"My mom and I planned this together a couple of months ago, it is a cultural thing", Tatna, a Mumbai-born journalist, explained to ET's Kevin Frazier while on the red carpet.
The Committee to Protect Journalists, which defends the rights of journalists worldwide, also voiced gratitude for the donation.
Does Kendall Jenner look bothered? Daniel Kaluuya of "Get Out" wore a tux from Gucci with a Time's Up pin on his lapel.
But many donned black shirts as well and offered their impassioned support for the movement. Not everyone was best pleased.
Connie Britton wore a black sweater with the words "poverty is sexist" embroidered on it. "I used to read comments about my face, my skin, my nose, my eyes, and even my beauty marks people didn't approve of". The Legal Network for Gender Equity will also connect individuals who have experienced sexual harassment and/or experienced retaliation for speaking out.
On the musical/comedy side of the equation, Greta Gerwig's Lady Bird was the big winner, claiming best picture and best actress (Saoirse Ronan) - which prompted many to ask how Gerwig could be behind both best picture and best actress winners but not have received even a best director nom herself.
The quartet of wins for HBO's "Big Little Lies", double trophies for "Handmaid's Tale" (the other being for star Elisabeth Moss) and Sterling K. Brown of NBC's "This is Us" largely echoed results from the Emmys, presented in September. "The women who are still in silence because of trauma, shame, due to the assault ― they need to understand that it's not their fault and they're not dirty". Dakota Johnson, the Fifty Shades star, looked absolutely stunning in a black gown with intricate embellishments on the back. "We saw that on stage", said CPJ's Advocacy Director Courtney Radsch. I too stand with all women. And God bless, for example, Seth Meyers, who may or may not have been wearing black (I honestly can't remember), but gave good hosting (let's all take a moment to make a silent prayer of thanks that Ricky Gervais wasn't hosting this year). The actress, who is mostly spotted in bright colours sizzled in a black gown with a flattery silhouette. Let's say #TimesUp. At the Golden Globes last night, women decided to make what the Chicago Tribune called "a color-coordinated statement". "We have people who appreciate you and others that don't".
Alfred Molina was among those men who paired their traditional tuxedos with black shirts rather than the typical white ones.