The Golden Globes were full of questionable choices, but none of them were from co-host Sandra Oh (shown here with fellow host Andy Samberg, whose tuxedo is unexciting but perfectly acceptable). Oh, who not only hosted the show but was a Globe winner (for "Killing Eve"), wore three different gowns: an elegant, asymmetrical white Versace for the red carpet, a playful white-and-silver Stella McCartney for the program's second half, and my favorite: this red tuxedo dress for the show's opening, also by Versace. I love the menswear detailing (lapels! cuff buttons!), the impeccable fit, the subtly elegant swoosh of sequins across the front, and that glorious color, which Oh's stylist said was inspired by a view of poppies from Oh's window that the actress loves.