These Hollywood Celebrities are Auctioning Off Their Golden Globes Outfits for #TimesUp



As we have all noticed, this year’s Golden Globes carried an important message. Many celebrities chose to wear black to show solidarity with survivals of sexual harassment and assault, and to raise awareness to the #TimesUp Movement.

However, it doesn’t end there. The stars, including Reese Witherspoon, Tracee Ellis Ross, Mandy Moore and Nicole Kidman, are putting their red carpet outfits up for auction to benefit the legal defense fund of #TimesUp.

Fatima Goss Graves, the President and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center — who is in charge of the movement’s defense fund — shares that the decision to do so was inspiring. “We’re thrilled that actors and others in the entertainment industry are leading in this extraordinary way to end the scourge of workplace sexual harassment,” shares Graves.

Here is the full list of designers and celebrities who are donating their outfits:

Armani – Laura Dern

Balenciaga – Salma Hayek Pinault

 

#tbt #goldenglobes proudly wearing black #TimesUp

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Brandon Maxwell – Viola Davis

Brioni – Hugh Jackman

 

Off to the @goldenglobes …. #mydebs @greatestshowman

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Calvin Klein – Sarah Paulson

Chanel Haute Couture – Caitriona Balfe

Chloe – Isabelle Huppert 

 

Thank you @nramsaylevi & @chloe for my black dress.

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Diane von Furstenberg – Madeline Brewer

Dior – Michelle Pfeiffer and Elisabeth Moss

Dolce & Gabbana – Sarah Jessica Parker

Givenchy – Nicole Kidman

Gucci – Dakota Johnson, Margot Robbie, Daniel Kaluuya

Louis Vuitton –Alicia Vikander, Michelle Williams, Emma Stone

Marc Jacobs – Tracee Ellis Ross

Monse – Maggie Gyllenhaal

Prabal Gurung – Issa Rae, Kerry Washington

Incredible Issa 🖤. Hilarious and witty in her disposition, resolute in her ideals, Issa Rae is a #pgmuse who radiates beauty from the inside out. It is an honour to have her wear Atelier Prabal Gurung to the impactful 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards, for which she is nominated for Best Actress for her show Insecure. Issa wears the Atelier Prabal Gurung black liquid chiffon deep v gown with gathered sculptural shoulder ruffle and extended back strap. Styled by and with special thanks to @jasonrembert. Email [email protected] to special order Issa’s gown. A percentage of all proceeds will benefit @timesupnow. #pgworld #pgmuse #issarae #timesup #goldenglobes #modernglamour #femininitywithabite #beautywithsubstance

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Prada – Diane Kruger

Oscar de la Renta – Greta Gerwig

Ralph Lauren – Shailene Woodley

i’ve been trying to find the right words for a week now… the right words to accurately describe what this years @goldenglobes meant to me. what it meant to walk that carpet hand in hand with my sister @calinalawrence as she spoke so fearlessly and gracefully about the realities indigenous women live with day in and day out. what it meant to wear responsible jewels from @forevermarkusa who donated a generous amount to @timesupnow. what it meant to witness hundreds of my colleagues & peers wear black in an effort to visually represent the unification of our voices & intentions. what it meant to witness an industry that for so long has been divided by competition, fear, ego, jealousy, comparison (all products of patriarchal conditioning) radically put aside these destructive paradigms in order to unite & heal. what it meant to witness that fiery truth @oprah shared in person while tears streamed down the cheeks of her audience. what it meant to see so many men standing tall & listening earnestly to women who for so long have been silenced-to see them genuinely care to help heal these scars both genders bare. from the week i took to process it all, i suppose i can say this: it meant that my children have a shot at growing up in a world where women, and men, across ALL industries put their seeming differences aside in order to support one another’s healing. it meant that we are learning to remove labels & stand united no matter what cloak we wear. it meant that we are slowly but surely ushering in sacred matriarchy. it meant that we are living in a time where our voices can be used to carry & amplify all those songs our ancestors sung as they too fought their battles & sacrificed their lives for us. it meant that we are realizing, divine love. to all of the artists who won last sunday: congratulations. thank you for moving us to our cores. & to all the people who stood in solidarity (& continue to) in the @timesupnow movement, thank you for your hearts. we’re only at the bottom summit of this mountain called Healing, but hey, we gotta start somewhere. and, this is what we were made for. we were born to do this shit.

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Ralph & Russo – Penelope Cruz

Ronald Van Den Kemp – Emma Watson

Rosie Assoulin – Mandy Moore

#Aboutlastnight THANK YOU for having us again, @goldenglobes. What a night. Enormously proud of our @sterlingkbrown on his historic win for Best Actor! And the groundswell of energy around the #timesup movement was inspiring and empowering. On a fun note, this was my most favorite dress I’ve ever had the good fortune of wearing. Thank you to the gracious and oh so talented, bad-ass that is @rosie_assoulin for my dream dress and the equally incomparable @ireneneuwirth for the insane jewelry. Another huuuuuge debt of gratitude to my remarkable friends and glam wizards: @ecduzit, @itsmatin and @streicherhair. And of course nothing better than getting the chance to spend the evening with my #thisisus family. Oh and #pocketsforlife

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Saint Laurent – Jude Law, Zoe Kravitz

Alfie.

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Thank you @ysl • @anthonyvaccarello #dreamteam

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Stella McCartney – Claire Foy

Tom Ford – Gal Gadot and Neil Patrick Harris

Valentino – Seth Meyers, Kate Hudson, Lily James

Vera Wang – Meryl Streep

Versace – Saoirse Ronan

Zac Posen – Reese Witherspoon

The outfits will be available for bidding starting January 19, with the auction running through January 26

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