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Meet the three women who refused to wear black to the Golden Globes – and why

Model Barbara Meier at the Golden Globes last night

The only two ways to guarantee yourself a spot on the inexorable ‘worst-dressed’ lists at this year’s Golden Globes? Wear any colour other than black, or wear Marchesa, the label designed by Harvey Weinstein’s now-estranged wife Georgina Chapman, which numerous actresses claimed they were forced to parade over the years by the film producer, or face threats of funding cuts to their projects.

Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Angelina Jolie and dozens more of the most powerful women in Hollywood wore exclusively black dresses on the red carpet last night, putting on a united front for the Time’s Up campaign, and rallying to end the run of sexual abuse, harassment, and misuse of power within the industry.

Three women, however, abstained, with each giving a different reason as to why they were wearing colour on the first big night of 2018’s awards season.

The first, and perhaps...

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