24 Times Celebrities Used Their Red Carpet Outfits To Make A Statement

I had no idea about the meaning behind Lady Gaga's meat dress!

10/18/2021 9:30:00 AM

I had no idea about the meaning behind Lady Gaga's meat dress!

I had no idea about the meaning behind Lady Gaga's meat dress!

Handout / A.M.P.A.S. via Getty ImagesHe was nominated for the short film he codirected,Two Distant Strangers, which deals with the theme of police brutality.Speaking about the film, Free toldVanity Fair,"Last summer, we were all marching in protest, just about every day for a couple of weeks. Thinking about all the names — George and Breonna and all the other names you see on signs — I was thinking about how you internalize the emotions each time one of those stories happens. At least as a Black person, you cycle through being really angry, and then you’re sad, and then you feel a bit of hopelessness. Sometimes it starts up again before you can even finish talking about the last killing...It just feels like the worst version of

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Groundhog Day. I wanted to put that on the page and see if I could get people to feel what that feels like, even a little bit.”4.At the 2019 Emmys, Laverne Cox carried a rainbow Edie Parker clutch that said,"Oct. 8, Title VII, Supreme Court" on one side and"#TRANSISBEAUTIFUL" along with the transgender pride flag on the other, drawing attention to a Supreme Court hearing regarding the clarity of how protections from employment discrimination for members of the LGBTQ+ community fit under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Dan MacMedan / WireImage / Frazer Harrison / Getty Images / Via GettyHer stylist, Christina Joy Pacelli, told,"This is a very important hearing that will affect the future of LGBTQ rights...Laverne took the opportunity to shine a light on its importance with her Emmys fashion.” headtopics.com

Cox toldE!,"A lot of people aren't talking about this case, and it has implications for the LGBT community. But it has implication for women and anyone who doesn't conform to someone else's idea of how you should be... A man or woman or neither!"

In 2020, sheoff a replica of her clutch to support the New York City Anti-Violence Project.On June 15, 2020, the Supreme Courtthat LGBTQ+ employees are protected from discrimination on the basis on sex under the Civil Rights Act of 1964.5.In 1972, Jane Fonda won her first Oscar while the Vietnam War was still going on, so, feeling that it was a time for seriousness and"not a time for showy dresses," she wore an off-the-rack Yves Saint Laurent pantsuit she purchased herself.

Bettmann / Bettmann Archive / Via GettyAt the time, shesaid,"I felt it suited the somber times. Besides, I wasn’t into buying fancy dresses when the Vietnam War was still being fought...I wore something that made a statement."Shortly before her nomination, she'd taken a trip to Vietnam herself, where she spoke out against the US's involvement in the war.

6.In the wake of then President Trump's plan to eject people who were brought to the US as children, Padma Lakshmi wore a blue ACLU ribbon to the 2017 Emmy Awards in support of the, which would them grant permanent legal status and create a path to citizenship for them. headtopics.com

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Axelle/Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic / Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic / Via GettyLakshmi, who is also an ambassador the ACLU, toldElle,"I came to this country as an immigrant myself, and I think it’s important we remember that America is what it is because we’re a nation of immigrants. It’s also important for America to keep our word...We told [the DREAMers] it’s safe, we fingerprinted them, and now we’re saying, ‘No, you’re illegal again.’ It’s unthinkable.”

Several other celebrities, including Kumail Nanjiani, Riz Ahmed, Elisabeth Moss, Kathryn Hahn, Ann Dowd, and Matt Walsh also wore. At the Oscars a few months prior, Lin Manuel Miranda, Karlie Kloss, Emma Stone, and Ruth Negga wore the pins.In March 2021, the most recent version of the DREAM Act was

in the House of Representatives, but it has yet to be voted on in the Senate. If it's fully approved, President Biden has promised to sign it into law.7.wore the same Stella McCartney tuxedo throughout the 2020 awards season to promote sustainable fashion and reduce waste.

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Emma Watson Debuts Daring Style at Her First Red Carpet Event in Almost 2 Years - E! OnlineHarry Potter alum enchanted onlookers with a bold look at the inaugural Earthshot Prize ceremony, which marked her first 'red' carpet event since before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Atlanta based Actor, Theatrically trained. Rep'd. Top Talent Mgmt. Chattanooga, TN. Age: 51, Height: 6'4', Weight: 230 lbs., She looked stunning but i wasn’t a fan of her shoes Beautiful lady