From hairstyles to dress designers, royal style influenced every aspect of the Golden Globes red carpet.
Stars including Julianne Moore, 58, and Rosamund Pike, 39, plumped for gowns by Givenchy, the Duchess of Sussex‘s go-to designer.
Meanwhile others took their fashion cues from Meghan’s royal tour wardrobe, with three different celebrities stepping out in dresses by THEIA, a label the mother-to-be wore in Fiji.
Others found inspiration in Kate’s polished looks, with Big Little Lies star Nicole Kidman, 51, finishing her chic updo with one of the royal’s favourite accessories: a velvet bow.
Here, with the help of celebrity stylist Rochelle White, FEMAIL examines how Kate and Meghan shape red carpet style…
MEGHAN’S GO-TO DESIGNER
Meghan’s favourite label: Stars including Julianne Moore, 58, pictured on the red carpet, and Rosamund Pike, 39, plumped for gowns by Givenchy for the Golden Globes on Sunday
Duchess’ go-to: Meghan, 37, enlisted Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy to design her wedding dress and has worn the label a number of times since. Pictured, the duchess in Givenchy at Princess Eugenie’s wedding in October, left, and at her first solo engagement in London, right
Firm friends: Meghan even made a surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards in London last month to present Waight Kelller, seen with microphone, with an award
The Duchess of Sussex, 37, enlisted Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller to design her wedding dress, and the pair have formed an extraordinarily close bond since.
Indeed Meghan – who has worn Givenchy on a number of high profile royal engagements – made a surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards in London last month to present Waight Kelller with the prestigious British Womenswear Designer of the Year award.
The gong was given in recognition of a standout year for the fashion house.
It is clear Meghan is far from the only fan of the designer, with Moore and Pike – both longtime fans of the label – both opting to wear their gowns.
A-list fans: Rosamund Pike, left, and winner Rami Malek in Givenchy at the Golden Globes
Waight Keller also dressed actor Rami Malek, who won Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for his role in Bohemian Rhapsody.
Rochelle told FEMAIL Givenchy has become even more sought-after since the royal wedding in May last year.
‘Any brand that is associated with Megan or the Royal family become a desired brand,’ Rochelle Givenchy saw a boost in sales since the Royal wedding and as Megan has been spotted in throughout the year it’s profile I feel has been boosted.’
KATE’S FAVOURITE HAIRSTYLE
Finished with a bow: Big Little Lies stars Nicole Kidman, 51, finished her chic updo with one of the Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite accessories: a velvet bow
Fashion forward: The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, has won praise for her newfound fondness of hair ribbons. Pictured, in Leicester in November (left) and in London that same month, right
The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, has won praise for her newfound fondness of hair ribbons – and A-listers have been quick to follow the trend.
The accessory has sprung up all over runways in recent seasons and has been adopted by the likes of Sienna Miller and Margot Robbie.
Meanwhile Kate sported the style on a number of occasions in the latter half of 2018, including on a visit to Leicester in November.
On Sunday Oscar-winner Kidman became the latest leading lady to try out the style – placing a large black velvet bow above her low chignon.
Kidman, who attended the awards show with husband Keith Urban, has divided opinion with the bow – with some questioning its placement.
‘Kate has a very classic look and i think Nicole is attracted to that,’ Rochelle said. ‘We saw last year that hair bows were very popular with Kate in which sparked a trend for the hair accessory. It could have been a subtle nod to the royal family as well as embracing her own style.’
ROYAL TOUR LABEL
The Meghan effect: Among the brands to enjoy a boost from Harry and Meghan’s royal tour was New-York based THEIA. Pictured, Jeff Bridges poses with wife Susan Geston, in Theia
Stunning: Designer Don O’Neill, 52, created the white dress Meghan, 37, wore as she joined Prince Harry, 34, for a black tie reception with the King of Tonga at Nuku’alofa’s Royal Palace
Among the brands to enjoy a boost from Harry and Meghan’s royal tour in October last year was New-York based THEIA, which dressed the duchess for a formal dinner in Tonga.
Irish fashion designer Don O’Neill, 52, created the beautiful white dress Meghan, 37, wore as she joined Prince Harry, 34, for a black tie reception with the King of Tonga at Nuku’alofa’s Royal Palace.
O’Neill – who made headlines when he hinted his team was told of the royal baby news ahead of the official pregnancy announcement – followed up on the high profile appearance by dressing a number of women for the Golden Globes.
Ready for the ball: Meanwhile British model Iskra Lawrence looked every inch the fairytale princess at the InStyle After party in a timeless $1,195 (£940) ice blue gown from the label
Among them was Susan Geston, who has been married to Jeff Bridge’s for 41 years.
The ageless beauty looked sophisticated in a $955 (£780) metallic long-sleeved gown featuring a plunging V-neck and flattering texturing.
Meanwhile British model Iskra Lawrence looked every inch the fairytale princess at the InStyle After party in a timeless $1,195 (£940) ice blue gown from the label.