Saoirse Ronan walked the red carpet at the 19th Annual Hollywood Film Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., Sunday in a gold number.

Saoirse Ronan’s Gold Look

Ronan, 21, donned a gold lame Lanvin dress from the resort 2016 collection for the Hollywood Film Awards event. The dress was styled with a cream-colored blouse, which was also by Lanvin. On her feet, Ronan wore a pair of black suede heels.

On the red carpet, Ronan posed with Ryan Gosling, who presented her with the New Hollywood Award for her turn in Brooklyn at the ceremony.

During his speech, Gosling gave the assembled crowd a tutorial in how to pronounce Ronan’s first name.

“There was a little controversy in giving her this award and no it wasn’t how to pronounce her name, although since we’re all here, I though we could just go over it,” Gosling said. “It’s not Say-or-see or Seer-say or Sor-cery but it probably should be…it’s Ser-sha like inertia.”

Gosling then went on to tout Ronan’s impressive body of work, which could have kept her out of the running for the New Hollywood Award. “She’s barely 21, she’s already done close to that many films. I was a child actor too…I was a back up dancer for my Elvis impersonating uncle and she was nominated for an Academy Award,” Gosling joked before adding, “Her performance in her new film, Brooklyn, is so powerful and so beautiful, she just had to be awarded with something.”

In Brooklyn, Ronan stars as Irish immigrant Eilis Lacey, who falls in love with the Italian-American Tony (Emory Cohen) in 1950s New York City. However, when family matters bring her back to Ireland, she can also see her life with charming local boy Jim (Domhnall Gleeson).

Brooklyn hits theaters Nov. 4.