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We’ve been waiting on the edge of our seat for a major fashion moment, and we’re finally sated. Dua Lipa’s 2024 Golden Globes look gave us the jolt of energy we needed this January evening. Tonight, Dua is wearing a black Schiaparelli gown and Tiffany & Co. jewelry, while rocking her deep red “Cherry Cola hair” color. In addition to presenting, the Dance The Night singer is nominated for Best Original Song for her Barbie movie hit at tonight’s 81st annual Golden Globes in Los Angeles, CA.
Upon hearing of her Globes nomination, Lipa took to Instagram to express her excitement and congratulate directors Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach, star and producer Margot Robbie, and actor Ryan Gosling on their respective nods. “Wow waking up a Golden Globe nomineeeeeee!!! This barbie is so grateful! So happy I get to share this moment with my collaborators for our song “Dance The Night” @carolineailin @iammarkronson @wyattish and so much love to the Greta, Noah, Margot and Ryan on their much deserved nominations!!! Let’s go Barbie!!! 💕🤸🏻♀️💕🤸🏻♀️💕🤸🏻♀️💕
Dua’s glam team includes Mary Phillips on makeup with YSL Beauty and Peter Lux on hair. We’d say they killed it.
Back in May 2023, Dua stunned at the Met Gala in a white and black tweed Chanel gown from the fashion house’s 1992 Fall Couture collection. It managed to serve prim and proper princess vibes in the best way, even though it had pockets. A marked departure from the singer’s often eclectic style, we ate it up.
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