The 78th annual Golden Globe Awards were…interesting. There were plenty of laughs (Amy Poehler and Tina Fey once again delivered as co-hosts), joyful and somber tears (Taylor Simone Ledward accepting the Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama award for her late husband Chadwick Boseman was a heart-shattering moment), and awkward technical difficulties (when the mute button strikes again!) to go around. And then, there was the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s glaring membership diversity issue, which, rightfully so, hung over the show like a gray cloud. Virtual award shows are tough. They lack the glitz, glamour, and prestige we’ve grown accustomed to all these years, but nevertheless, the show, and red carpet–worthy fashion, must go on.
Speaking of red carpet–worthy fashion, first-time nominee Jane Levy, who tuned in from Canada, impressed in a dramatic look from Oscar de la Renta. With the help of stylist Tara Swennen, the Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist actress chose a navy silk faille–and-poppy hand-cut gown from the Pre-Spring 21 collection that wowed from every angle, paired with Vrai jewels and Jimmy Choo sandals. A smoky eye, a cat eye, and soft curls perfectly complemented the ensemble. Despite the gloomy Vancouver weather, it was a celebratory occasion for the 31-year-old and her NBC show, so we were thrilled when she agreed to document the exciting moment exclusively for Who What Wear.
From the glam chair to the Zoom setup, see how Levy’s look came together!