Move over Angelina Jolie, Issa Rae is giving you a run for who got the best legs in the biz!
Although every women in attendance wore black to show their support of the #MeToo movement — in light of recent sexual harassment claims by women in Hollywood, it was also a night of high fashion and who wore it best or didn’t on the Golden Globes red carpet.
The photoraphers weren’t ready for Miss Rae, who hit the red carpet in a Prabal Gurung’s liquid chiffon gown. She made quite the impression with the gown’s plunging neckline and thigh-high slit, the dress evoked sex appeal while keeping with the night’s overarching theme. Accented by floral ruffles on the shoulders and a dramatic train that caught the light, Rae’s look was a perfect combination of sultry and stately.
Striking the right balance at the event, Rae took to her Instagram account to talk about “equal employment” for women, saying:
“There’s a new resolve, and it feels like even with the action points that we have with the legal defense fund, and making agencies employ more women in positions of power, that it feels like this can actually get done,” said Rae. “So it’s more than just a color. It’s more than just wearing black. We’re about that action.”
Was Issa Rae’s gown a HIT or Miss?