Earlier this year, we deemed the red carpet at the Golden Globes the "most glittery of all time." Indeed, it looks like the fashion at next year's ceremony will be less about the sparkle and pizzazz, and more about the political statements.
Actors like Meryl Streep have already committed to wearing black on the red carpet at the glitzy event. The somber hue will symbolically stand as a statement against sexual harassment in the film industry, which was a highly visible topic throughout the last months of 2017 in light of the sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein and others in Hollywood.
It's not just women who will stand up for the cause. Earlier this month, stylist Ilaria Urbinati made it clear that all "her guys" would be wearing black to the ceremony as well. The fashion pro styles the likes of Dwayne Johnson, Armie Hammer, and Tom Hiddleston. Johnson even responded to his stylist's Instagram post with a comment that read: "yes we will."
According to The Hollywood Reporter, showrooms all over Los Angeles are stocking up on black clothing in preparation for the event. "Every request we've received thus far has been for black," one publicist noted.
Another Hollywood stylist, Michael Fisher, told the publication that he envisions a total blackout in terms of fashion choices on the red carpet. "I think the majority of men are going to go safe in a black suit with a white shirt so no one's going to look the odd man out," he said.
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