Amelia Gregory is Junior Fashion Lead for SSEDITORIAL. She writes…
On Wednesday, the 11th of January, the Golden Globes returned to our screens. NBC refused to broadcast the show in 2022 due to many complaints that included issues with diversity and racism. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has since worked towards improving its inclusivity and other areas that had been critiqued and was incidentally welcomed back to NBC for 2023. With this return came plenty of Old Hollywood glamour and dramatic red carpet looks, so here is the official run-down of the best Golden Globes 2023 best-dressed celebrity looks from the evening.
Golden Globes 2023 Choice: Gucci and Tiffany & Co
The It-Girl of the moment, Wednesday Adams herself, took to the red carpet in a neutral sheer Gucci gown. Starkly contrasting her gothic aesthetic in Netflix’s Wednesday, Ortega looked light and ethereal in her flowing dress that was made complete with some Tiffany & Co jewellery. Ortega’s beautiful look for the evening brought a retro feel to the otherwise modern look. Her skin and lips were light and natural, whilst her eye-makeup got the drama with a double wing and a brightening eyeshadow.
Daisy Edgar Jones
Golden Globes 2023 Choice: Gucci
Channelling what we may have expected from Jenna Ortega was Daisy Edgar Jones. Daisy’s gown was custom Gucci and perfectly encapsulated the high-fashion goth aesthetic that has taken the fashion world by storm lately. The intricate black lace combined with the ruffled fishtail of the gown created the perfect look for the internet’s favourite current phrase, ‘dark femininity’.
Golden Globes 2023 Choice: Morphew Atelier
Liza Koshy took the ‘underwear-as-outerwear’ trend to a new level at this year’s Golden Globes. Wearing a lacey, beaded, barely-there gown, Liza Koshy surprised us with one of our favourite looks from the night. But the daring look did not stop there. She exposed her thong when Koshy turned around to reveal the delicate draping beads over her backless gown. Her thong pays homage to a popular trend on the red carpet.