#WhyWeWearBlack And The Best Looks Of The 75th Golden Globes | Fashion News
Probably the most political Golden Globes to date, the 75th ceremony was more than just outstanding glamour and luxurious red carpet looks. Most of the celebrities this year chose to show their solidarity with victims of sexual assault and wear only one color outfits – black.
The year of 2017 in film industry will be remembered for the #MeToo movement. Hollywood has been hit by many sexual harassment scandals and famous women have spoken out about their terrible experiences in the industry. It grew to such a huge and important movement around the world that Hollywood’s first award ceremony since the scandals was ruled by the powerful statements – even on the red carpet.
Almost all of the A-list attendees wore all black and many male actors also wore pins supporting the #TimesUp campaign, which fights against sexual harassment and gender inequality. Only a few women chose other colors, including Meher Tatna, who chose red as a festive color in Indian culture, and Barbara Meier, who explained her colorful choice as the women freedom to wear what they want to.
Take a look at some of the best dressed women, who expressed their support of the victims with wearing black:
Angelina Jolie wore Atelier Versace
Emilia Clarke wore Miu Miu
Jessica Biel wore Christian Dior
Kate Hudson wore Valentino
Margot Robbie wore Gucci
Millie Bobby Brown wore Calvin Klein
Nicole Kidman wore Givenchy
Oprah Winfrey wore Atelier Versace
Rachel Brosnahan wore Vionnet
Reese Witherspoon wore Zak Posen and Eva Longoria wore Genny
Saoirse Ronan wore Atelier Versace
Viola Davis wore Brandon Maxwell