Emma Corrin’s bespoke Golden Globes gown is being raffled for charity
While awards season has looked very different this year, with many of the screen’s biggest stars attending virtually amid the pandemic, there have still been some stand-out sartorial moments. One that delighted the fashion crowd was the romantic Miu Miu gown worn by Emma Corrin for the Golden Globes last month – which The Crown star has now donated to a charity raffle.
Corrin triumphed at the awards in the ‘Best Actress – Television Series Drama’ category for bringing Diana, Princess of Wales to life on screen, portraying the late royal in Season 4 of The Crown. She donned a suitably regal, custom-made dress for the occasion; a velvet, jewel-studded Miu Miu confection with a whimsical white ruff collar. Twinkling Cartier jewels and bold eyeliner completed the striking effect.
Now Harper’s Bazaar reports that the gown is to be sold in a charity raffle in aid of The Survivors Trust, an umbrella agency for specialist services helping victims of rape and sexual abuse in the UK. Corrin told the magazine: ‘It’s a very strange thing, that so much work is put into creating a custom outfit for one evening, albeit an amazing occasion… I wanted the outfit to keep on giving and with the raffle it means that it wasn’t just made for one evening – it will make a difference and give a charity the money it needs to provide crucial help.’