This year's Golden Globe nominees pulled all the stops to achieve some truly award-winning looks. And after such a critical year in entertainment history, with the success of Black Panther and Crazy Rich Asians, we are excited to see the couture conversation changing. Looks from Billy Porter and Janelle Monae drew from cultural and personal significance rather than trends while menswear is seeing fresher takes on tailoring than ever before. From all the A-listers who attended one of the most glamorous nights of the year, these are our top style picks.
John Krasinski's perfectly tailored shawl lapel tuxedo is a classic hit. Match his dapper look with this two-tone suit by Hugo Boss:
To buy: $995; neimanmarcus.com
Rachel Brosnahan lit up the red carpet in a canary yellow gown by Prada just before she won the award for best performance by an actress in a musical or comedy television series. Beckon spring in the same hue as Rachel in this knit dress by Egrey, which also features criss-cross back detailing.
To buy: $498; farfetch.com
Idris Elba stunned in his teal-and-black ensemble from Ozwald Boateng. Give his sharp look a try with this piece from French Connection.
To buy: $151; asos.com
Lupita Nyong'o, nominated for her performance in Black Panther, does color like no other and proves it in this cobalt beaded gown by Calvin Klein. Channel her elegance in a similar strapless ultramarine number by Rasario.
To buy: $1,794; modaoperandi.com
Winner of best actor in a limited series, Darrin Criss's statement tuxedo blazer––a cherry blossom print piece by Dior––set him apart from the crowd. Get his show-stopping look with this blazer by Top Man.
To buy: $125; nordstromrack.com
Constance Wu, a nominee for best actress for her performance in Crazy Rich Asians, is a vision in Vera Wang...and you can be, too. Constance's very gown, with its memorable living coral sash, is available for that summer event you've already begun planning for.
To buy: $5,275; modaoperandi.com