Condé Nast partners with Time’s Up and eBay to host charity auction benefiting the initiative's Legal Defense Fund.
Helen Mirren arrives at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards in L.A. on Jan. 7. Can women dress sexy and still make a powerful feminist statement? While she lost out to Lady Bird’s Saoirse Ronan, she didn’t expect to be giving an acceptance speech going in — which is one of the reasons she had such a good time.
Israeli actress Gal Gadot, star of the 2017 "Wonder Woman" movie, wore an Elie Saab dress to the National Board of Review gala on Jan. 9, sparking outrage from some Arabs.
Days after the actress wore black to the Golden Globes to support sexual harassment and assault victims, Meryl Streep hit the red carpet in a black tuxedo.
Both women have undergone massive career and personal growth, and neither is now in a relationship with Pitt. Yet, here we are. Why do we still care?
Actresses Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston both attended Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards, sparking speculation as to whether or not the two famous exes of Brad Pitt would actually interact.
Maisie Williams may not have been at the Golden Globes, but that doesn't mean she didn't have an awesome night. SEE ALSO: Here's what Ariana Grande texted Millie Bobby Brown before the Golden Globes On Monday, while various celebrities were sharing their awards show memories and after-party snaps, everyone's favourite Game of Thrones badass posted this: I could not attend the golden globes this year. Instead, I took this weekend as an opportunity to fulfil all my hopes and dreams by dressing up as my idol, Coraline. Don't @ me #coralineandwybie #DONTEVENTHINKABOUTGOINGOUTSIDECORALINEJONES A post shared by Maisie Williams (@maisie_williams) on Jan 8, 2018 at 4:22am PST She clearly doesn't need an awards show after-party to get over half a million likes. WATCH: Seth Meyers slays Golden Globes monologue then gives women the mic
On Monday night, Ivanka Trump joined the conversation about Oprah Winfrey’s speech, praising it in a tweet and seemingly signaling her support for Time’s Up. Not everyone on Twitter welcomed Ivanka’s comments.
Like her estranged husband Harvey Weinstein, Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman was an “elephant not in the room” at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards. No celebrity dared to wear a dress by the designer on the red carpet.
The hottest accessory in town is a Time's Up pin worn by celebs at the Golden Globes, which is for sale for only $12 and raises money to provide legal support to women and men who have experienced sexual harassment, assault, or abuse in the workplace.
One of the high points of Oprah's rousing speech was when she related the story of Recy Taylor and her battle for justice after a vicious attack in 1944.
In addition to the striking contrast they provided to so many black gowns, the emeralds worn by stars like Zoë Kravitz and Debra Messing carried a message.
It wasn't just the Golden Globes show-goers wearing the color and sharing their #WhyWeWearBlack stories. Stars who watched the show from home, at viewing parties, or even their sickbed (get well soon, Anne Hathaway and Amy Schumer!) showed solidarity by posting photos of their black on social media.
Oprah's Golden Globes speech was so presidential in delivery and meaning, it left social media wondering if she might run, and debating whether she should.
One of the fascinating things about attending the Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton Hotel versus watching it on TV is being able to watch the stars interact.
The 75th Golden Globes was a night of big statements, from #MeToo to Time’s Up. Kidman has two biological daughters with her husband Keith Urban. According to HBO's Going Clear, Cruise only committed fully to the church once Kidman was out of his life.
While some male attendees spoke out about the issue when asked about it on the red carpet, not a single man who won an award saw fit to specifically mention the issues or movements, such as Time's Up or Me Too, in his acceptance speech.
In light of the Time's Up movement, which celebrities marked by wearing all black to the 2018 Golden Globes, one wonders: Why can't smart women love fashion and be activists for change?