The Most Interesting Facts About Your Favorite Golden Globes Looks
Michelle Williams' Gown Was Inspired by the Runway
The Golden Globe winner's Louis Vuitton silk crepe gown with knotted details across the shoulders and draped, cinched waistband was inspired by a look from the Spring-Summer 2020 collection, which featured a top with a similar neckline tucked into a white mini skirt. Michelle's version took 156 hours to create from start to finish.
Renée Zellweger's Custom Creation
The Judy winner's baby blue Armani Privé column was all about the details. "It was perfectly designed for Renée from color to fit," her stylist Petra Flannery tells PEOPLE. "The precision of the crystal embellished trim accented the modern column shape and half moon curvature at the top. It mirrors Renée’s style and elegance.”
Priyanka Chopra Jonas's Hidden Corset
The actress's "elegant, vibrant and fun" Cristina Ottaviano gown features a hidden, built-in corset which "accentuates her beautiful silhouette and really gives a Hollywood glam vibe," says her stylist Mimi Cuttrell.
Lucy Boynton's Gown Took 435 Hours to Make
The Politician actress's Louis Vuitton gown itself took 215 hours to make, from the initial pattern cutting to alterations and assembling. But, it also needed an additional 220 hours to complete the hand-embroidery portion featuring 8,000 glass beads. So that's a total of 435 hours spent creating the look!
Sam Rockwell's Suit Needs to Be Fit for Dancing
The Fosse/Verdon nominee's stylist Michael Fisher always takes one important factor into consideration when selecting the actor's ensemble. "No matter what the event, Sam will be dancing with [partner] Leslie [Bibb], so I always consider what she's wearing," Fisher says.
But Rockwell always makes sure his voice is heard in the styling too. "Sam plays a BIG part in the process. We both gravitate towards color and pattern. He mentioned purple and Prada made it happen with the most beautiful shade," Fisher says of the actor's tuxedo.
Kit Harington Almost Walked with a Cane
The Game of Thrones star worked with stylist Jenny Ricker to create a "tailored and chic look" focusing on the "subtle details," Ricker explains. At one point, the two even considered pairing the Saint Laurent black suit with a walking cane. But instead, Harrington had his wife Rose Leslie to support him on the red carpet.
Rachel Brosnahan Picked Purple on Purpose
Wearing a deep plum hue was a first for the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel nominee. "The color is this rich purple hued crimson we haven't tried for her before — it looked cool and sexy," says her stylists Jill Lincoln and Jordan Johnson.
Jason Momoa's Red Carpet Rewear
Jason Momoa's black Valentino pants may look familiar since the Aquaman actor has worn them more than once. "Jason is somewhat unconventional and also very conscious of sustainability," his stylist Jeanne Yang tells PEOPLE. "We decided to reuse a pair of Valentino pants he had worn in the past and selected to buy a Tom Ford blazer, because wearing an all-green suit would have been too much."
Christina Applegate's Edgy Choice
Rather than going for a classic black gown, stylist Lindsay Flores selected an embellished Pamella Roland design to amp up the "rock n roll" vibe. "I love that the beading elevates it and steps it up with an edgy accent," Flores tells PEOPLE.
Meryl Streep's Dress Changed Colors
While stylist Micaela Erlanger describes the Big Little Lies star's Dior Haute Couture gown as a "dark forest green" she says when the metallic lamé material catches the light, "it changes and can also look golden or gunmetal."
Cynthia Erivo's Skirt Had a Sweet Surprise
The Harriet nominee sparkled on the red carpet in her hand-beaded and embroidered custom Thom Browne gown (which took 800 hours to make!). But the 5 lbs. dress has a floral surprise inside, with beaded peonies on the hem and inside of the skirt to represent Erivo’s favorite flower.
Sofia Carson's Two-Piece Look
At first glance, Carson’s Giambatista Valli Haute Couture baby pink ensemble looks like a dress, but it's actually a tulle skirt and strapless feathered top! Both pieces were created completely by hand "requiring countless hours of sewing for hundreds of layer of tulle," says her stylist Nicolas Bru.