The Golden Globes 2021 is missing one all-important element of the Hollywood awards ceremony: the traditional red carpet. Coronavirus long ago put paid to the prospect of seeing nominees emerge from a convoy of limos to pose for an army of paps in person. But 12 months into the pandemic, the A-list has learned a thing or two about creating a virtual fashion moment. Elle Fanning, in the running for Best Actress—TV Series, Comedy or Musical for her performance in The Great, kicked things off with a mike drop of an Instagram post, wearing an ice-blue Gucci gown and Fred Leighton jewellery.

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Read on for Vogue’s breakdown of the best-dressed stars on the night from the Golden Globes 2021 red carpet.

Elle Fanning in Gucci

Nominee Elle Fanning chose a slinky Gucci dress worthy of an Old Hollywood siren, complete with dramatic cape detail and a pooling train. The actor enlisted photographer Gareth Gatrell from the set of her show The Great to capture her ice-blue gown and Fred Leighton jewels from all angles for Instagram.

Cynthia Erivo in Valentino Haute Couture

The plus side of the remote red carpet? No risk of stumbling in your Valentino mega-platforms. Cynthia Erivo chose Look 30 from Pierpaolo Piccioli’s spring/summer 2021 couture runway, a sculptural apple-green dress complete with opera gloves and vertigo-inducing silver heels.

Andra Day in Chanel Haute Couture

It was a big night for Andra Day, who was named Best Actress – Motion Picture, Drama for her performance as Billie Holiday in The United States Vs Billie Holiday. She dressed accordingly, opting for a pale grey Chanel gown with a latticework bodice, fresh from the spring/summer 2021 couture runway.

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Shira Haas in Chanel

The petite star of Netflix smash Unorthodox wore a strapless black mini-dress with a sheer overlay from Chanel’s spring/summer 2021 collection.

Nicola Coughlan in Molly Goddard

The Bridgerton star’s lemon-yellow Molly Goddard tulle was fit for any debutante ball.

Margot Robbie in Chanel

What’s a red carpet, even a virtual one, without Margot Robbie dressed top-to-toe in Chanel? The star, a presenter on the night, chose a sweet monochrome belted dress with a tiered skirt from the spring/summer 2021 collection.

Regina King in Louis Vuitton

Regina King, who was nominated in the Best Director category, wore a shimmering Louis Vuitton gown accessorised with Forevermark jewellery.

Maria Bakalova in Amarni Privé

The breakthrough star of Borat Subsequent Movie Film wore a truly red carpet-worthy strapless red gown from the Armani Privé spring/summer 2021 collection.

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Lily Collins in Saint Laurent

She didn’t take home a trophy for Emily in Paris, but Lily was suitably French-girl chic in her Saint Laurent spring/summer 2020 dress.

Viola Davis in Lavie by CK

The star of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom was resplendent in a vibrant fishtail gown by Lavie by CK, the work of Cameroon-born, LA-based designer Claude Kameni.

Rosamund Pike in Molly Goddard

Nicola Coughlan wasn’t the only one having a Molly moment on Golden Globes night, Rosamund Pike accepted the Best Actress – Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy award for her performance as sociopath Maria in I Care A Lot in a cloud of pink tulle.

Anya Taylor-Joy in Dior

The double nominee opted for a Dior dress that managed to nod to both of her projects: Emma, and The Queen’s Gambit. “The dress is retro, but modern and cool at the same time,” said her stylist Law Roach, who added Tiffany & Co jewellery as a finishing touch.