If you thought black was boring then think again!
Men and Women hit the Golden Globes red carpet wearing black in support of the Times Up movement. And while (almost) everyone stood in solidarity, there were a few fashion standouts that parted ways from the pack … and a few that stood out for all the wrong reasons. Here’s our roundup of those who were Hot and those who were Bothered.
Zoe Kravitz rarely disappoints and tonight was no exception. This sleek Saint Laurent black velvet dress, with show stopping emerald earrings, was simply stunning.
Viola Davis also stunned in a similar look that was simple and velvet, but taken up a notch with her beautiful crown of natural hair.
And speaking of crowns, Tracee Ellis Ross adorned one that had everyone talking.
Insecure star Isaa Rae went full glam in this Prabal Gurung look that let her leg get all the shine.
Gurung was also the designer of choice for Kerry Washington, and while the dress was a yes, the shoe was a nope.
So, Ms. Pope wasn’t ncessarily hot or bothered, but Kendall Jenner was unfortunately the latter. KJ went full out in this full gown and while the Giambattista Valli look isn’t bad, we’ve seen Rihanna do this before and much better… so yes, we’re bothered.
We’re also bothered by Laurence Fishburne. He’s our only guy on the list and for good reason … just look at his outfit.
Heidi Klum is usually a crowd favorite but this high/low frock may get more jeers than cheers.
Oh, and below is a bonus. These two chick just decided to go against the grain all together … all for attention (so they shall remain nameless).
What do you think ? Did the fashion at the Golden Globes kill it or miss the mark? Make sure to let us know in the comment section below.
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