. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oprah was also in attendance at the Golden Globes as an executive producer of The Color Purple. She wore a purple, off-the-shoulder Louis Vuitton gown that was both bold and tasteful. This look was completed with silver jewelry and a sparkly makeup look.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Timothée Chalamet, who recently starred in the film Wonka, wore a sparkly, black Celine Homme blazer. This blazer was the star of his look, with the rest of it being relatively simple. The sparkles he sported were perfect for the Golden Globes. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Saltburn actress, Rosamund Pike, wore a black tea-length Dior gown that combined floral appliques and shimmer to make a classy, slightly morbid vibe. The look was tied together with a pair of black heels and a special lace veil covering her face. The apparatus was designed to offer support for Pike’s recent skiing injuries. Overall, her look was one of the most unique ones seen on the red carpet at the Golden Globes. 

 

 

 

 

 

After the disbandment of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association last year, this Golden Globe was the first to be hosted by the Golden Globe Foundation, a foundation made up of Elridge Industries and Dick Clark Productions. The Globes’ red carpet is one of many that celebrities will walk this Awards season, which runs through the Oscars on Mar. 10th.

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Haley Roth, Associate Editor
Haley Roth is a sophomore at The Benjamin School, and is a second-year staff writer for The Pharcyde. Haley has attended the Benjamin School since kindergarten. She enjoys going to the beach and spending time with friends. Haley enjoys writing for The Pharcyde as she gets to be more involved with the Benjamin community.

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