Women took center stage at this year's Golden Globe Awards, using their spotlight to speak up about the issues that matter most to them. The collective decision to wear black signified how these actresses desired to be represented in their own industry, and we applaud them. You can see every look on the red carpet right here.
And yet male actors also joined in on the movement by wearing black. Though traditional black-tie attire for men indicates a black tuxedo or similar level of polish, we feel that these actors, in particular, went above and beyond in their red carpet looks. From Dave Franco's beaded lapel to Timothée Chalamet's sleek all-black ensemble, these actors deserve a round of applause for bringing their style A-game and supporting their fellow actresses.
Go on to see how Hollywood's best dressed men wore black at the Globes.
WHO: Timothée Chalamet
WEAR: Berluti tuxedo and shoes
Best Performance nominee for his role in Call Me By Your Name, Chalamet arrived in a slim-fitting all-black tux.
WHO: Sterling K. Brown
Now this is how a velvet tuxedo jacket is done.
WHO: Dave Franco
WEAR: Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello
Dave Franco stunned in a beaded lapel, proving that menswear can be just as fun.
WHO: Daniel Kaluuya
The Get Out actor donned a Time's Up pin on his polished tux.
WHO: Aziz Ansari
WEAR: Ermenegildo Zegna Couture
We're in love with Aziz's take on a tux, as his luxe velvet jacket and bowtie make for a glamorous ensemble.
WHO: Ansel Elgort
Ansel Elgort's slicked-back hair only makes his monochrome look that much sleeker.
WHO: Dwayne Johnson
WEAR: David Yurman Cable Classics Signet Ring in 18k Gold, Montblanc watch and cuff links
Dwayne Johnson went the classic route—and it didn't fail him—accessorizing with a simple signet ring.
WHO: James Franco
WEAR: Salvatore Ferragamo full look
If this James Franco look doesn't solidify the dapper velvet jacket look for men, we don't know what will.