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Golden Globes 2018 Red Carpet Report #TimesUp

Otherwise known as the night black became more than a fashion statement, advocated by artistes united in the anti-harassment movement.

Suffice to say, all eyes were on the #TimesUp movement (@timesupnow), the limelight-stealing star of Golden Globes 2018. Galvanised by Reese Witherspoon, the initiative didn’t take long  to gain traction among celebrities.

2018 let’s do this! ??

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Natalie Portman joined Instagram (she called @nportmanofficial “my one and only social media account”) to lend extra heft to this significant cause.


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And the stars aligned — literally. The aftermath of the #MeToo wave and sexual harassment scandals rocking Hollywood presented a new red carpet, turned into a sea of black, at this year’s Golden Globes.

Partners to the party became a talking point as A-list actresses amplified their voices with their choice of dates, taking friends or influential activists as their female plus-ones  to the biggest event since the Harvey Weinstein outrage.


Reese Witherspoon in Zac Posen with Eva Longoria in Genny


America Ferrera in Christian Siriano with Natalie Portman in Dior Haute Couture 


Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji with Jessica Chastain in Armani Privé


Salma Hayek in Balenciaga with Ashley Judd in Elie Saab


Marai Larasi with Emma Watson in Ronald van der Kamp 


Meryl Streep in Vera Wang with Ai-jen Poo


Even the men stepped up in black next to their female counterparts in a sign of solidarity.


Claire Foy in Stella McCartney with Matt Smith in Burberry


Kit Harrington with Emilia Clarke in Miu Miu


Justin Timberlake in Dior Homme with Jessica Biel in Dior Haute Couture


Gaten Matarazzo in Suit Supply, Caleb McLaughlin in Ports 1961, Finn Wolfhard in Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello, Sadie Sink in Miu Miu, and Noah Schnapp in Balmain


Diane Kruger in Prada with Norman Reedus


Armie Hammer in Armani with Elizabeth Chambers in Alexander Vauthier


Participating in the #WhyWeWearBlack campaign doesn’t cramp your style, as the following standout stars demonstrate:


Dakota Johnson in Gucci


Tracee Ellis Ross in Marc Jacobs


Gal Gadot in Tom Ford


Millie Bobby Brown in Calvin Klein


Saoirse Ronan in Atelier Versace


Robert Pattinson in Dior Homme


Alexis Bledel in Oscar de la Renta


Elisabeth Moss in Dior Haute Couture


Allison Janney in Mario Dice


Mandy Moore in Rosie Assoulin


Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace


Lily James in Valentino Haute Couture


Mary J. Blige in Alberta Ferretti

#TimesUp #goldenglobes

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Isabelle Huppert in Chloé


Zoe Kravitz in Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello

#goldenglobes @hbo • @timesupnow • #whywewearblack ? • #biglittlelies

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Allison Williams in Armani Privé


Helen Mirren in Zuhair Murad


Katherine Langford in Prada


Timothée Chalamet in Berluti

OFF YOU GO LITTLE BRO! @tchalamet #timesup

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Margot Robbie in Gucci


Viola Davis in Brandon Maxwell


Nicole Kidman in Givenchy Haute Couture


Oprah Winfrey in Atelier Versace


Kate Beckinsale in Alex Perry

Hey, girl, hey! ? @KateBeckinsale #InStyleGlobes #GoldenGlobes ?: @thefacinator

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Catherine Zeta Jones in Zuhair Murad

SEE ALSO: Red Carpet Alert: 8 Black Dresses For Golden Globes 2018

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