Even though all actresses rocked the colour black at the Golden Globes red carpet, they still managed to set themselves apart with the uniqueness of their silhouettes, cuts, shapes and sizes. The red carpet was swarming with glamorous fashion moments, and we’ve picked out all the hottest looks of the nights for you to see.
Many leading actors and actresses graced the red carpet of the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards in black to bring awareness to the horrid plague of sexual harassment and abuse that is rampant in Hollywood. Despite wearing the same colour, each celebrity managed to stand out with the variations of their designs, shapes, cuts, and silhouettes, giving us an eyeful of beguilingly gorgeous haute couture. You can feast your eyes on all the hottest moments from the Golden Globe Awards on January 7 from our exclusively-prepared gallery!
The red carpet was hosted by E! News and no celebrity was asked to reveal the name of the designer they chose to wear, but instead, they were asked to describe their reasons for coming out in black at such a prestigious event. We had the pleasure of hearing such thoughtful and beautifully worded answers. Talented actresses like Emma Watson and Meryl Streep used the red carpet as a medium to speak up for women’s right and shout out against sexual harassment.
Allison Williams graced the red carpet in a gorgeous black sequined gown with a slash of orange peeping from the top. Kelly Clarkson stunned us all in a beautiful black ball gown featuring gold sleeves, while Catherine Zeta Jones flaunted a strikingly bold sheer Zuhair Murad dress with an audaciously bold low-cut. Mandy Moore rocked a black halter dress and cinched up her waist with a chunky red belt. Gal Gadot flaunted a cropped blazer with a figure-hugging dress while Emma Stone looked exquisite in a one-shoulder lacy black gown.
Saoirse Ronan, who was nominated for an award for her splendid work in Lady Bird, flaunted a stunning futuristic dress with sparkly silver accents. She explained why she decided to wear black by saying,
“It is the most important thing, and I’ve never felt so encouraged and inspired and supported to use whatever voice I have and for all of these people, men and women, to be able come together and use their influence and to open up the conversation and raise awareness and support anyone who’s gone through, or anyone that has questioned their safety or their stance when they’re on set — I think it’s invaluable and paramount that this happens now.”
Eva Longoria also had the most beautiful words to share with the New York Times. She said,
“This is a moment of solidarity, not a fashion moment. For years, we’ve sold these awards shows as women, with our gowns and colours and our beautiful faces and our glamour. This time the industry can’t expect us to go up and twirl around. That’s not what this moment is about.”