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The 81st Golden Globe Awards presented a magnificent array of fashion excellence, where celebrities paraded a fusion of timeless elegance and audacious style statements. Amongst the plethora of fashion highlights, two exquisite designs by Georges Chakra captured attention with their distinct elegance and charm. This is Beirut curated a list of the top 9 looks from the evening, featuring these exceptional creations. Here’s the selection of the most memorable outfits from the event.

Molly Sims in Georges Chakra Couture

Molly Sims exuded sophistication in a metallic knit gold one-shoulder gown from the Fall-Winter 2023-2024 Georges Chakra Couture collection. The dress featured a large flower detail and a dramatic train, encapsulating a blend of modern style and classic Hollywood glamour.

Andra Day in Georges Chakra Couture Archive

Singer Andra Day looked regal in a black tulle one-shoulder gown from Georges Chakra’s Couture Fall/Winter 2004 Archive collection. The gown’s polka-dot detailing and pleated organza floral asymmetrical hem added a whimsical yet elegant touch to her overall look.

Rosamund Pike in Dior

Rosamund Pike chose a Dior piece from the Fall/Winter 2019 collection, complemented by a striking black lace headpiece. The ensemble, with its “weird funeral vibe,” showcased a perfect blend of edgy and chic.

Hunter Schafer in Custom Prada

Hunter Schafer dazzled in a custom blush Prada gown. The sheer, ethereal fabric encircling her added a sense of whimsy and grace, perfectly aligning with her fashion-forward image.

Dua Lipa in Custom Schiaparelli

Nominated for her song “Dance the Night,” Dua Lipa matched the occasion in a custom Schiaparelli gown. The black velvet dress with protruding gold bones was a head-turner, further accentuated by her archival Tiffany choker from 1962.

Jennifer Aniston in Dolce & Gabbana

Jennifer Aniston returned to her roots with a fresh take on the iconic “Rachel” haircut, complemented by a simple yet elegant black strapless Dolce & Gabbana dress with scalloped beading.

Taylor Swift in Gucci

Taylor Swift deviated from her usual style in a green metallic Gucci gown. The slinky, snake-like design marked a refreshing change and left fans wondering about potential new style directions.

Carey Mulligan in Archival Schiaparelli

Carey Mulligan closed the list with a nod to fashion history in an archival Schiaparelli dress from 1949. The lobster-themed dress was a blend of freaky, weird, sexy and delicious, setting her apart on the red carpet.

Special Mention: Natalie Portman in Dior Haute Couture

Natalie Portman’s presence at the Golden Globes was akin to a classic painting coming to life. She wore a sparkling, beaded Dior gown that seemed inspired by the ethereal beauty of a Monet masterpiece. The look, reminiscent of the Fall 2012 haute couture Dior collection by Raf Simons, highlighted her timeless elegance. Portman, a frequent face in Miss Dior campaigns, once again proved her affinity for the brand’s exquisite designs.

From Georges Chakra’s stunning designs to the bold choices of Schiaparelli and Gucci, the 81st Golden Globes was a night during which fashion legends were both honored and made.