The most powerful people in Hollywood came out for the big awards night unveiling ‘Time’s Up’, a campaign aimed at tackling sexual harassment in the industry which for some time now has been swept under the carpet without any major attention to it.
Bold and beautiful fashionistas for major red carpet events all went in for all-black outfits, hence, turning the red carpet black to clearly affirm their stand on speaking out loud for everyone to be aware and bring power to women of all classes.
Viola Davis and Julius Tennon, Denzel Washington and Pauletta Washington, Octavia Spencer, Raven Goodwin, Susan Kelechi Watson, Kerry Washington, Angelina Jolie, Common, Tracee Ellis Ross, Anthony Anderson and Alvina Stewart, Issa Rae, Mariah Carey, Naomi Campbell, Oprah Winfrey, Mary J. Blige etc. all appeared in black on the red carpet.
Here is how Golden Globe red carpet was turned black:
Mary J. Blige
Anthony Anderson (R) and Alvina Stewart
Tracee Ellis Ross
Susan Kelechi Watson
Denzel Washington and Pauletta Washington
Viola Davis (L) and Julius Tennon
Image Source: Getty Images/Frazer Harrison | Frederick M. Brown | Kevin Winter
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