The 75th Golden Globes anniversary was going to be a big event, and wow did it deliver. With the #TimesUp movement bound to make a ripple in the proceedings, the much anticipated night was a first for everyone attending and further viewing from the comfort of their own homes.The TimesUp movement supports all women, all across the country, in all fields, who had experienced harassment, discrimination or abuse. Basically, the campaign created by a wonderful collation of celebrities was going to be the highlight of the night, not taking precedent but definitely changing the course of future award ceremonies. And this all took place on the 7th of this January, on a Sunday night, with the red carpet filled with a sea of black the epitome of a silent, yet fierce demonstration- with black being the ceremonious colour for the TimesUp campaign. Many suits, were also branded with the badge of TimesUp, in condolence with the movement to support women, and yeah it was pretty unique.
So let’s go through the best looks from the evening and further commemorate monumental moments that occurred on that very night.
Viola Davis decided to go with a natural hairstyle, adorned with lavish jewellery and in a Brandon Maxwell dress. Wearing her Stuart Weitzman shoes with Tyler Ellis bag, she killed it.
Kerry Washington wore her Prabal Gurung dress, that was filled with sparkles as well as being strapless made this stunner look even more stunning (if that is possible).
Zuri Hall decided to go with a cute high neckline, but contrary played with a spotted over, lay tiered skirt.
Issa Rae in again Prabal Gurung and paired with Stuart Weitzman shoes, the plunging neckline and high slit made this look more daring when in black.
Sterling .K Brown from the television series This is Us, was nominated and officially won the Golden Globe for Best Actor – Television Drama, and wow he deserved it.
Though the highlight of the night, was the Cecil B. De Mille Award, which this year was awarded to the woman we all know and love, Oprah Winfrey. Her speech was filled with emotion, power and a force for change. Say no more, the link is below!
As of Monday morning after the Golden Globes, the funds for the TimesUp movement had raised more than $16 million with help from more than 14,000 people in 18 days.
What a great event, that will surely be one for the ages.
By Rhianne Cottam-Starkey