Everyone Got It Right, Everyone Got It Wrong: How Hollywood Tackled The Golden Globes Black Dress Code

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When in doubt, wear black. So goes one of the oldest style adages of them all. But for Hollywood’s Golden Globes-attending women what should have been one of the simplest dress codes turned out to be more complex than any of them could have imagined.

They were protesting sexual harassment with their sombre (but also very chic) choice of hue, yet confusion reigned as to what the exact messaging of the fashion blackout was meant to be.

“This is a moment of solidarity not a fashion moment,” Eva Longoria had insisted earlier in the week. “This time the industry can’t expect us to go up and twirl around.” Meanwhile, on the red carpet, Catherine Zeta Jones declared: “'The dress code didn't say anything about not looking our best.' Clearly, opinion was so divided on what being’ best-dressed’ or ‘worst-dressed’ actually meant in this new post-Weinstein era that everyone got it right and everyone got it wrong.

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Source : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/events/everyone-got-right-everyone-got-wrong-hollywood-tackled-golden/

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