The Most Interesting Looks from the Golden Globes 2018

The stars that had something to say, using the red carpet as a platform to raise awareness as part of the Time's Up initiative

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Tracee Ellis Ross, whose show Black-ish is nominated for Best TV series – Musical or Comedy, wears a look by Marc Jacobs.

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Claire Foy, nominated for Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series – Drama for her role as the Queen in The Crown, pins a Equal Representation for Actresses [ERA 50:50] badge to her Stella McCartey Menswear suit.

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Amy Poehler walked the red carpet with Saru Jayaraman, the co-founder of the Restaurant Opportunities Centers United which advocates for restaurant workers. She’s one of eight actresses attending the awards with a female activist.

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Meryl Streep, nominated for Best performance by an actress in a motion picture – drama for her role in The Post, arrives with activist Ai-jen Poo, the director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and co-director of Caring Across Generations.

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Another nominee attending with an activist, Michelle Williams (nominated for Best performance by an actress in a motion picture – drama for her role in All the Money in the World) arrives with Tarana Burke. The civil rights activist and senior director at Girls for Gender Equity created the #MeToo movement in 2006.

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Kiwi director Taika Waititi wears a pin in support of Time's Up.

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Connie Britton wears a sweater embroidered with the words, 'poverty is sexist' - a campaign launched by One.

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Angelina Jolie with human-rights activist and lecturer Loung Ung, whose memoir First They Killed My Father was adapted into a film by the actor.

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Sarah Paulson and Amanda Peet. Picture / Getty Images

Director Greta Gerwig, nominated for Best screenplay – motion picture for her film Lady Bird, with actor Saoirse Ronan, nominated for her starring role. The film is also up for Best musical or comedy motion picture.

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Marai Larasi, the executive director of UK-based black feminist organisation dedicated to addressing violence against women and girls, with actor Emma Watson.

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Emma Stone with Billie Jean King, the tennis star that the actor portrayed in the film Battle of the Sexes.

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Also wearing a Time’s Up pin is Aziz Ansari, whose show Master of None is up for Best TV series – musical or comedy.

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America Ferrera and Natalie Portman.

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Reese Witherspoon, nominated for best performance by an actress in a limited series or a motion picture made for television for her role in Big Little Lies, with Eva Longoria.

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Debra Messing, who called out E! for its own equal pay dispute while being interviewed by its red carpet host Giuliana Rancic. "We want diversity, we want intersectional gender parity, and we want equal pay. I was so shocked to hear E! doesn’t believe in paying their female co-hosts the same as their male co-hosts. I miss Catt Sadler. We stand with her."

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Zoe Kravitz, activist Rosa Clemente, and Susan Sarandon. Picture / Getty Images

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