Published: Mon, January 08, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Here's who didn't wear black to the Golden Globes

Here's who didn't wear black to the Golden Globes

It's the fact that the 36-year-old Watsonville-born actress chose to defy the all-black dress code that had been encouraged for female attendees as a way to show support for the Time's Up anti-sexual harassment initiative.

"I love red", the actress explained.

"It hurts my feelings, but I guess it's part of being in our industry", said Blanco. She revealed that she had "a full anxiety attack" after a dress fitting for a past Golden Globes, when she was a nominee.

In fact, it was Reese who approached stylist and costume designer Arianne Phillips - known for her work on the Kingsman films and Madonna's concert tours - about designing a pin at a Time's Up meeting in December.

She continued the post with her reasoning to "dress up a little more sexy", and noted that she believes by not doing so "because some men can't control themselves" is "a huge step back in my opinion".

Salma Hayak showed her fans she commited to wearing black at the award show by posting a video strutting down the hall alongside, Ashley Judd. "You must dress a certain way and look a certain way if you want to be valued as a woman no matter what you do for a living or who you are", she wrote.

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"That was not the idea". "I would not think of just going naked".

After finishing college in Washington State, she returned to California, specifically to Los Angeles to pursue her dream of being a movie or TV star.

"A lot of women will wear black tonight in support of the Time's Up moment!"

In India, one doesn't wear black to an event that is otherwise suppose to be about celebration, she said.

Also not in black was Meher Tatna, the president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Blanco has not commented on her decision to wear red. It was their way of supporting the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment and Time's Up, a campaign that helps provide legal aid for victims of sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace.

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