The #MeToo movement turns to fashion to make a statement.
The biggest actresses in Hollywood will be whipping out their finest LBDs for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards in protest of the sexual harassment running rampant in the entertainment industry and beyond.
Presenters and nominees attending the award show on Jan. 7 will be displaying their solidarity with victims of sexual harassment, assault and rape by wearing all black, according to People.
People's sources also said the all-black trend may extend through the rest of the 2018 award season.
As recently as Wednesday, Salma Hayek detailed the sexual harassment she allegedly experienced at the hands of disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein in a lengthy op-ed for The New York Times. "For years, he was my monster," she wrote.
She described the "Machiavellian rage" she experienced every time she'd say "no" to Weinstein's sexual advances while filming "Frida" alongside one of Weinstein's first accusers, Ashley Judd. Hayek said he threatened to shut down production unless she "agreed to do a sex scene with another woman" with full-frontal nudity, and that he once told her, "I will kill you. Don't think I can't."
Weinstein is not the only man in Hollywood facing disturbing sexual misconduct allegations, but he was the first in an avalanche of men who have allegedly abused their power and acted inappropriately. Kevin Spacey, filmmaker Brett Ratner, comedian Louis C.K., music producer Russell Simmons, director James Toback and actor Jeffrey Tambor are among the others, while former "Today" anchor Matt Lauer lost his job this fall over what NBC described as "inappropriate sexual behavior" with female colleagues.
The 2018 Golden Globe Awards will be hosted by Seth Meyers and broadcast live on Sunday, January 7 at 8 p.m. on NBC.