Sandra Oh made history at Sunday night’s Golden Globes several times over: In addition to being the first-ever Asian American to host the ceremony, she became both the first Asian American woman to win best actress in a TV drama in 39 years and the first woman of Asian descent to win multiple Globes.
And the 47-year-old “Killing Eve” star looked good doing it, too, thanks to a wardrobe created exclusively by female designers. “I decided to think of things that would make her feel confident and empowered and beautiful,” Oh’s stylist Elizabeth Saltzman told The Hollywood Reporter.
To that end, Saltzman commissioned two custom Versace looks for her client: the stunning white column she donned on the red carpet and the bold red tuxedo gown she wore to open the show alongside her co-host Andy Samberg. “I don’t know a more fearless, bold person who works harder than Donatella,” the stylist said. “Donatella really gives. She’s super empowering, and super fun, and has been through stuff.”
Then, to accept her own Golden Globe, Oh changed into a white Stella McCartney dress with billowing metallic sequined sleeves — “the most amazing kapow! dress,” as Saltzman described it, that perfectly matched the actress’ gleaming statuette.