It's awards season once again and here to grace our feeds are the best-dressed ladies at the 76th Golden Globes. Look out for style inspo as we see these international celebrities donning the latest fashion trends you ought to wear now.
Constance Wu in Vera Wang
Constance Wu wears an update on the frilly princess look. Her frothy Vera Wang gown's best feature aside from the sexy bustier and its impeccable fit on the actress is the velvet bow that comes in this year's hottest color: orange!
Gemma Chan in Valentino
Gemma Chan hit the red carpet in the a deep turquoise gown that also bears some bow elements. But what we love most about her Valentino gown is that she chose to show her matching shorts to accentuate her long, lean frame and finished the look with a same-hued pumps that punctuated her monochromatic ensemble.
Lupita Nyong'o in Calvin Klein
Lady Gaga in Valentino
Lady Gaga was a vision to behold in this periwinkle Valentino ball gown with voluminous puff-sleeved coat that cascaded into an extra long train. We love that she dyed her hair the same hue to add some Gaga subversiveness to the look.
Charlize Theron in Dior
Prim, polished, and lady-like are only some words to describe Charlize's Dior outfit. She gives us the one-oh-one on how to wear bows as an adult. In her case, she says exaggerated bows are the way to go if only you wear it with a plunging neckline, two-tone fitted dress, and a deep-parted 'do.
Lili Reinhart in Khyeli
Lili's fiery and frothy Kheli couture gown is a head-turning look for a couple reasons. One, the dress features major volume without movement restriction, all thanks to the tulle fabric it was made of. And two, ruched details updated the tube neckline and its train.
Sandra Oh in Versace
White is a tricky color to wear on the red carpet because you risk looking like a bride. But when it's done right, as with Sandra's Versace number, it bowls us over. This year's Golden Globes host looked stunning with the gown's asymmetrical neckline and draped bodice topped with metallic accessories.
Rosamund Pike in Givenchy
Rosamund revamps the LBD game on the red carpet with her cross-front Givenchy gown. And as if it weren't enough, the actress takes the edgy route and adds a metallic cropped jacket, too!
Penelope Cruz in Ralph and Russo
Penelope's Ralph and Russo gown takes a spot on our list for a number of reasons: the galaxy-like pattern of embellisment on the ebony frock, the velvet straps, and the big bow finale at the back when she turns around. She's every inch the style star.
Saoirse Ronan in Gucci
Saoirse sizzles in a Gucci number that is reminiscent of the roaring '20s. We love how the dress falls on her with that deep neckline and body-hugging silhouette that might have you believe the draped curtain of beads is second skin.