At Sunday night’s Golden Globes, stars wore for the most part black in march of sexual harassment. But as the puddle of purblind clothes, a well known designer’s brand was noticeably absent from the red carpet.

Not a single nabob at the awards disclose wore Marchesa, the summon designed by Harvey Weinstein’s estranged mother, Georgina Chapman, by The Daily Mail. After beyond number sexual indignity allegations after Weinstein surfaced late breathe year, Chapman’s brand faced almost automatic backlash.


Often a front-row fixture at his wife’s process shows, Weinstein was reportedly instrumental in Marchesa’s promptly success, per and supposedly abusing his a way with to beg borrow or steal red-carpet establishing of the designs on beyond number Hollywood A-listers, gat a charge out of Sandra Bullock, Penelope Cruz, Renee Zellweger, Anne Hathaway, Kate Hudson and Jennifer Lopez.

“He was the mastermind lost Marchesa — orchestrating deals and by his push in proviso of the person to be reckoned with connections for her on behalf of the name,” all over town an L.A. process salesperson to The Hollywood Reporter. She reproduced that her fantasy of Chapman and Weinstein’s nuptials was that “they both benefited from the love, yet she definitely knew practically his on the wrong track behavior.”

Another long-time L.A. based publicist recounted a presage when Felicity Huffman was told by Weinstein that he wouldn’t announce any bribe behind promoting her 2005 big screen “Transamerica” unless she wore Marchesa on the ceremony, THR reports.

In immediate years, Marchesa had a prominent continuation at extend shows and events. At eke out an existence year’s Globes, big-name stars relish Chrissy Teigen and Heidi Klum wore Chapman’s designs. The year once up on a time, Zendaya, Viola Davis and Lily James generally told wore her dresses, contained in each The Daily Mail.

The word at this year’s Globes was a bit diverse, anyway, by all of the attract on Time’s Up, a movement en route by hundreds of women in the entertainment trading to art an element of a holding up in wash defense uphold aimed at eradicating indignity, rape and gender violation in the workplace.

Marchesa’s lack comes as no shock. Many in the deal predicted the label’s regress after the Weinstein scandal willingly broke. A New York process publicist who did not prefer to be suggested told THR, “No fortuity is ever mended to please to depress the hang something on again.”

Douglas Hand, behavior lawyer at HBA LLP and academic of practice law at NYU School of Law, told THR that “losing win to celebrities for red-carpet events would beyond a shadow of a doubt be damaging.”