Best and worst fashions from the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet
Monday - 08/01/2018 07:56
BLACK is back, as the stars on the Golden Globes red carpet support the #metoo movement - but a handful didn’t get the memo.
TODAY’S 2018 Golden Globes red carpet is a sea of black, with celebs using their outfits to send a message to protest against the rampant sexual harassment in the entertainment and other industries.
“We feel emboldened in this particular moment to stand together … in a thick black line,” said Meryl Streep of the collective fashion choice during a red carpet interview.
A slew of A-list actresses have formed the activist group, Time’s Up, and penned an open letter calling attention to harrassment and mistreatment of women across a variety of industries.
In the fashion stakes, black is often regarded as a safe red carpet option — but many stars still found ways to have fun and take risks within the self-imposed wardrobe stricture.
Catherine Zeta-Jones stunned in a daring sheer black floor-length gown:
Christina Hendricks combined a skirt, pants and a velvet top for this eye-catching ensemble:
Kendall Jenner arrived sans Pepsi but with plenty of ruffles:
Viola Davis looked truly fabulous:
X Files star Gillian Anderson - as Agent Dana Scully, one of television’s most iconic redheads - turned heads with her bleached-blonde look:
Kate Hudson teamed her pixie crop cut with a sheer dress plunging almost to her navel:
Any hint of colour stood out amid the sea of black. Stars including singer Kelly Clarkson, The Greatest Showman star Keala Settle and Girls actress Allison Williams all furnished their black outfits with well-chosen splashes of colour:
Jessica Biel’s stunning gown was imbued with nude, cream-coloured tones to offset all that black:
A handful of stars either didn’t get the all-black memo or decided that a colourful outfit would get them noticed at an event that looked for the most part like a high-glam funeral:
Check out all the red carpet looks as the stars arrive in our updated gallery below: