The 81st Golden Globe Awards, a night celebrating the pinnacle of cinematic and television achievements, were illuminated by the radiance of Dior Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri and Dior Men by Kim Jones.
Natalie Portman Blooms
Natalie Portman, a past Golden Globe winner and a constant presence in critically acclaimed films, showcased an impressionist landscape with her Dior tulle embroidered gown, reflecting the depth of her celebrated film roles.
Portman received a nomination at this year’s awards for her role in “May December,” where she starred alongside Julianne Moore, contending for the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy category.
Jennifer Lawrence’s Velvet Victory
Jennifer Lawrence, celebrated for her compelling acting and frequent Golden Globe appearances, graced the event in a navy blue velvet Dior Couture gown, embodying the subtle strength she often portrays in her on-screen roles. The 33-year-old actress received a nomination this year for her role in “No Hard Feelings,” competing in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy category.
Elizabeth Debicki’s Silver Screen Shimmer
Elizabeth Debicki, a previous Golden Globe awardee, is a constant presence at the awards for her outstanding performances. She radiated in a long tulle Dior dress, embodying the luminance of her on-screen characters. Debicki clinched the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television.
Rosamund Pike’s Lace Legacy
Rosamund Pike, known for her transformative roles and a previous Golden Globe winner, made a striking appearance in a “tattoo” effect lace Dior dress, reflecting her penchant for bold and intricate character choices. Pike received a nomination in the Best Supporting Actress category for her role in “Saltburn,” following her recovery from a Christmas skiing accident.
Ali Wong’s Comedic Chic
Ali Wong, known for her captivating humor and storytelling, radiated elegance in a draped Dior dress at the event. Her outfit effortlessly mirrored the charm of her comedic narrative. Ali Wong’s outstanding talent was recognized with a Golden Globe award for Best Female Actor in a Limited Series.
Each star, present for their significant contributions to film and television, not only celebrated their work but did so draped in the timeless designs of Dior, making for an unforgettable night of style and celebration
Robert Downey Jr. and More
The Golden Globes, a celebration of cinematic and sartorial artistry, saw Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Batiste make a sartorial statement in Dior by Kim Jones. Downey Jr., known for his charismatic screen presence, chose a burgundy wool and silk oblique suit that mirrored his bold persona. The 58-year-old Downey Jr. nabbed the supporting movie actor prize at Sunday night’s ceremony, for his role as like Lewis Strauss in Oppenheimer.
Jon Batiste, a renowned figure in the realms of soulful music and style, donned an asymmetric black wool twill suit paired with Tiffany & Co. jewelry. He presented the award for Best Score, demonstrating Dior’s fusion of classic elegance and modern design. Both men, in their Dior ensembles, contributed their distinct artistic flair to the evening’s glamour.
Their ensembles, from classic black tuxedos to innovative velvet, were as varied and nuanced as the roles they’ve portrayed on screen, each adding a distinctive flair to the evening’s festivities.