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With sweetheart necklines and high slits, sheer lace and sparkly details, Hollywood women with men on their side turned the Golden Globes red carpet into a parade of fashion black in a protest with a clear message for sexual harassers: Time's Up.Barely a walker Sunday in Los Angeles wore another color – and all major stars went for it as stylists and designers worked to meet the demand for dresses in that color. While the dominance of black was unprecedented, the color is not a red carpet newbie by any stretch.Emma Stone, among those in black Sunday, wore the color to the 2015 Golden Globes, a stunning trouser look with a studded silver top and a black back bow and train. Nicole Kidman has worn the color to the Globes several times, including a lace column gown with a high slit and a little black choker in 2002, offering a rock vibe from Yves Saint Laurent.
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