Hollywood storms red carpet wearing black to make statement against sexual harassment

Time's Up is organizing this campaign against sexual harassment and inequality.

The movement, being led by a new awareness campaign called Time's Up, also calls attention to gender inequality, and hopes "to shift the focus back to survivors and on systemic, lasting solutions," a note from the organizers read on Facebook before the carpet began.

"Every day should be a platform for conversations that are helpful for the human race to be better," she said.

"This is just the beginning," 'House of Cards' actress Rachel Brosnahan said of the Time's Up campaign. "Part of the Time's Up campaign is that they've created a legal defense fund...this is only the beginning of the conversation that's being turned into action."

Organizer and "Scandal" star Kerry Washington said that Hollywood isn't just coming together to improve conditions in Tinsel Town.

"We are really coming together to say, 'time's up' on the imbalance of power everywhere. No one should feel unsafe in the workplace," she said.

Beyond the carpet, however, more stars shared their all black attire with messages of empowerment, or using the hashtags #TimesUp and #WhyWeWearBlack.