Golden Globes 2018: Stars Step Out in All Black in Support of Time's Up Initiative

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A massive sea of black ensembles doused the 75th Golden Globe Awards red carpet on Sunday in support of the Time's Up movement.

The women in the entertainment industry and their male colleagues banded together to take a stand against sexual harassment and misconduct in the workplace by opting to wear black at this year's ceremony.

The dark color is meant as a way to express solidarity for the victims who have come out and shared their personal stories, as well as just one way to initiate conversations about how things are done in Hollywood and what needs to change.

Nominees, presenters and guests alike didn't shy away from wearing the dark hue, as well as the Time's Up pin, and talk about the importance of the cause. 

Rachel Brosnahan, nominated for her role on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Debra Messing, This Is Us star Susan Kelechi Watson and Catherine Zeta-Jones were among those who uniquely showed their support in the dark color. 

Rachel Brosnahan at 2018 Golden Globes
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Debra Messing at 2018 Golden Globes
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Susan Kelechi Watson at 2018 Golden Globes
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Men also stood alongside their female counterparts, dressing in the somber tone. This Is Us star and nominee Sterling K. Brown and his wife, Ryan Michelle Bathe, both stepped out in black suits. 

Noah Schnapp looked dapper in his double-breasted blazer and scarf and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story star Edgar Ramirez repped not only the Time's Up pin but also the He For She pin. 

Sterling K Brown and wife at 2018 Golden Globes
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Noah Schnapp at 2018 Golden Globes
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Edgar Ramirez at 2018 Golden Globes
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