Cynthia Erivo Bridges Vintage Glamour and Millennial Engineering For Golden Globes Red Carpet

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The Red Carpet is a remarkable place to really seal the deal for any artist, entertainer, or celebrity. Tonight at the Golden Globes, Cynthia Erivo took no half stepped chances when making stride across the Red Carpet at the event held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

A proven risk taker, she’s never strayed away from doing the extraordinary and competing making it a trending topic. For her quickly rising notoriety, she always lines her looks parallel to the excitement. For tonight, the actress took a slight note from vintage awards seasons while mixing it with a modern twist. The off-the-shoulder black and white masterpiece of decadence took an amazing 800 hours to complete, which was done so by the house of Thom Browne. Browne, whom is known for creating lavishly outgoing pieces that appeal to the deeper sense than the eye, created the strapless number which was custom designed for Erivo.

Nominated this evening for Best Actress, she revealed to to E! ‘s Ryan Seacrest on the Red Carpet that Browne worked strategically in creating the piece uniquely for her, including her favorite flower, peonies which was layered in the lining. Delicately hand beaded, the dress revealed her perfect neckline, structurally tailored waist line, elongating into a flare of shine with a center slit. Letting the gown the a percentage of the talking, the sparkle around Erivo’s neck was the real statement. The perfectly laid diamond necklace is worth $3 million and created by Bulgari. The necklace: diamond choker with a stunning Sapphire pendant draped at the center, a true statement moment for this Red Carpet queen!

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