If you watched the Golden Globes, you saw the sea of black that overwhelmed the red carpet as part of the Time’s Up movement to symbolize equality for all. Powerful male and female voices spoke up against sexual harassment and made this 75th anniversary much more than just another awards show.
Fashion was a key component in helping to raise awareness for this campaign. Although the women were wearing the same color, their dresses were all unique. We want to highlight some of our favorite necklines sported by these fabulous and influential ladies over 50. Which one do you love?Allison Janney, 58, won the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her work in I, Tonya. She rocked this Mario Dice scoop neck cutout gown with white detailing.Laura Dern, 50, took home the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-Series for her role in Big Little Lies. She was glowing in an Armani mesh v-neck dress. Nicole Kidman, 50, also took home an award for Best Actress in a Mini-Series for Big Little Lies. She was jaw-dropping in a Givenchy high-neck lace gown spotted with sequins. Although not nominated for an award, Sarah Jessica Parker, 52, presented in a beautiful Dolce and Gabbana lace-sleeved and satin dress with a corset-like top. Halle Berry, 51, was also a presenter and looked stunning in a Zuhair Murad plunging v-neck short lace dress. Oprah, 63, won the Cecil B. DeMille award for her extraordinary contributions to the entertainment industry. She wore a gorgeous Atelier Versace off-the-shoulder gown but the real show stopper was her incredible acceptance speech.