Sandra Oh is no foreigner to a Golden Globe stage. In 2006, a Grey’s Anatomy alum won a Golden Globe for best ancillary singer in a play for her purpose as Christina Yang in a cult-favorite medical drama. But this year, not usually is Oh behind during a Golden Globe (she already walked divided with another win for best opening by an singer in a radio array for Killing Eve) she’s also creation story as a first-ever singer of Asian decent to horde a prestigious awards (alongside Andy Sandberg)—and there was no necessity of jaw-dropping outfits.
From her red runner attainment to attack a Golden Globe stage, see all of Sandra Oh’s looks below.
First up, Sandra Oh arrived during a 2019 Golden Globe red runner in a overwhelming white floor-length Versace robe with farfetched shoulders. Oh’s stylist, Elizabeth Saltzman, done a unwavering bid to dress a Golden Globe hopeful in all-female designers. “I called a women’s gang. we called Stella McCartney. we called Donatella Versace,” Saltzman told People. “She’s wearing all womanlike designers, though that’s not a matter from her or from me. It was a approach for me to consider about her and how we honour her.”
Then there was a a burning red, floor-length blazer dress Oh wore during a endowment show’s opening monologue.
Later in a evening, Oh swept adult a Golden Globe endowment for best opening by an singer in a radio play for her purpose as Eve Polastri in Killing Eve and supposed her endowment in a white Stella McCartney dress with a bateau neckline and sequined arm sleeves.