Frances McDormand ignores Time’s Up-the dress code

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During the presentation of the Bafta’s Sunday night in London were the most actresses again dressed in black, as a statement of support for the Time’s Up-move. Not everyone was, however, to the dress code.

Frances McDormand, who in the British version of the Oscars with the award for best actress in the awards, came in a red-pink dress to the ceremony in London. The 60-year-old actress said after winning her award: “I had some trouble with obedience. But I want you to know that I’m at my sisters in the black stand.”

The U.s. was not the only prominent site that for a color other than black chose. The wife of prince William, opted for colour, Catherine appeared in a green dress at the Bafta ceremony. According to Hello Magazine, is there a logical reason for that: members of the British royal house are considered to be neutral as it comes to political or other movements. Furthermore, it would be customary that they are the color black book for funerals and remembrance day.

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