Jessica Chastain Is a Goddess in a Sheer Spiderweb Gown at the Golden Globes

Jessica Chastain made a stunning appearance at this year's Golden Globes. The Miss Sloane actress made a grand entrance at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles, where

she glowed in a structural, semi-sheer gown by Oscar de la Renta. Styled by Elizabeth Stewart, the intricate strapless dress was adorned with crystals, which were sewn onto the

nude-tone bodice in a spiderweb pattern that began at her waist and extended up to the semicircular neckline and all the way down the column skirt. The star let the dazzling

piece do the talking, skipping accessories, except for an array of Gucci rings. She completed the look with a pair of sparkling champagne-toned platform heels by Casadei and a

matching crystal-adorned mask, and wore her red hair slicked back in a simple bun. Tonight, the Oscar winner is nominated for Best Actress in a Limited Series or Motion

Picture Made for Television, for portraying country music artist Tammy Wynette in the miniseries George & Tammy. She was also nominated last year, for her Oscar-winning role

in the biopic The Eyes of Tammy Faye. In a 2021 interview, the actress opened up about her love of fashion as a form of self-expression. "I love fashion because—and

this is a strange thing to say—I 'm very sensitive, and I can get overstimulated... I 'm very open and closed. If I 'm wearing yellow, I feel it. If I 'm wearing a suit, I feel

it. I feel the energy of what I 'm wearing," she said at the time. "I don't know how to describe it, but each outfit that I have the opportunity to wear makes me feel like a

different kind of woman."