Golden Globes 2018: Noir Looks

 

 

The Golden Globe Awards 2018 Recap

Glitz and glamour walked the red carpet as celebrities arrived to the 75th Annual Golden Globes Awards last night in Beverley Hills. 
 
This year, in support to those in attendance exclusively wore black in solidarity with the brave victims who’ve come forth with allegations of sexual misconduct. To make even more of a statement, many actresses brought an activist as their date – including Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and Meryl Steep who arrived with Ai-Jen Poo. 
 
For the first time, activism and glamor met for an empowered moment in the fashion community.
View the top noir looks:
1. Zoe Kravitz 
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Nicholas Velvet Jumpsuit, $750
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Caitriona Balfe
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Saloni Grace Dress, $650

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Greta Gerwig

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A.L.C. Theo Dress, $265 $159
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Zuri Hall
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self-portrait Beaded Sequin Midi Dress, $580 $348

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self-portrait Crosshatch Panelled Midi Dress, $615 $430

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Connie Britton
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MISA Los Angeles Champagne Velvet Sweatshirt, $282
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Tracee Ellis Ross
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Sea Shoulder Bow Dress, $445 $267
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Zimmermann Maples Bow Mini Dress, $740 $518

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Zimmermann Flounce Picnic Dress, $445 $267
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LoveShackFancy Pamela Dress, $445 $267
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Zimmermann Sueded One Shoulder Dress, $630 $378

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Halle Berry – Sheer Elegance
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LoveShackFancy Virginia Dress, $295 $177

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LoveShackFancy Francesca Dress$445 $267

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Last but not least, the three daring ladies who chose to wear color: Meher Tatna (left), Barbara Meier (middle), and Blanca Blanco (right):
image source: Daily Express
Read on why they opted out of the all-black dress code, here.
 
To view the complete list of winners and nominees of this year’s awards ceremony, view here via The Golden Globes website.
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