Golden Globes 2018 Best Dressed: Kendall Jenner and Timothée Chalamet Stun in 'Time's Up' Black

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Kendall Jenner, reality show star and runway model, wore a dramatic gown to the Globes. Getty Images

Actors and actresses at the 75th Annual Golden Globes on Sunday wore all-black in support of the #TimesUp movement against sexual harassment and the abuse of power in Hollywood. Despite the lack of bold color, performers stood out by choosing unusual silhouettes, statement jewelry, or unique textiles.

The use of black ranged from deadly serious, like Gal Gadot's near-militaristic look, to Kendall Jenner's jaw-dropping drama. In alphabetical order, here are the most unforgettable looks from the 2018 Golden Globes, an event that will go down as one of the most culturally significant award shows in history.

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Alison Brie attends The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images

Alison Brie

Brie attended as a first-time Globes nominee for Lead Actress in a Musical or Comedy, for her role as wrestler Ruth Wilder on Netflix's GLOW. On the carpet, she chose a stream-lined, clean and elegant gown, reminiscent of Gwenyth Paltrow's pink Ralph Lauren 1999 Oscar dress.

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Millie Bobby Brown attends the Globes in a dramatic, puff-sleeved, backless dress. Getty Images

Millie Bobby Brown

She's one of the youngest Hollywood all-stars, and Bobby Brown wisely chooses to make her fashion statements with age-approrpate experimentation. At the Globes, she wore her hair in a chic ballerina bun (braided down the back) and opted for one of the frew short hemlines of the evening. Love the bejeweled heels.

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Timothy Chalamet and Armie Hammer, stars of 'Call Me By Your Name', chose opposing textiles and both stunned in black. Getty Images

Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer

The stars of Luca Guadagnino's erotic romance Call Me By Your Name found two different but equally appealing ways rock the black suit. Chalamet's jet black version looked painted on; Hammer spiced things up with textured fabric. An electric combination, onscreen and off.

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Viola Davis attends the Globes with natural hair and her neck draped in diamonds. Getty Images

Viola Davis

Davis has been a Hollywood all-star since she delivered a scene-stealing monologue opposite Meryl Streep in Doubt. She is the first black woman to be nominated for an Oscar three times, and she won Best Supporting Actress in 2016 for her work opposite Denzel Washington in Fences. We loved the afro, gown and diamonds combo—very Diana Ross.

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Claire Foy attends the Globes with Matt Smith, her co-star on 'The Crown'. Getty Images

Claire Foy

This year, Foy delivered her final performance as Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix's The Crown. The actress is now moving from royal gowns to leather and tattoos as the third actress to play badass Lisbeth Salander inThe Girl in the Spider's Web. Perhaps that explains her Globes look, a no-nonsense black suit and slicked-back hair.

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Gal Gadot, star of 'Wonder Woman', attends the Globes in a sleek black dress and blazer. Getty Images

Gal Gadot

Her turn as the Amazon goddess Diana in Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman charmed audiences and critics alike, but her efforts were snubbed by the Globes. No matter. She rocked the red carpet with her no frills approach to glamour.

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Chris Hemsworth, star of 'Thor Ragnarok' walks the Golden Globes red carpet with the superhero film's director, Taika Waititi. Getty Images

Chris Hemsworth and Taika Waititi

Taika Waititi, Kiwi director of Thor Ragnarok, was a fashion standout in 2017, wearing fancifully patterned rompers and lavender clothing to premieres, looking equal parts whimsical and relaxed. At the Globes, he chose his Thor star, Chris Hemsworth, as accessory. In case you can't tell them apart, Hemsworth is not wearing a tie.

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Isabelle Huppert attends the Globes in a glittering, structured dress with dramatic shoulders. Getty Images

Isabelle Huppert

Leave it to a Parisian to show us how it's done. Huppert was 2017's Golden Globe Best Actress winner, for her tour-de-force performance in the feminist thriller Elle. To the historic 75th annual Globes, Huppert wore a Victorian-inspired, high collar dress, proving that showing no skin can be sexier than baring it all.

Kendall Jenner

Say what you want about the Kardashian-Jenner clan, but these woman know how to slay a formal appearance. Jenner, 22, stuck to the solidarity theme, wearing black. But her drop- dead glamour came with a young woman's daring twist: a multi-tiered, deconstructed skirt.

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Nicole Kidman, one of the stars of 'Big Little Lies', attends the Globes. Getty Images

Nicole Kidman

In addition to winning Best Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries for Big Little Lies, the 50-year-old actress nailed the carpet, as she always does, in black lace.

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Jason Ralph, star of SYFY's 'The Magicians', classes up the joint in all black and a #TimesUp button. Getty Images

Jason Ralph

The 31-year-old Ralph will appear once again as hapless anti-hero Quentin Coldwater in Season 3 of SYFY's The Magicians. To celebrate at the Globes, he paired a sleek black suit and "Time's Up" lapel pin with a memorably coy smirk.

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Saoirse Ronan, star of 'Lady Bird', attends the Globes in a galactic-inspired black gown and a platinum updo. Getty Images

Saoirse Ronan

In Lady Bird, the nominee looks like your typical high school kid. On the red carpet, flanked by powerful countless women, the young actress—who would take home the Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical award—made the most powerfully elegant statement of the night, a sort of deco warrior.

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Alicia Vikander, star of the upcoming 'Tomb Raider' reboot, attends the Globes in a puritan-style black dress with a dramatic peek-a-boo back. Getty Images

Alicia Vikander

In 2018, Swedish actress and dancer Vikander will appear as Lara Croft in Tomb Raider. At the Golden Globes, the 2016 Oscar winner was buttoned-up Victoriana in front, bare-shouldered vixen in back. The best of everything.

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Eric Wareheim, cult comedy star and 'Master of None' co-creator. Getty Images

Eric Wareheim

Who would have expected, ten years ago, that one half of Adult Swim's cult comedy duo Tim & Eric would show up to the Golden Globes looking like a serious, contemporary-styled intellectual? Wareheim steals scenes in Netflix's Master of None as Arnold Baumheiser, a role originally written for the late comedian Harris Wittels, and he stole his moment on the red carpet with just a hint of shine to his black suit and hip, clear glasses.

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Reese Witherspoon, one of the stars of HBO's 'Big Little Lies', attends the Globes in a black gown. Getty Images

Reese Witherspoon

Even an all-black red carpet couldn't dial down Witherspoon's smile. As part of the powerful ensemble in Big Little Lies, the 41-year-old actress and women's rights advocate was a clear example of optimistic, feminine power throughout 2017 and on the Globes red carpet. Her geometric, structured black gown reminded us of the most gif-able line in Big Little Lies: "I want more!!!!"