Golden Globes 2018: The Statement

A sea of black to stand in solidarity, makeup to honor a movement and pins to make a statement swept the red carpet

By The LifeMinute Team

January 8, 2018

The biggest red carpet trend at the 75th Annual Golden Globes was to make a statement and celebs did so with their fashion choices, makeup, even their guests. Leading ladies and men alike took part in the #whywewearblack campaign and donned pins to support the Time's Up movement to stand in solidarity with victims of sexual assault, and harassment.

Even Emma Stone's makeup (emerald green eyeshadow and pink lip) was reportedly a nod to the women's suffragette movement.

Other ways of showing solidarity, bringing female activists as their guests.

Among them, Emma Stone who was accompanied by Billie Jean King, the tennis legend and activist that she portrays in "Battle of the Sexes."

Susan Sarandon brought Rosa Clemente, a journalist who campaigns for media justice.

Michelle William's arrived with Tarana Burke, the founder of the #metoo movement.

and Laura Dern attended with Mnica Ramrez, co-founder of Alianza Nacional de Campesinas, and dedicated to ending violence against women, particularly farmworkers.

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