Stars wear white roses to Grammy Awards in support of Time’s Up
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Stars wear white roses to Grammy Awards in support of Time’s Up

Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson, and Pink were among the stars who wore white roses to the Grammy Awards on Sunday (28Jan18) in support of the Time’s Up movement.

The fashion statement followed the red carpet blackout at the Golden Globe Awards earlier this month, when stars wore black to take a stand against sexual misconduct and call for equality in Hollywood and other industries.

Earlier this week, female music executives sent emails to the celebrity guests set to attend the Grammys, encouraging them to take part in the floral accessory trend, and as the show kicked off at Madison Square Garden in New York, it was apparent the message had been received loud and clear.

Gaga stepped out in a dramatic black ballgown with flowing train from Armani Prive, and chose to pin her white rose to the lace bodice, while Kelly sported a glamorous black gown with gold embroidery from Christian Siriano, and carried a white rose.

Pink dazzled in an embellished gown with fuchsia, blue, and violet feathers, also by Armani Prive, and walked the red carpet with her six-year-old daughter Willow, who also had a white rose attached to her cute grey dress with a feathered skirt.

Rita Ora had a white rose placed on the bodice of her chic Ralph & Russo gown, Zayn Malik had a rose motif embroidered onto one of the lapels of his pale pink Richard James suit, and country star Thomas Rhett had a tiny white rose added onto his black Gucci suit.

Camila Cabello, who stunned in a red Vivienne Westwood number, showed her support for the cause too, and carried a trio of small white roses as well as a silver purse from Judith Leiber.

Sam Smith, Nick Jonas, and The Chainsmokers also added the floral accessory to their outfits, as did actress Anna Kendrick, comedienne Sarah Silverman, and ceremony host James Corden, while Miley Cyrus and Cardi B each decided to carry a long-stemmed white flower on the red carpet.

The Grammys marks the first music awards show in which celebrities took a collective stance against sexual misconduct.

– Cover Media


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