The Hollywood star supported the dress code total black and called to fight for their rights.
In California, the 75th ceremony of awarding the Golden Globe Award for services in the field of cinema and television was held. The famous Beverly Hilton hotel has gathered a huge number of star guests including Catherine Zeta-Jones, Penelope Cruz, Reese Witherspoon, Jessica Chestane, Margot Robbie, Heidi Klum, Alicia Vikander, Halle Berry, Emilia Clark and Diane Kruger. Virtually all the participants and guests of the ceremony chose outfits of exclusively black color.
Thus, they opposed sexual harassment and violence in the cinema. As you know, these topics are now actively discussed in Hollywood. Among those who supported the idea of such an informal dress code, was Andzhdelina Jolie. The actress wore a long black dress, decorated with original insets of feathers from Atelier Versace. The star, shortly before the ceremony, issued a statement: "We must fight for our rights and not be afraid to tell the truth." Recall that because of the outbreak of a scandal involving Harvey Weinstein, the media space has been swept up by a large-scale struggle for women's rights against sexual harassment.