Whilst the fashion of the red carpet is always the talk of the town when an awards show rolls around, the importance of the ensembles sported by celebrities at this year's Golden Globes delves far deeper than the threads themselves.
This year, celebrities have banded together at the annual Golden Globes to stand in solidarity against sexual abuse within the workplace by wearing black, demonstrating their intolerance to the matter which has plagued Hollywood - and the world - for decades, after the year of the Silence Breakers - and while there may be a lack of colour, the lustre has remained.
Meryl Streep and activist Ai-jen Poo
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel
Sarah Paulson, Amanda Peet, Lena Waithe and Heidi Klum
The Stranger Things gang: Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Finn Wolfhard, Sadie Sink and Noah Schnapp
Kelly Clarkson, Common, Nick Jonas and Ricky Martin
James and Dave Franco
Emma Stone and Steve Carell
Millie Bobby Brown