This year, a lot of celebrities are using their Golden Globes outfits as a form of protest, opting for black dresses to bring attention to sexual harassment and assault within the entertainment industry and beyond. The red carpet will be more about solidarity than beautiful dresses.
The coordinated effort is part of the TIME'S UP campaign. "The clock has run out on sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace," reads the movement's website. Several stars are also bringing activists as their plus-ones to the award show.
After over 50 women came forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment and rape, there's been a spotlight on similar situations across different industries. A number of high-profile men have been accused of sexual assault and harassment in the past month and a half. View the slideshow to see a list of men who have been accused, as well as the repercussions that many have experienced as a result of their behavior.
If you want to see more red carpet fashion, have you see our picks for the best and worst red carpet looks of 2017 yet? Check them out below!
Was 2017 the best year ever for red carpet fashion? Okay, it might be a little too bold to make that claim, but you have to admit that there were some seriously amazing looks over the course of the year. Celebs pulled out their best dresses for awards shows and premieres, and we actually had a tough time narrowing down this list. Check out the slideshow to see what made the cut! And be sure to share your own thoughts, because some of our choices might be a little controversial.
Celebrities have access to pretty much an endless supply of dresses. And when they're on a major red carpet, they know that people are going to be critiquing their look and scrutinizing every detail. And then on top of that, most of them are actually paying stylists to help them look good. So some of their red carpet choices can be baffling, to say the least. Now that 2017 is over, let's look back on the worst red carpet looks from the year.