How Actresses Made Their Black Dresses Their Own at the 2018 Golden Globes

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ET breaks down how the ladies dressed up their ensembles on Sunday amid the 'Time's Up' blackout.

The stars certainly made a statement on the red carpet at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

In honor of the "Time's Up" initiative, aimed to raise awareness for gender inequality and sexual harassment, actors and actresses banded together and wore black in protest at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on Sunday. Amid the blackout, the ladies stepped out in a slew of stunning ensembles, while making sure to support the powerful movement.

Now, ET's breaking down our favorite accessories, worn by some of Hollywood's most inspiring, powerful women. Here's how they made the movement's dress code their own.

Catherine Zeta-Jones

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The Feud star dressed up her gorgeous, sheer Zuhair Murad couture A-line gown with elegant emerald-and-diamond chandelier earrings from Lorraine Schwartz. She kept the rest of her beauty look simple, with a mauve pout and light pink blush.

"This is a celebrating night for women," Zeta-Jones told ET on the carpet. "When we work together in numbers, strength is in numbers. And it's really great that women are really supporting women and we have to continue to do that. Not just in our industry, not even about vying for roles -- this is serious, and we are all coming together and I feel very empowered by that."

Debra Messing


The Will & Grace star also opted for dark green accessories -- 32 carats of pear shape Colombian emeralds set in blackened platinum and a 40-carat Colombian emerald-and-diamond ring -- along with a gorgeous, jade green smokey eye! The Lorraine Schwartz jewelry perfectly complemented her custom-beaded Christian Siriano top and silk trousers.

"It's about all of us and celebrating everybody who is working together collectively," she said of the movement. "It’s a sisterhood and it feels very powerful."

Tracee Ellis Ross

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Making a statement while still making a statement. The Black-ish star rocked a black jersey halter dress over black jogger pants and a satin turban, all from Marc Jacobs' spring 2018 collection. While chatting with ET on the carpet, the actress explained that she fell in love with the turban the moment she saw it on the runway.

"I am obsessed with this," she marveled. "I said, 'I will wear that turban! ' and it came true in a beautiful moment of solidarity and power that I could stand as a 'we' but also in my own glory as an 'I,' that I could wear in my own part of the collective."

Katherine Langford

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The 13 Reasons Why star, who's nominated for Best Actress in a TV Drama Series category for her performance as Hannah Baker on the Netflix drama, accentuated her black Prada jersey plissé gown with custom-made hairpieces by Jennifer Behr. She topped off the look with matching earrings.

Alison Brie


A statement necklace can go a long way, and the Glow star proves it! She was the epitome of old Hollywood glam on Sunday, donning a sophisticated updo and minimal makeup with her Vassilis Zoulias pant-gown combo. 

"I am so happy to be wearing black to support the 'Time's Up' movement, obviously," she shared with ET. "And there are pants underneath. I like to always have a good surprise!"

Maggie Gyllenhaal

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While we were a big fan of The Deuce star's outfit choice, a sequin top and cropped pants combo from Monse, her dripping pearl earrings were the true highlight of her killer ensemble. "It's amazing what happens when women are in communication with each other," Gyllenhaal said of the movement while speaking with ET. "We are really powerful."

Issa Rae

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Following in the footsteps of Messing and Zeta-Jones, the Insecure star also added a pop of color with emerald on Sunday. She wore $5.5 million of Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, consisting of a 100-carat platinum-and-diamond necklace with a 35-carat Colombian emerald stone.

Gal Gadot

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The actress looked like a real-life Wonder Woman on the red carpet, accessorizing her Tom Ford silk tulle column dress and tuxedo jacket with chandelier earrings by Tiffany & Co. and a punchy berry lip.

Saoirse Ronan

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The Lady Bird star, who's nominated for Best Actress, Motion Picture -- Musical or Comedy, appeared flawless for her big night in a custom-made Atelier Versace gown with Swarovski crystal mesh accents. She added another touch of sparkle with tear-drop Cartier diamond earrings featuring blue gemstones.


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