Everyone's Talking About Anya Taylor-Joy's *Two* Dior Dresses from the Golden Globes
Two is always better than one and Anya Taylor-Joy knows this all too well.
Taylor-Joy was up for two Golden Globes last night, winning for her hypnotic performance as Beth Harmon in The Queen's Gambit. However, while Taylor-Joy made history as the first woman of Latin American descent to win the prize for Best Actress (Miniseries or Television Film), she was also making waves for her lavish Dior attire.
Stylist Law Roach shared updates of Taylor-Joy's ensembles throughout the night, like this post where he wrote, "She’s a winner baby...... I think Beth would be proud."
Taylor-Joy's green Haute Couture dress was one for the ages, and the image proves that in an evening of dramatic sleeves, Dior did not miss the memo. However, while there were other iconic green dresses last night, it was Taylor-Joy's jewelry that stole the show. The outfit was accentuated by over $1 million dollars in Tiffany & Co. diamonds, according to Elle, including a $195,000 platinum and diamond pendant, $1,500,000 platinum and diamond earrings and a $130,000 platinum and diamond ring.
But, Taylor-Joy must have felt like the one stunner simply wasn't enough. In a post this morning, her stylist said, "If you know anything about Law Roach you know there’s always another dress..... Twirl Anya Twirl......"
It turns out that Taylor-Joy had a steel blue knockout hidden away that she revealed for interviews after the show. According to Elle, this dress (that would make Cinderella proud) took over 150 hours to make and it was custom-designed by Dior's creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri.
Taylor-Joy's double dose of beauty will surely be remembered as an iconic Hollywood moment.
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