It was the most important red carpet we’ve EVER seen. The sea of black outfits and more importantly, what they represented, sent a deafening message to the masses that finally, the tide is changing in Hollywood. And the world.
The stars – both men and women – wore all black to this year’s Golden Globe awards in support and solidarity of gender equality and important movements such as #MeToo and the more recent Time’s Up campaign. Time’s Up, founded by 300 prominent women in the entertainment industry including Reese Witherspoon, Shonda Rimes and Kerry Washington, aims to fight harassment and abuse in the workplace.
For the first time, it wasn’t just “who are you wearing?” that was the big question on the red carpet, rather, “why are you wearing black?” opening doors to important conversations that ALL women need to hear. Simply put, it was the BEST red carpet we’ve ever seen… because black, just like equality and decency, will never go out of style.
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