Scarlett Johansson defends her decision to wear a Marchesa dress at the Met Gala. 
Thus, the actress ends the boycott of the brand, which was co-founded by Harvey Weinstein’s wife Georgina Chapman. Thus, the 33-year-old actress shined at this year’s Met Gala in New York in a burgundy-colored dress of the brand. This brought the Marchesa label its first prominence on the red carpet ever since the tartar scandal came to light last year. However, the avalanche of sexual harassment not only buried the film producer’s career but also his wife’s fashion label. So A-list celebrities in Hollywood decided after the scandal uniform to make a wide berth to the label of Chapman and Keren Craig.

However, this vicious circle has now been breached by Johansson. The ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ actress, who is also an advocate of the #MeToo and Time’s Up campaigns, decided to wear a dress by the designers during her appearance at the annual event. She explained in a statement to Variety: “I wear Marchesa because her clothes make women feel beautiful, and it’s an honor to support the brand of two such incredibly talented female designers.”