Cynthia Erivo had the most colourful, and entertaining looks when it came to the 2020 edition of awards season.
Yes she had a lot of gowns, but she had a varied amount of gown when ti came to their style (not all one shouldered for example), plus she also scored the most looks notching up twelve outings.
But were they all successful? For the most part, I would say yes.
Versace may have been her go-to designer during the season, with a tally of four, but my favourite moments from Cynthia came in the two Schiaparelli Haute Couture looks, with the SAG Awards pink and red gown ever so slightly in front, and her Atelier Versace Vanity Oscar party dress a close third place.
The one thing we admired about Cynthia during awards season, and her promo tour for ‘Harriet,’ is that no gown was too big.
She lived by the moto “go bold, go big, or go home,” and we couldn’t get enough of it.
At 5ft 1′ she was not to be denied some of the grandest Haute Couture gowns to hit the runways of Milan and Paris.