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Golden Globes Best Dressed

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Eliza Concepcion
8 Jan
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There may be a lack of colour on the red carpet this year, but the message behind the movement reads loud. Recognising the best in film and television, the Golden Globe Awards are normally a night for celebrities to show off their boldest looks. But in reaction to the revelations of recent months, this year was an opportunity to show support for the TIME'S UP campaign and highlight sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace.

Hundreds of celebrities backed the protest by dressing in black and wearing the TIME'S UP badge, and these looks were the standouts.

News
|8 Jan|4 mins

Golden Globes Best Dressed

Notice a theme?
Eliza Concepcion
8 Jan
Share:

There may be a lack of colour on the red carpet this year, but the message behind the movement reads loud. Recognising the best in film and television, the Golden Globe Awards are normally a night for celebrities to show off their boldest looks. But in reaction to the revelations of recent months, this year was an opportunity to show support for the TIME'S UP campaign and highlight sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace.

Hundreds of celebrities backed the protest by dressing in black and wearing the TIME'S UP badge, and these looks were the standouts.

Katherine Langford Golden Globes. Image via Getty

For her first-ever Golden Globes event, the homegrown 13 Reasons Why star turned heads in an elegant long-sleeved gown accessorised with celestial jewels.

Chris Hemsworth Golden Globes. Image via Getty

Steering away from the obvious tux, the Thor actor made his mark with an all-black jacquard suit, an unbuttoned black silk shirt, and showed his support with the TIME'S UP badge.

Zuri Hall Golden Globes. Image via Getty

The American TV personality chose a daring sheer black gown to show her support, and made a further statement with metallic blue eyeshadow.

David Harbour Golden Globes. Image via Getty

We reckon the US actor should have taken home the Man of the Year award, if not for his Stranger Things role then for his dapper all-black suit.

Norman Lear and Rita Moreno Golden Globes. Image via Getty

Legendary television writer and producer Norman Lear and talented friend Rita Moreno proved that #friendshipgoals come at any age. Their matching suits and ties were the most stylish protest.

Amy Poehler and Saru Jayaraman Golden Globes. Image via Getty

We loved that Amy Poehler, the leader of the Smart Girls campaign, invited Saru Jayaraman, the co-president of ROC-United as her red carpet date. Saru accessorised her simple black dress with the biggest statement earrings of the year.

The cause doesn’t stop at the red carpet, everyone is encouraged to wear black in solidarity and regram with the hashtags #TimesUp and #WhyWeWearBlack.

Eliza Concepcion
Fashion Editor
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