Video and close ups of the outfits designs and the flash to add a little extra sparkle! enjoy! ✨🖤 (music in bg: something just like this- coldplay) #timesup #75thgoldenglobes
Fashion sketches inspired by the 75th golden globes awards and the #timesup
movement!! i wanted to play around with the black color and the elegance and power and it can bring to a design and how it can make anything look simple yet beautiful! i also played around with the gold and glitter to make it shine and sparkle which i loved seeing on the red carpet in the outfits many stars were wearing ✨✨🖤 #75thgoldenglobes
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On the 7th January 2018 women of Hollywood united in black at the 75th Golden Globe Awards in support of "Time's Up". Time's Up was founded by nearly 400 women in the entertainment industry in an open letter which vows to address sexual harassment and assault in the workplace. Signatories include Ashley Judd, Alyssa Milano and Rose McGowan, who were among those recognised as the "Silence Breakers" awarded Time's Person of the Year 2017. The organisation's Legal Defence Fund, which provides women seeking legal justice with financial support, has already reached over $15million. Eight actresses invited prominent female activists to accompany them on the red carpet. Michelle Williams attended the event with Tarana Burke, creator of the Me Too movement. Emma Watson was accompanied by Marai Larasi, director of the feminist organisation Imkaan which works to end violence against minority women and girls. She is also a cochair of the End Violence Against Women Coalition. Later while presenting the award for best director alongside Ron Howard, Natalie Portman made the glorious remark "and here are the all-male nominees" prompting an audible gasp from the gathered celebrities. Oprah Winfrey not only became the first black female to be awarded the Cecil B. deMille Award but also gave a truly moving speech. "Speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have. And I'm especially proud and inspired by all the women who have felt strong enough and empowered enough to speak up and share their personal stories." The outstanding orator went on to say "We all have lived too many years in a culture broken by brutally powerful men. For too long women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men. But their time is up."
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