Sandra Oh Rocked Three Fabulous Dresses on Her Big Golden Globes Night
By Amy Lee
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Sandra Oh was a fashion queen at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards.
The Killing Eve star co-hosted the show with Andy Samberg and won Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama all on the same night. The woman of the hour had multiple outfit changes (as she should) and each stunning dress was custom designed by female designers.
A Vision in White
Oh kicked off the evening on the red carpet dressed to the nines. She was the epitome of Old Hollywood glamour in a white draped gown created by Donatella Versace that fit her like a glove. The elegant ensemble was complemented by Forevermark jewelry and a chic, voluminous wavy bob.
For the opening monologue with Samberg, Oh graced the stage in jaw-dropping red via a plunging, strong shouldered, tuxedo dress -- another Versace creation.
The proudly Korean-Canadian actress, 47, accepted her second Golden Globe award since winning in 2006 for her performance on Grey's Anatomy. She coincidentally coordinated with the statuette in a stunning white silk bateau neckline gown with gold sequined sleeves by Stella McCartney.