For the second year in a row, celebrities are showing their support for the Time's Up movement at the Golden Globes.
Stars like Julianne Moore, Rachel Brosnahan and Andy Samberg are sporting the Time’s Up X2 bracelet and pin in protest of sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace. This latest iteration of the Time’s Up organization calls for twice as many women in leadership positions across industries while celebrating the campaign’s second year. (Hell yes.)
The creations were designed by Nocturnal Animals costume designer and stylist Arianne Phillips, who also came up with the movement's logo and official pin design last year.
Wondering where you can buy the chic accessory for yourself? It’s available for preorder in the Time’s Up store for $8. (FYI, all proceeds go to the movement.) You can also pick up plenty of other merch to support the cause including bracelets, T-shirts, totes and notebooks.