Time's Up Pin a Near No-Show on SAG Awards Red Carpet

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Allison Williams accessorized her Ralph & Russo gown with the poignant pin, which was otherwise MIA.

Unlike the Golden Globes, which had an unofficial all-black dress code to show support for the Time's Up movement, the SAG Awards red carpet has, so far, been awash with colorful gowns. The Globes' hottest accessory of the night, the Time's Up pin, has also been a near no-show.

But Hollywood hasn't forgotten about the organization entirely. Allison Williams stepped out wearing the black-and-white Time's Up pin that was designed by costume designer Arianne Phillips (Kingsman, Nocturnal Animals).

The Get Out actress accessorized her fringed Ralph & Russo couture gown with a white satin Tyler Ellis clutch to which she affixed her pin. Williams has been a vocal supporter of the movement for gender equality, sharing on Instagram her reasons for wearing black at the Golden Globes and encouraging fans to donate to the cause.

"It's so powerful to have that [platform]," Williams told Giuliana Rancic on E! of using her reach as an actor to make a difference. "To me it's the most incredible wielding of power — to use it to raise money for people, men and women, who have other jobs."

Molly Shannon was also spotted at the SAG Awards with the round Time's Up button pinned to her red off-the-shoulder gown, as was Gina Rodriguez, who wore a metallic gold number.

Though there were a handful of celebrities, including Williams, who chose to speak about the impact of Time's Up, unlike the Golden Globes, the support didn't seem to be as universal.