The 2020 Golden Globe nominations have been announced! But before these stars hit the red carpet on Jan. 5, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at their best style moments of late. First up? A celeb who does no wrong in the fashion department — Cate Blanchett! The "Where'd You Go Bernadette?" star, who's up for best actress in a musical or comedy, arrived at The Fashion Awards in London in early December looking like a dream in this pale mint green confection by Giorgio Armani. We can't wait to see what she wears on Globes night! Keep reading for more stellar recent fashion choices from this year's crop of noms…
Kelly green is Awkwafina's color! The star, who's up for best actress in a musical or comedy for her performance in "The Farewell," rocked this statement suit by Bella Freud at Charlize Theron's Africa Outreach Project Fundraising Event in New York City in November.
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Taylor Swift picked up a Golden Globe nomination for her song "Beautiful Ghosts" with Andrew Lloyd Webber, which is on the "Cats" soundtrack. The last time she showed up on a red carpet was at the American Music Awards in November, where she donned this slinky and sparkly dark green Julien Macdonald number. It featured double spaghetti straps and a split up the side, which showed off her thigh-high Casadei boots.
Billy Porter always takes risks on red carpets, and the best actor in a TV drama nominee for "Pose" did just that at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in November. He arrived in this Sies Marjan getup comprised of a burgundy jacket and coat (complete with a fur collar!), red trousers and a bright orange turtleneck, which all together certainly raised eyebrows and made a fashion statement.
It was all about the embellishments on this gorgeous Ralph & Russo creation that Jennifer Lopez wore to the Gotham Awards in New York City in early December. The confection featured one sheer shoulder and plenty of feathers and appliques for an extra-glamorous vibe on the red carpet. J.Lo picked up her second Golden Globe nomination ever — this time for best supporting actress — for her work in "Hustlers."
At the Hollywood Film Awards in November, Cynthia Erivo stunned in this pale pink Versace gown. The "Harriet" star, who's up for best actress in a drama for her work in the film, wore this fitted frock with buckled straps and a thigh-high slit, pairing it with hot pink suede pumps for a truly pretty-in-pink moment.
Ben Platt, who's up for best actor in a TV comedy or musical for his performance on "The Politician," showed off his sartorial skills in this Coach getup at the American Music Awards in November. He paired plaid trousers with a dress shirt and a green leather jacket for a colorful, unexpected red carpet ensemble.
Butterflies galore! Beanie Feldstein — a best actress in a musical or comedy nominee for "Booksmart" — stunned in this butterfly-covered Mary Katrantzou dress that showed off just a bit of her Savage x Fenty lime green bra underneath at the Gotham Awards in New York City in early December.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge attended the British Academy Britannia Awards in Los Angeles in October in this Giorgio Armani jumpsuit. The one-shouldered black getup featured sparkly embellishments and a sleek fit that looked lovely on the "Fleabag" star, a best actress in a TV comedy or musical nominee.
Best actress in a musical or comedy nominee Ana de Armas, who wowed in "Knives Out" this year, is also shaping up to be a seriously stylish dresser. Take this dreamy Chanel design that she wore to the Los Angeles premiere of her film in November, for instance. The darling dress came complete with delicate, sheer half-length sleeves and beautiful floral appliques.
We hope Olivia Colman's Golden Globes gown is this fabulous! The star of "The Crown" turned heads in this rich dark velvet piece by The Vampire's Wife, which she wore to the Luminous BFI Fundraising Gala in London in October. We're eager to see what she wears to the Globes as a best actress in a TV drama nominee.
Taron Egerton is a best actor in a musical or comedy nominee for his performance in "Rocketman." And we're excited to see what he'll wear on the Golden Globes red carpet, especially after seeing this sleek navy blue Armani moment he had at the Hollywood Film Awards in November.
"Big Little Lies" star Nicole Kidman went with a vibrant color palette of red, orange and pink at the CMA Awards in November. She selected this sparkly, long-sleeved Versace design, which she paired with killer pink sandals for the event. We can only hope she opts for this much color on the Globes red carpet, where she's up for best actress in a TV drama.
Joey King — a best actress in a limited TV series or motion picture nominee for "The Act" — wore this lovely Lirika Matoshi gown to the Golden Globe Ambassador Launch Party in Los Angeles in November. We loved the delicate red straps and the way they complemented the red heart designs covering the sweet dress.
"Marriage Story" scene stealer Laura Dern stole the spotlight once again at the "Little Women" premiere in New York City in December. The best supporting actress nominee arrived in this standout Ralph Lauren look — a long-sleeved, high-necked purple sparkly number.
While attending the premiere of her film "Last Christmas" in New York City in October, Emma Thompson rocked this olive green jumpsuit by Stella McCartney. She's up for best actress in a musical or comedy for her work in "Late Night."
The black off-the-shoulder Erdem gown that Renee Zellweger wore to the Governors Awards in October stood out on the event's black carpet. The "Judy" star is up for best actress in a drama for her work in the biopic.
We love how Rami Malek mixed pinstripes with prints within the same sharp Saint Laurent look he wore to the final season premiere of "Mr. Robot" in New York City in October. The star is up for best actor in a TV drama for his work on the show.
Saoirse Ronan earned a nomination for best actress in a drama for her work in "Little Women," and we think her look at the film's New York City premiere in December also deserves accolades. The Gucci gown featured a bib collar embellished with stunning turquoise stones plus sheer sleeves and a thigh-high slit that showed off her knee-high boots.
Best actress in a drama nominee Charlize Theron picked up the nod for her work in "Bombshell." She showed off her very own bombshell look in this gorgeous gold minidress she wore to her Africa Outreach Project fundraiser in New York City in November. The strapless Dior design featured an eye-catching, shiny fabric and a skirt made of fringe.
Jennifer Aniston, who's up for best actress in a TV drama for her performance on "The Morning Show," wore this gray-and-white gown to the Patron of the Artists Awards in November. The John Galliano design featured a plunging neckline, a tiered skirt and a ruffled uneven hemline that showed off her strappy black sandals perfectly.
We always appreciate a unique menswear moment, which best actor in a TV comedy or musical nominee Sam Rockwell delivered at the Gotham Awards. The "Fosse/Verdon" star wore this funky patterned suit that stood out amongst a sea of boring black.
Natasha Lyonne went dramatic at the Gotham Awards in December. The best actress in a TV comedy or musical nominee for her work on "Russian Doll" rocked this over-the-top black dress by The Vampire's Wife featuring gathered sleeves, a pussy-bow collar and a floor-length skirt.
An LBD with a splash of gold? Sign us up! Best actress in a TV drama nominee Reese Witherspoon stunned in this black-and-gold Celine frock at the premiere of "The Morning Show" in New York City in October. The sequined design featured a band of gold along the top of the bodice, which jazzed up the otherwise simple black number and paired perfectly with those black Christian Louboutin pumps.
Margot Robbie, who's up for best supporting actress for her work in "Bombshell," embraced winter whites early while promoting the film in October. She sported this sleek Mara Hoffman look — a white suit jacket knotted at the waist with matching trousers — while attending a screening of her movie in Los Angeles.
We don't know if best actress in a TV comedy or musical nominee Kirsten Dunst will be able to top this October 2019 look at the 2020 Golden Globes! The dreamy Rodarte number the "On Becoming a God in Central Florida" star wore to the InStyle Awards featured a cascade of pretty pastel shades — ranging from pale orange to a creamy white — all falling in delicate lace tiers. But our favorite part was the bows at the straps and that sweet tie detail at the waist.
"Marriage Story" star Scarlett Johansson is up for best actress in a drama. And though her style can be hit or miss, this Louis Vuitton number she wore to the film's Los Angeles premiere in November was a win. The strapless frock featured a pale pink bodice with a zippered detail and a vibrant purple silk skirt that paired perfectly with those silver strappy sandals.
A vision in not-so-mellow yellow! Helen Mirren wore this gorgeous bright yellow Brandon Maxwell gown to the premiere of "The Good Liar" in New York City in November. We know the "Catherine the Great" star will look just as lovely at the 2020 Golden Globes, where she's up for best actress in a limited TV series or motion picture.
Rachel Brosnahan wowed in pink Christian Louboutin at the season 3 premiere of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" in New York City in December. The best actress in a TV comedy or musical nominee's pantsuit was comprised of glittery fabric and featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and button detailing, which all paired perfectly with her equally pretty strappy pink sandals.
A burgundy velvet tuxedo jacket? Yes, please! Andrew Scott, who's up for best supporting actor in a limited TV series or motion picture for his performance on "Fleabag," sported this sleek menswear look at the premiere of "1917" in London in December and had us all eagerly anticipating his Golden Globes ensemble.
Best actress in a limited TV series or motion picture nominee Kaitlyn Dever's black-and-white Chanel dress stood out on the red carpet at the Gotham Awards in early December. The one-shouldered frock featured a pretty tiered top layer, a bow detail at the waist and subtle ruffled layers down the skirt.