Alicia Vikander, Michelle Williams & Emma Stone wore Louis Vuitton at the Globes
This post is devoted to the Louis Vuitton ladies, all of whom are under contract with LV and forced to wear various unflattering LV frocks. LV gave their ladies a wide variety of black frocks for the Globes, to varying degrees of success. In Emma Stone and Michelle Williams’ cases, the frocks were successful because no one even mentioned Louis Vuitton on the carpet, because we were too busy talking about other things. In Alicia Vikander’s case… well, she looked like a Victorian ghost from the front. I really dislike this!
I honestly wasn’t sure how the whole “bringing a female activist as your Golden Globes date” thing was going to work out, but I have to say… it worked out really well. Michelle Williams – who wore Louis Vuitton, as part of her contract – came to the Globes as a nominee, and she didn’t bring her BFF Busy Phillips. She brought activist Tarana Burke, the woman who created the #MeToo movement in 2006. She’s the director of Girls for Gender Equality. And Michelle gave her a massive platform last night. On a superficial note, Michelle looked great – she looks amazing when she isn’t doing Civil War Ghost cosplay.
“The thing that is most powerful is that it’s women across the spectrum. It’s people across all genders, all races, all classes,” says our Senior Director @TaranaBurke on today’s movement for gender equity. #GoldenGlobes #TIMESUP pic.twitter.com/pRLQkGIjtH
— Girls for Gender Equity (GGE) (@GGENYC) January 8, 2018
Emma Stone wore Louis Vuitton, because she’s got a LV contract too, and she brought Billie Jean King as her date. I saw Battle of the Sexes and I enjoyed it, and Emma was great in it. Billie really is the star here though – Billie has been fighting for equality as a woman and as a gay woman for decades. She’s perfect.
Photos courtesy of Pacific Coast News, WENN.