Golden Globes 2021: “Emily in Paris” Star Lily Collins in Saint Laurent: IN or OUT?

Posted on March 02, 2021


We’re so awash in celebrity high fashion that we’re going to do ANOTHER vote-on-this-dress post, darlings! After a year-long drought, we’re positively giddy with power! Except we’re giving YOU all the power this time. But not before we’ve had our say, of course.

There was much side-eyeing regarding the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s love for Emily in Paris and the perhaps not-entirely-ethical ways in which the show secured that love. We have no doubt that Miss Lily would have come out in some form of drop-dead look no matter what the circumstances, since that is her way. But we don’t think we’re wrong to detect a little bit more of a push this time; a ramping up of both the glam factor and the stardom quality that comes with it.



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We have a longstanding dislike if not downright hatred of side cutouts, but it’s hard for us to declare this look anything but an absolute triumph. The embroidery is rich, the jewelry is luxe, and the colors look insane on her. But the asymettry is a bit off-scale and there is that cutout to consider, so we can understand if some folks aren’t feeling this look as much as we are. We’re nothing if not kind-hearted and open-minded souls who just want to give everyone a chance to be heard.

Haha. Not really. Vote anyway:


Lily Collins’ Super-Luxe Forget-All-That-Other-Stuff Look:

IN or OUT? 





Style Credits:
Saint Laurent Dress from the Fall 2020 Collection
Cartier High Jewelry Earrings, High Jewelry Ring and High Jewelry Art-deco Inspired Bracelet in Pink Gold, Coral, Onyx, Black Lacquer and Set with 540 Diamonds

Styled by Rob Zangardi + Mariel Haenn | Hair by Gregory Russell | Makeup by Fiona Stiles | Nails by Thuy Nguyen


[Photo Credit: Mariel Haenn/Instagram, Lily Collins/Instagram, Courtesy of Cartier, Gil-Gonzalez Alain/Abaca/]

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