Celebrities used fashion to stand in solidarity – again.
A year ago, several actresses – from Michelle Williams to Elizabeth Moss and Tracee Ellis Ross – dressed in all black ensembles (with a pin in tow) as they attended the Golden Globes together, showing their solidarity with the Time’s Up initiative.
This year, celebrities switched things up and adorned their designer outfits with another statement-making accessory: a ribbon emblazoned with the instantly recognisable Time’s Up logo – with a x2 added on the end, too.
The ribbon, designed by Arianne Phillips (who also created last year’s pins), shared a striking image of the black and white designs on Instagram before the event kicked off.
Before the event, actress Rachel Brosnahan, wearing a ribbon, said: “While we’re still fighting for safety and equity in the workplace, those are symptoms of a larger problem of an imbalance of power.”
Actress D’Arcy Carden adorned her bright orange bag with a white ribbon.
The Crown’s Claire Foy wrapped a white ribbon around her wrist like a bracelet.
Charlize Theron matched a black ribbon with her diamond bracelets.
Big Little Lies’ Laura Dern opted to tie a black ribbon around her metallic bag.
Actress Yvonne Strahovski held her black ribbon, keeping things simple.
Olivia Colman strategically placed a black ribbon around her black clutch.
Amber Heard wrapped a single black ribbon around her wrist, letting it do all the talking for her.