This years Golden Globes will be one to remember. Black gowns in support of the 'Me Too' campaign against sexual harassment and Oprah's inspirational speech that left me feeling stronger than ever (and in tears!).
I'm too understand the need for speaking out and the importance for equality in the workplace and everywhere in life. Mainly being self employed and working with incredible women, my job is a very privileged one that I am always thankful of. However there are still many issues from self confidence, diversity and motherhood in relation to work and equality that effect me and the many women (and wonderful men) in my life. We've come far but must never stop pushing further and aiming higher.
This black gowns demonstrated what great designers there are out there. One colour and so many ways to design it making it completely different each time. For me Maria Grazia Churri was ultimate designer, the Tulle gown worn by Jessica Beil was just stunning with the crescent of black velvet. And Viola Davies, elegant bold and effortlessly beautiful in velvet by Brandon Maxwell. Black velvet was key to the best designs on the red carpet.
Images from Vogue.co.uk