With a previous Golden Globe for her performance as Beth Harmon in The Queen’s Gambit in her back pocket, Anya Taylor-Joy steps onto the red carpet at tonight’s 2023 Golden Globes with a nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy for her performance as Margot in the comedy-thrillerThe Menu.
Now, Taylor-Joy is no stranger to bringing an ethereal vibe to her red carpet moments (see: her 19th century-inspired look at the 2022 Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards), and tonight adds another showstopper to her resume. Her full ensemble exudes buttery softness, from her muted yellow two-piece dress to her pale platinum blonde hair. Here’s a full breakdown of the look.
Taylor-Joy stepped onto the red carpet this year wearing a canary yellow Dior ensemble, which featured a strapless bandeau top, which wraps in the back with a bow, and a floor-length straight skirt with a matching wrap feature on its side. She paired the look with a whole bunch of diamonds (because why not when you're attending the Golden Globes?), all by Tiffany & Co., including the Schlumberger necklace, floral stud earrings, and Tiffany T1 rings.
The star also paid homage to the "golden" part of the Golden Globes with a gold stiletto-shaped manicure and warm makeup, done by frequent collaborator, Georgie Eisdell. The look starts with a gorgeous, even collection, which Eisdell achieved using Dior's Skin Glow Foundation ($54) and Skin Correct Concealer ($40). With just a dab of Dior Rouge Blush ($45) in the shade Charnelle to the apples of the cheeks, Taylor-Joy's complexion looks equally ethereal and warm. Finally, Eisdell made a rusty smokey eye, created with Dior's 5 Couleurs Couture Eyeshadow Palette ($62), and Taylor-Joy's subtle terracotta lip color, courtesy of Rouge Dior ($45) in shade 100 Nude Look, the true stars.
Her entire look is stunning, but her hair, courtesy of celebrity stylist Gregory Russell, is what really caught our attention. She wore her platinum blonde hair pin straight tonight and parted her waist-long 'do down the middle. From her right profile, you might think that Taylor-Joy just wore straight hair to the Golden Globes, but with a quick shift to her left, you'll see an elegant twist that starts at the top of her hairline and extends past to her jawline, effectively tucking her hair behind her ear.
Call it the Cruella effect, but we are all here for Taylor-Joy's split-down-the-middle hairstyle. By opting for two different hairstyles on either side of her part, the actress proves that you don't necessarily have to set up an appointment with your colorist for a dual-sided hairstyle—you can use styling as a tool instead to add an edge to your daily 'dos.