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Out of the many powerful statements made at the Golden Globes last night, the ‘blackout’ at the red carpet was the most prominent.

As a stand against gender inequality and sexual abuse, almost all of the attendees previously decided to wear black to the awards. Many stars like Justin Timberlake, Ryan Seacrest Nick, and Joe Jonas also adorned black-and-white Time’s Up pins on their lapels and collars in support of the latest initiative by the same name.

Here’s a look at the fashion statements on the red carpet this year…


Alexander Skarsgard


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The actor won Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the hit show Big Little Lies.


Millie Bobby Brown


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The most fashionable thirteen-year-old we’re yet to come across, this Stranger Things star went for a sleek yet mod look.


Kerry Washington

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Olivia Pope of Scandal chose a sequinned number, with an interesting pair of boots.


Kendall Jenner


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This was Kendall’s first ever red carpet appearance at the Golden Globes, and her layered outfit reminded us of her look from the Cannes 2017!

Emilia Clarke


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The Mother of Dragons and her radiant smile really lit up the night.


Chris Hemsworth


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Thor cleaned up well and opted for a self-printed black suit.

Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria


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Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria looked elegant in their classic trailing black numbers.


Viola Davis


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The Annalise Keating chose a simple velvet number for the big night.


Naomi Campbell


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The supermodel also turned up in her best black number.

Zac Efron


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A classic bow tie- always a good idea!