Last year, actresses wore all black to the Golden Globes in solidarity and support of the Time's Up movement. Tonight, Hollywood is continuing to stand behind the cause by wearing black-and-white ribbons and bracelets reading 'Time's Up x 2.'
Designed by costume designer and stylist Arianne Phillips, the black and white ribbons are part of Time’s Up’s new 'TIMESUPx2' campaign. Celebrating the second year of the movement, the campaign looks back on the organization's progress thus far and also calls to double the number of women in leadership positions across all industries.
Andy Samberg, who's hosting this year's show alongside Sandra Oh, was one of the first to wear the Time's Up bracelet on the red carpet tonight.
Ahead of the award show, actresses took to social media to reflect on one year of Time's Up. Reese Witherspoon shared photos from last year's red carpet writing, "I will forever remember last year’s #GoldenGlobes, when we stood together in solidarity to fight for equality, parity, safety and inclusion."
Fellow Big Little Lies co-star Laura Dern also shared her own memories of last year's Globes on Instagam. The actress revealed for the second year in a row she'll be bringing Mónica Ramírez, a woman fighting for gender equality and justice, to the award show.
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