Anya Taylor-Joy and Julia Garner were among the best dressed celebs at the 78th Golden Globes.
This year's Golden Globes ceremony may have looked somewhat different to normal, with many of the looks coming from the homes and gardens of the award nominees.
But that doesn't mean it fell short on the glam factor, with plunging necklines and frothy tulle skirts appearing to be stand-out trends at the do on Sunday 28 February.
Leading the Hollywood glamour was double nominee Anya Taylor-Joy, who scooped Best Actress in a limited series or TV movie for her role as Beth Harmon in Netflix's The Queen's Gambit.
Appearing to play homage to both roles she was nominated for: Emma and The Queen's Gambit, Taylor-Joy opted for a stunning emerald green Dior dress with a plunging neckline and matching robe with statement cuffs.
“The dress is retro, but modern and cool at the same time,” her stylist, Law Roach, who added Tiffany & Co jewellery as a finishing touch, said of the look.
Julia Garner, Jamie Lee Curtis, Laverne Cox and Elle Fanning also opted for plunging necklines.
Despite remaining at home for the virtual awards, Julia Garner still managed to pull off an amazingly glam look in a super-low cut Prada dress.
Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series for her role in Netflix's Ozark, the 27-year-old piled on the glam in the floor-skimming dress, which had a feel of the fashion of the 1920s with its black sequinned belt detail highlighting her midriff.
Elle Fanning, who was in the running for Best Actress – TV Series, Comedy or Musical for her performance in The Great, looked stunning in an ice-blue Gucci, satin gown with embellished straps and deep V-neck.
Also daring to bare was Jamie Lee Curtis, 62, who stood out from the virtual crowd in a sunny yellow gown with a deep plunging neckline.
The actor who presented the award for best actress in a supporting role in any motion picture, wore a vibrant yellow dress by designer Alex Perry, which gathered at the waist, featured a bow to the back and sported on-trend balloon sleeves.
But it was the deep neckline that really tapped into on of the night's big trends.
Laverne Cox also got in on the low-neckline action appearing virtually in a fiery red dress which had statement sleeves and was intricately embellished with ribbons.
As well as joining the wealth of other stars sporting cleavage enhancing outfits, Cox also gave a nod to her favourite Netflix show Bridgerton in her choice of up do.
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The Orange is the New Black star told Live From E! that she was indulging in "a little Bridgerton hair" with a thick braid wrapped delicately around the nape of her neck.
As well as the Hollywood glamour of the plunging neckline, another trend that appeared in abundance on the virtual red carpet was sweeping tulle-style skirts.
Leading the way for this softer style was Andra Day, who was named Best Actress – Motion Picture, Drama for her performance as Billie Holiday in The United States Vs Billie Holiday.
For her big moment Day opted for a pale grey Chanel gown with a latticework bodice and floor-skimming tulle skirt.
Meanwhile Bridgerton star, Nicola Coughlan had quite the sartorial moment in a stunning lemon-yellow Molly Goddard gown with tulle detailing.
Upping the ante on the frothy look was Rosamund Pike who accepted the Best Actress – Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy award for her performance as sociopath Maria in I Care A Lot in a puff of pink tulle.
Cynthia Erivo added a pop of neon to the event with her fluoro green Valentino Haute Couture gown, which drew the eye with its matching gloves and voluminous skirt.
The look was stand-out not only for its bright shade of lime green, but also in its athleisure detailing with a shorter hemline, sporty neckline and body-skimming piping.
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