All the Gorgeous Black Dresses Worn to Support #TimesUp at the Golden Globes
It’s not every year that a national protest encompasses a major awards show red carpet. So while we’re missing out on the crimson reds and cobalt blues this January, we do get to witness a historical moment of solidarity and empowerment (and maybe some creativity within the limit of wearing all black). Here are all the stunning interpretations of the #TimesUp gown protest.
Co-written by Abby Hepworth
Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria
The ultimate in power couple goals.
If you’re wearing the proverbial pants, you might as well be wearing the *actual* pants, right?
You can never go wrong with a big silver bow. Especially if it’s a big silver bow made of sequins.
Proving the sheer red-carpet trend is far from over.
Emilia Clarke, Mother of Dragons, Breaker of Chains and Slayer of the red carpet.
That cape! That pendant! That high slit! We're in love with all of it, Issa.
Donatella would definitely approve of this sexy off the shoulder number.
Tracee Ellis Ross
Looking like an actual goddess, per usual.
Sometimes not showing skin is the sexiest.
Judd and Hayek walked the red carpet hand in hand.
Anyone else getting Grace Kelly vibes?
Rory Gilmore showing us how it’s done in a two-tone jumpsuit.
Anyone who can upstage their dress with their hair wins the evening.
Meryl Streep and Ai-Jen Poo
The cinematic legend paired up with women's-rights activist Ai-Jen Poo to bring awareness to Time's Up launch.
Fact: Everyone loves a pop of color.
Ballgown + secret pants = genius.
Proof that a great belt is sometimes all you need.
Ditching the bonnet, Moss seems to be summoning some superstition with a bejeweled tea dress a la Peggy Olson.
Halle Berry: never not on brand.
Amy Poehler and Saru Jayaraman
Comedy meets restaurant-industry activism in this fabulous column-dressed duo.
Another gal proving red-carpet pants are just as showstopping as a gown.
Hot take: Is Soairse the new Tilda?
Congratulations on your major win tonight, Laura! Oh, and also for your Golden Globe.
We're as speechless as Hawkins in The Shape of Water over this belted ensemble.
America Ferrera and Natalie Portman
A match made in Hollywood heaven.
This, friends, is a winner's look.
Emma Stone and Billie Jean King
After playing her in Battle of the Sexes, Stone shared the red carpet with legendary feminist (oh and tennis player) Billie Jean King.
Just as graceful as ever.
Velvet, sequins, mesh, perfection.
Mary J. Blige
Nominated as both a singer and actor (yes, two different Golden Globes), Blige pulled out all the sparkling stops with her look.
Those geometric sequins, tho.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Very Carrie Bradshaw, don’t you think?
Remember this moment as the official comeback of the bolero jacket.
The edgy gal's way to do a ball gown.
A major upgrade from the scrubs she wore as Saoirse Ronan’s mom in Lady Bird.
Where does one even procure a sequin houndstooth turtleneck?
We’re not sure which we love more, Hudson’s adorable pixie cut or that daring pendant placement.
Once again proving her status as red-carpet royalty.
We never knew how much we could love a single golden sleeve.