The only three A-listers to wear Marchesa amid Harvey Weinstein allegations

It's been almost a year since news broke that a once very powerful, Harvey Weinstein, was accused of harrowing accounts of sexual assault and harassment by multiple women. The disgraced film producer has since famously settled a very public divorce from his wife of 10 years, Georgina Chapman.

Chapman holds the reigns at one of the most prominent American fashion houses, Marchesa. The luxury brand known for its intricate beadwork and couture craftsmanship was once a staple on the red-carpet until the brand ultimately became avoided after Weinstein's allegations. From Jennifer Lopez to Penélope Cruz, Anne Hathaway and Halle Berry, Marchesa never failed to land among the best-dressed list. After controversy sparked, Marchesa released its latest lookbook, canceled all press appointments and pulled out of New York Fashion Week altogether.

At this past Met Gala, Scarlett Johansson broke the anti-Marchesa cycle by being the first major celebrity to wear the brand to a red carpet. The actress, who donned a custom ombré tulle gown, has been an active figure in the Times Up and #MeToo. Only two other A-listers have worn Marchesa since.

Vanessa Hudgens became the second celebrity to embrace the brand when she walked the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of her film “Dog Days.” Just a few weeks later, Alyssa Milano stepped out in Marchesa for the premiere of her new Netflix Show, "Insatiable."

While none of the actresses have commented on their choice yet, we can't help to wonder which other A-listers will hop back on the Marchesa bandwagon.