The Golden Globes are always a glittering affair, but with more and more Irish stars tripping down the red carpet each year, the awards ceremonies have become one of our favourite times of the year.
Saoirse Ronan, Ruth Negga and Caitriona Balfe of Outlander have been regulars for the past couple of years, but this year even more familiar faces dazzled on the red carpet.
Ronan, who stars in Greta Gerwig's celebrated adaptation of Little Women and is nominated in the Best Actress category, stunned in a slinky custom Celine gown entirely covered in crystals, featuring a draping neckline, thigh-high slit and open back.
Always one to dazzle on the red carpet, Ronan pulled out the big guns for the first awards show of the season, with trusted stylist Elizabeth Saltzman creating a look that is at once both simple and daring. Finished with a pair of strappy silver heels, the Carlow native looked radiant.
With her hair worn longer than usual and swept into an elegant side parting, Ronan looked elegant and modern. Her makeup, by artist Kara Yoshimoto Bua, emphasised her piercing blue eyes with soft brown eyeshadow and kept her porcelain skin bare and pearlescent.
Andrew Scott, who was nominated for his now-iconic role as the "Hot Priest" in Fleabag, stepped out in a bold ensemble, featuring a white suit jacket, black trousers, black cummerbund and - our favourite detail - a gold bowtie, looking every inch the Hollywood A-lister and dazzling alongside his fellow Irish stars.
The Irish star - best known for his role in Sherlock and on the stage in Dublin and London - also added the accessory of choice for many men this year, a black cummerbund, adding a touch of retro flair to his bold look.
Pierce Brosnan looked dapper in a chic black suit, flanked by his sons Paris and Dylan, who have the honour this year of being Golden Globe Ambassador, the first brothers to do so. The James Bond star also debuted a striking new look, walking the red carpet with a moustache and goatee combination so impeccably groomed that even Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness would say "yes, honey".