After a year hiatus, the Golden Globes grey carpet is back and better than ever. As the best in entertainment gather to honor those who kept us glued to our screens last year, it’s the women of a certain demographic who caught our eyes with sophisticated styles, high glam and an air of royalty. We’ve highlighted the best looks brought to you courtesy of Hollywood’s hottest over 50.
Sheryl Lee Ralph
Abbott Elementary’s favorite teacher is a vision in purple with a matching chromatic plum eye that lit up her eyes and sleek straight locks. Giving kudos to her daughter Ivy Coco for her styling advice during awards season, Ralph says her form-fitting custom Aliétte gown took 960 hours to make.
The best actress in a musical or comedy nominee glimmered in vintage jewels and a bronzed-eye look that gave her eyes an added sparkle.
Nominee Davis wore custom Jason Wu and makeup artist Sergio López-Rivera used L’Oréal Age Perfect Midnight Night Face Cream and the Prime Lab Up to 24H Dullness Reducer to prep her skin before giving her a glowy glam look.
Better Call Saul’s Seehorn bloomed with a floral, floor-length gown and matching crimson lip.
Jamie Lee Curtis
Makeup artist Grace Ahn gave Curtis a beautiful, bold eye using Anastasia Beverly Hills to compliment her Maison Valentino black jumpsuit and lace cape.
Wearing a vintage John Galliano, the first-time Globes red carpet host channeled the golden age of Hollywood with a Marilyn-inspired curly bob.
The best actress winner stunned in an Armani Privé gown that had all eyes on her. Celebrity hairstylist Robert Vetica said he used Dyson hair tools and Better Not Younger styling products to create a “fresh, chic and elegant,” side-swept look.
As the first actress in a Marvel movie to be nominated for—and win—a Golden Globe for her turn in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, best supporting actress Bassett shone bright like a diamond in a halter neck silver gown.