White roses exchange black robes
The Golden Globes had an unofficial all-black gown code. The SAG awards had all-female presenters. And the Grammys are following go well with with their very own image of solidarity. In assist of the Time’s Up motion towards sexual assault and abuse in the office, artists and musicians plan to don a white rose on the crimson carpet this Sunday.
Rita Ora, Kelly Clarkson, FASHION cowl lady Dua Lipa, and Cyndi Lauper are a few of the artists who’ve voiced their assist of the motion, as have Tom Morello and Grammy host James Corden.
Voices of Entertainment, a newly shaped group of ladies in the music business led by Roc Nation senior VP of selling Meg Harkins and head of rhythmic promotions at Interscope/Geffen/A&M Records Karen Rait, initiated the motion earlier this week, “and it grew like wildfire,” Harkins informed Billboard.
“As we are inspired by the #timesup campaign, we are encouraging the artists that we work with and our colleagues attending the 60th Annual Grammy Awards in New York City to wear a white rose to the ceremony on Sunday, January 28,” defined a letter from the group’s founders to their business colleagues. “We chose the white rose because historically it stands for hope, peace, sympathy and resistance.”
White can also be a color with sturdy political connotations—it was one in every of the key sartorial symbols of the suffragette motion, and was additionally, notably, worn by Hillary Clinton not simply on the day she made historical past by changing into the first girl to settle for the US presidential nomination, however as soon as once more at Donald Trump’s inauguration the following 12 months.
So there you’ve got it—a white rose will likely be the woke accent of the night. Keep your eyes peeled.