Fashion highlights from the sea of black at Golden Globes

Fashion highlights from the sea of black at Golden Globes

Fashion highlights from the sea of black at Golden Globes

More than 300 women in the entertainment industry banded together recently to found a reform initiative of that name in solidarity with the "Me Too" movement that exploded after the fall of Harvey Weinstein and dozens of other men accused of sexual misconduct.

She continued, "Shaming is part of the problem". The Latin actress said that she supports the Times Up movement despite her not wearing black at the awards.

Although some fans are saying they missed the memo, Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Meher Tatna had a good reason as to why she skipped on the code. Daniel Kaluuya of "Get Out" wore a tux from Gucci with a Time's Up pin on his lapel.

Meier concluded her thoughts: "We should not have to wear black to be taken serious". She wore a bright red embellished dress and overcoat, telling The Associated Press ahead of the awards presentation that the Time's Up moment "has given a voice to women that need to speak up and HFPA is 60 percent women, you know, and we are all onboard, all supportive".

On Sunday night, the Golden Globes red carpet was littered with stars wearing black, but one thing was particularly significant, eight prominent female activists walked the red carpet in the company of some big name stars to help shine more light on what they have been doing in the gender equality arena.

Alison Brie, nominated for her Netflix wrestling show "Glow", wore a long, dramatic strapless top with a sweetheart neckline and trousers underneath. She spoke to Refinery29 about her dress, which received a lot of criticism. I love you, Mom!

From Catherine Zeta Jones, Chris Hemsworth, Alicia Vikander, Kendall Jenner, Mariah Carey and Jessica Chastain to Nicole Kidman, Kit Harington, Mandy Moore, Heidi Klum and more - most stars stuck to the all-black dress, which robbed the red carpet of colour but not goal. I applaud and stand by the courageous actresses that continue to break the cycle of abuse through their actions and fashion style choices. "I am excited about the #TimesUp movement; true change is long overdue", Blanco said in an interview. The HFPA is 60 per cent women, we'll have our stories. Just like it is our nature.

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