Kate Middleton’s Bafta dress caused quite a stir. Not because it was low-cut, not because it was see-through, but because of its colour.
The dress code for the female attendees at the Bafta awards on Sunday night was black.
It was a political statement, with those wearing black signifying that they stand in support of the Time’s Up – a movement against sexual harassment founded by Hollywood actors and actresses.
And anyone who didn’t wear black was destined to be cast aside as a non-supporter (because you obviously cannot show your support in any other means than via… Read the full story