All About Sandra Oh's Golden Globes 2019 Outfits: Exclusive Details from Her Stylist!
Sandra Oh killed her fashion game at the Golden Globes!
The star of Killing Eve, 47, showed off her love of all things style when she co-hosted the 2019 Golden Globe Awards Sunday night with Andy Samberg at the Beverly Hilton hotel in L.A. Plus, not only did Oh host, the star was also nominated for Best Actress – Television Series Drama for her role in Killing Eve.
For her big night as host and nominee, Oh worked with stylist Elizabeth Saltzman to source all of her fun looks, the same celebrity stylist who works with Gwyneth Paltrow and Saoirse Ronan.
“Sandra is quite possibly the smartest, most fun, most energetic and cool woman I’ve ever worked with,” Saltzman tells PEOPLE. “I hope that when people see her fashion, they see that you can be strong, empowered, sophisticated and fun — that you can be that beautiful and have that big of a brain.”
Saltzman had only a few weeks to source ensembles for the star, as she got the news that Oh was hosting in mid-December, just as many fashion houses were about to take their holiday breaks. “It became a challenge of the best kind,” Saltzman says.
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As a result, the celebrity stylist turned to women designers who would support the star — even in a time crunch. “I called the women’s gang. I called Stella McCartney. I called Donatella Versace,” Saltzman says. “She’s wearing all female designers, but that’s not a statement from her or from me. It was a way for me to think about her and how I respect her.”
In the end, Saltzman chose four looks for the star — one for the red carpet, two for the show and one for the after-party.
RED CARPET: VERSACE
Oh made her debut on the red carpet as host and nominee in a white Versace gown. “It’s strong,” Saltzman says of the look. “It’s like it says, ‘Oh, I’m Sandra Oh’ because oh my God, her body is fierce. People don’t think of Sandra as a model or a body. But it’s there. And this is a moment for me to go, ‘It’s there, people.’ She’s amazing.”
Saltzman is particularly excited about the pink beading that is ever-so-slightly visible within the gown. “It gives it a hint of something,” says the stylist.
The star wore ethically-sourced Forevermark diamonds to complete the look. “I love the diamonds, and she’s wearing diamonds the whole time!”
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Several days before the show, Oh kicked off her hosting duties by rolling out the Golden Globes red carpet in an olive green Fendi look, which she paired with a chic updo and bold hoops.
Originally, Oh was surprised when she was called on to host.
“My reaction was, ‘Is this a joke,’” Oh previously told PEOPLE. “And then when it was not a joke, it was just this feeling of terror and thrill. There was no way I would do this without Andy. It’s really exciting.”
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