Happy new year and happy awards season! On Sunday, the 2020 Golden Globes best fashion kicked off the decade's first celebrity-studded red carpet circuit, and so far, it did not disappoint. While 2019 brought us ballroom gowns galore (we'll never forget Lady Gaga's custom Valentino) and a certain sparkly Louis Vuitton harness (thanks to Timothée Chalamet), this year was filled with show-stopping fashion, from Sofia Carson's custom pink tulle dress by Ralph & Russo that's straight out of a fairytale to Greta Gerwig's simple off-the-shoulder Proenza Schouler moment.
The 2020 Golden Globes nominees are stacked with a very stylish crew of famous names, including Joey King, who's up for an award for her leading role in The Act, in an otherworldly Iris Van Herpen dress, as well as Hustlers writer Lorene Scafaria who donned a full houndstooth-print look. Some other favorites to walk the carpet include Taylor Swift (her original Cats song "Beautiful Ghosts" is nominated) in a gown with a major floral print by Etro, Kirsten Dunst (nominated for her role in Showtime's On Becoming a God in Central Florida) in Rodarte, of course, and Saoirse Ronan, who's up for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for her role in Gerwig's Little Women, in a sparkly Celine number.
See the rest of the best red carpet moments from the 2020 Golden Globes, below.
Joey King wore an otherworldly, eye-catching Iris Van Herpen gown.
Greta Gerwig arrived in a simple black-and-white gown by Proenza Schouler with a touch of detail down the sides.
E!'s own Kristen Cavallari wore a figure-hugging gown with a little cutout.
Lorene Scafaria went all in on houndstooth.
Sofia Carson tulled it up in a custom pale pink gown by Ralph & Russo with some added feathers for the drama.
Zoey Deutch wore a made-to-measure golden yellow jumpsuit by Fendi.
Janina Gavankar wore a glittering black gown with royal blue sleeves.
Kirsten Dunst wore an embroidered pink Rodarte gown.
Margot Robbie wore a Chanel look that took hours to create.
Helen Mirrenlooked like actual royalty in a burgundy gown.
Tiffany Haddish stood out in hot pink.
Billy Porterlook by Alex Vinash took three months to execute.
Beanie Feldstein wore a navy blue gown by Oscar de la Renta, complete with a matching headband.
Kaitlyn Dever went all out in a floral Valentino gown.
Cate Blanchett wore a bedazzled harness with her yellow Mary Katrantzou gown.
Taylor Swift arrived in a floral gown by Etro.
Reese Witherspoon wore an all-white gown by Roland Mouret.
Michelle Williams wore an orange gown with a touch of blue.
Saoirse Ronan dazzled in a sparkling Celine gown.
Gwyneth Paltrow wore a sheer brown look by Fendi.
Isla Fisher followed in the billowing sleeves trend.
Charlize Theron wore lime green Dior couture.
Awkwafina also opted for Dior couture.
Kerry Washington wore a sleek, barely there look by Altuzarra.
Kate McKinnon wore a black suit by Prabal Gurung.
Zoë Kravitz wore a mixed-pattern gown by Saint Laurent.
Lucy Boynton wore custom Louis Vuitton in a stunning silver hue.
Jennifer Lopez was a literal gift in a bow-adorned gown by Valentino.
Margaret Qualley kept in simple in a black gown by Chanel.
Rooney Mara wore lacey black Givenchy couture.
Cynthia Erivo sparkled in black-and-white Thom Browne.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge showed off a new twist on the tweed suit in Ralph & Russo.
Olivia Colman matched the carpet in her fitting red gown.
Jodie Comer went for full sleeves, too, in an emerald green gown.
Dakota Fanning looked ethereal in lilac-tinted Dior couture.