Dazzling double-breasted tuxedo by Alexander McQueen, in a Z shadeoomer green super trendy, it shines Viola Davis on the red carpet of Woman in Motion Awardsthe traditional appointment with the award established since 2015 by the Kering group for personalities who have distinguished themselves in affirming the role of women in the field of cinema.
To receive the greatest recognition this year is the 56-year-old Oscar winner who in recent days spoke of the difficulties to establish herself in Hollywood that even today women of color encounter and that she herself has encountered and still finds today. “Micro-assaults happen all the time,” said the actress as she received the award and told of a director who, when she was 30, called her Louise, the name of her housekeeper, for the duration of the shoot.
That with her bright green outfit the diva also wanted to give a message of hope so that something really changes in the film industry still steeped in racism? Who knows, in the meantime i looks full of shades of green and other colors there was no lack of it in the evening: beyond the total green by Balenciaga of Isabel Huppertalready flaunted just before on the treadmill in Croisette and put it in a green Spanish wood and complete with a maxi fan of Rossy De Palma, shots of color gave them too Noomi Rapace with a colorful Moschino dress.
The other half of the fashion apple, on the other hand, was shown by the divas who focused on the reassuring total black, from Carla Bruni in slip dress by Saint Laurent a Jasmine Trinca in a slightly low-cut longdress enlivened by the sparkling necklace and the mirror clutch.
Team #solonero or #vivailcolore? When in doubt, better browse the gallery with all the looks of the stars Women in Motion Awards.
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Source: Vanity Fair