You can expect to see classic tuxedos at any big awards show, but the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet was stacked with them in an effort to disrupt tradition, not uphold it. The choice to wear black tailoring was a way to show solidarity with Hollywood’s leading women, who wore the color to protest gender inequality and sexual harassment in the industry. Tonight’s red carpet blackout is wrapped into a larger anti-harassment initiative organized by those leaders called Time’s Up. The group plans to fight systematic mistreatment and misconduct in Hollywood through legislation, legal support for victims, a greater push for cultural change, and more. Many male nominees and guests wore Time’s Up buttons on their lapels along with black shirts and accessories, making it clear their sartorial choices were part of the protest. See the most stylish men to show their support on the red carpet tonight—and learn who styled them—below.