Walk of Fame

Stars who shone brigh­est on the red car­pet.

Footwear News - - CONTENTS - By Nikara Johns

Golden Globes Black­out

A sea of ebony dresses flooded the red car­pet at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards in Jan­uary. At the height of the #MeToo move­ment and Time’s Up ini­tia­tive, women in Hol­ly­wood stood in sol­i­dar­ity against sex­ual ha­rass­ment and gen­der in­equal­ity by em­brac­ing an un­of­fi­cial all-black dress code.

Lady Gaga

The singer made her big-screen de­but with her crit­i­cally ac­claimed per­for­mance in “A Star Is Born.” She looked the part in Au­gust at the Venice In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val pre­miere, where she wore Valentino and the cast re­ceived an 8-minute stand­ing ova­tion.

Cardi B

The “In­va­sion of Pri­vacy” rap­per’s big­gest red car­pet mo­ment came at the Amer­i­can Mu­sic Awards in Oc­to­ber, when she wore a stand­out Dolce & Gab­bana flo­ral gown and plat­form heels.

Blake Lively

For her “A Sim­ple Fa­vor” press tour, Lively stayed on­theme, chan­nel­ing the main char­ac­ter’s suit ensem­bles paired with her go-to Chris­tian Louboutin heels.

Ezra Miller

Miller’s edgy fash­ion choices are hard to miss. The Mon­cler x Pier­paolo Pic­ci­oli look the ac­tor wore at a film pre­miere in Paris in Novem­ber was no ex­cep­tion.

Pan­ther Power

Mar­vel’s “Black Pan­ther” was a box of­fice smash that sent a pow­er­ful mes­sage about di­ver­sity in film. At the Los An­ge­les pre­miere in Jan­uary, Lupita Ny­ong’o stunned in a Ver­sace gown and Giuseppe Zan­otti heels.

Priyanka Cho­pra

Af­ter she turned heads at the 2018 Met Gala in May wear­ing Ralph Lau­ren, who would have known the de­signer would be mak­ing Priyanka Cho­pra’s wed­ding gown just seven months later?

(L-R): Laura Dern, Nicole Kid­man, Zoe Kravitz Reese Wither­spoon and Shai­lene Wood­ley

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