Golden Globes 2018: Why nominees are wearing black in protest on the red carpet
The Golden Globes 2018 will take place in Los Angeles on January 7, 2018.
The awards, which present accolades to film and television shows and stars, is the 75th incarnation of the ceremony and will be hosted by Seth Meyers.
The night is usually full of glamour with stars opting to wear stunning gowns and dapper suits. However, fashion fans might notice something a little different at this year’s ceremony.
A number of stars have pledged to wear black as a form of protest against sexual harassment.
In December People reported that a number of high profile women are planning to wear only black at the awards to protest sexual misconduct in the entertainment industry.
This came after allegations were made against Harvey Weinstein in October.
Now a number of Hollywood’s men are said to be standing in solidarity with their female counterparts at the yearly awards show.
Dwayne Johnson, Tom Hiddleston and Armie Hammer will all be wearing black to protest sexual harassment, their stylist has revealed.
“YES the men WILL be standing in solidarity with women on this wearing all-black movement to protest against gender inequality at this year’s Golden Globes.
“At least ALL MY GUYS will be,” stylist Ilaria Urbinanti wrote on Instagram.
Ilaria Urbinati has worked with countless huge names in the film and TV industries, including Margot Robbie, Elle Fanning and Laura Dern.
She has also style Ryan Reynolds, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck in commercial campaigns.
It is thought that another stylist, Karla Welch, may be following Ilaria’s lead. She posted a cryptic emoji message under the her Instagram post, with a heart and a black circle.
Welch styles Tracee Ellis Ross, Olivia Wilde, Elisabeth Moss and Sarah Paulson.
What are the Golden Globe 2018 nominations? Films nominated include Dunkirk and The Post, and best performance in a motion picture nominees include Daniel Day-Lewis, Meryl Streep and Jessica Chastain.
Best drama series could go to The Crown or Stranger Things, and those nominated for the best performance in a drama include Elisabeth Moss, Claire Foy and Catherine Langford for 13 Reasons Why.