Ah, yes. The Golden Globes. One year after the annual awards show grappled with literal and figurative cancelation, the ceremony returned to Beverly Hills, bringing with it a slew of notable red carpet outfits.

As usual, Team Highsnobiety has opinions, sartorially speaking. We've picked out the finest 'fits of the bunch, from smart suiting to gowns fit for a Disney princess. Behold: the best-dressed celebrities at the 2023 Golden Globes.

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Emma D'Arcy in Acne Studios

"This suit!" - Willa Bennet, Editor-in-Chief

Tyler James Williams in Amiri

"Amidst a sea of staid black suits, Tyler James Williams broke the mold in perfectly slouchy proportions and trippy tie-dye. To keep the nautical metaphor going: Williams brought fresh water to a desert island of menswear." - Jake Silbert, News Editor

Rihanna in Schiaparelli

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"I love how Rihanna can shift from streetwear queen on the daily to all-black red carpet glam so effortlessly. The way she styled the dramatic Schiaparelli Couture gown with bare minimal Zanotti stilettos and a sleek updo — obsessed." - YJ Lee, Senior Features Editor

Seth Rogen in Dior

"Wearing a black tuxedo to the Golden Globes is a bit obvious, for me. Personally I’m a fan of spicing things up with a splash of color, take Seth Rogen’s pastel pink Dior Homme number for example. Traditional in style, but very 2023 in color, it’s the perfect blend." - Tayler Willson, Style Writer

Ayo Edebiri in Rosie Assoulin

"She looks like Cinderella and I'm living for the glamour." - Arianna Shooshani, Social Media Manager

Donald Glover in Saint Laurent

"Love the new Pirates of the Caribbean." - Sam Cole, Style Writer

Meg Stalter in Versace

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"The tiny Judith Lieber clutch is the cherry on top of Meg Stalter's archival Versace." - Alexandra Pauly, Style Writer

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