The 75th annual Golden Globes was one for the history books, as Hollywood stood up and spoke out against sexual harassment and gender inequality — not just through their speeches, but on the red carpet, too. Rather than the usual question “Who are you were wearing?”, nominees and presenters were asked why they chose to wear black, and what the #TimesUp movement means to them. Celebs showed their support in style, of course — and we did the research to uncover the talented designers behind the totally chic, all-black looks. Here are a few of our favorites:
Zoë Kravitz is always a style icon — she nailed it with a new pixie cut, Saint Laurent gown and Lorraine Schwartz emerald jewels (a major trend this year).
“I, Tonya” star Margot Robbie swapped her skating gear for a custom Gucci satin V-neck dress and Tiffany & Co. jewelry with shoes by Roger Vivier.
Always the GOAT, Catherine Zeta-Jones wore a Zuhair Murad Fall 2017 couture gown. The 48-year-old actress complimented the sheer dress with Lorraine Schwartz earrings.
Millie Bobby Brown seems to have missed her “awkward stage” — the 13-year-old “Stranger Things” star stunned in a short but detailed Calvin Klein dress with Repossi jewelry.
Another “Stranger Things” cast member, Caleb McLaughlin, wore a fitting Ports 1961 suit (and to think, he hasn’t even been to prom yet!).
TV queens Issa Rae and Kerry Washington both donned Prabal Gurung for a stylist take on the blackout.
Diane Kruger made her red carpet debut with “The Walking Dead” star Norman Reedus, but it was her Prada gown (cape included!) that had everybody talking.
“Fifty Shades of Grey” star Dakota Johnson brought her A-game in a velvet, diamond-studded Gucci gown.
Sterling K. Brown made history last night by being the first black actor to win for the best performance in a television drama series, and he did so in style in Isaia.
Viola Davis supported the cause by switching out her usual bright attire for a black Brandon Maxwell sleeveless gown and a stunning afro.