#WhyWeWearBlack was the most popular hashtag last night, and obviously the burning question of the moment. So what could have made all the A-List actors align and go back to black all together on The 75th annual Golden Globe’s red carpet? Well, in two words: women empowerment. In a few more words: #TIMESUP, Time’s up on silence, on waiting and tolerating discrimination. Gathered along by the statement of solidarity against sexual harassment and abuse, the most talked-about women in Hollywood have managed to turn the focus from the usual to something more profound. So who pulled the statement better than everyone else? Check out our own personal faves…
Zoe Kravitz in Saint Lauren
Embroidered with emerald statement-earrings by Lorraine Schwartz as a symbol of hope (yes, emerald was also mentioned in the memo), some edgy tatts, bold-red lips, eyebrows to-die-for and a stylish pixie hairdo – Zoe Kravitz portrays once again the role of one cool actress in Hollywood.
Jessica Biel in Dior
According to Netflix she may be a sinner but based on her amazing red carpet look, Jessica Biel is totally a saint.
Christina Hendricks in Christian Siriano
It’s quite a challenge to stand out while wearing black, but we can always trust Christina Hendricks to spice things up.
Millie Bobby Brown in Calvin Klein
Never skipping a chance to dress-to-impress, Millie Bobby Brown is killing us softly with this total look.
Reese Witherspoon in Zac Posen
She may have lost the Golden Globe to her colleague Nicole Kidman, but Reese Witherspoon definitely won it on the red carpet.
Gal Gadot in Tom Ford
Our favorite superhero never stops on style. Gal, we love you!