75th Golden Globes Red Carpet Fashion Review

Female attendees stand out while also standing in solidarity
Attendees of the 75th annual Golden Globes redefined the little black dress, changing the game of red carpet fashion.

Several women walked the red carpet at the Beverly Hills Hotel wearing black in honor of the Time’s Up protest to end gender injustices of today.

Tarana Burke, Founder of the #MeToo movement, made an appearance alongside Michelle Williams. Burke dressed in a one-shoulder gown adorned with sequence from head to toe. Her black, chunky bracelet was minimal but bold.

Williams wore an off-the-shoulder, floor-length gown with a slit that showed off her simple, strappy heels.


The one-and-only Sarah Jessica Parker took the audience back to her days as Carrie Bradshaw in a tea-length Dolce & Gabbana dress.

The gown had a dramatic peek of lace at its center with a bright diamond pendant sitting at the waistline. She proudly wore a pair of pointy heels from her very own SJP collection.

Parker says she was proud to participate in the movement along with many other women. 

“It speaks to the appetite, the climate that exists,” Parker says to E! News. “This is a conversation that, as complicated as it is, seems to be welcomed by everybody.”

Salma Hayek, a Time’s Up leader, accompanied Co-Founder, Ashley Judd, on the carpet. Her Ralph & Russo Couture gown represented simple elegance with its long sleeves and flowing shape.

The women, who both accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct, joined hands as they made their way to the ceremony.

Kate Hudson, the night’s first winner, wore a Valentino gown with a plunging neckline. Hudson’s sheer, textured train displayed a bodysuit underneath.

She decorated the ensemble with diamond earrings and a pendant necklace. Her bold blonde pixie, styled by David Babaii, according to Popsugar, was styled with waves and a black headband.


Mary J. Blige walked the carpet in a one-shoulder, velvet gown by Alberta Ferretti. The asymmetric design of the dress was emphasized by a mesh, silver sleeve that stood as an accessory on its own.


Blige spoke of her nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Mudbound for which she played the mother of the Jackson family. The family faces a series of racist and economic hardships as the movie is set during World War II. 

“It’s a beautiful thing,” Blige says to E!. “It was such a release – so liberating. This character actually set me free in a lot of ways.”

Emma Stone accompanied tennis legend Billie Jean King to the Globes wearing a Louis Vuitton lace dress. Her one shoulder and high-low hemline showed off the gown’s sequin accents.

Her makeup highlighted her emerald green eyes and added a pop of color with a striking violet tone spread across her lips.

King worked a black dress suit decorated with a dainty pearl necklace and a pair of earrings. Her makeup also added a dash of color to the look with a classic red lip.


The 2018 Golden Globes changed the game of red carpet fashion. The variety and intricacy of each little black dress allowed every woman to stand out even as she stood in solidarity.

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