When it comes time for the Met Gala to roll around again, celebrities do their best to keep the eye on the prize. Some fall fashionably short with the annual event while others rise to the occasion and put their best outfits forward.
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Paris Jackson and Cara Delevingne aren’t working too hard to extinguish the dating rumors surrounding them. The two ladies, instead, added fuel to the fire by having a sleepover and then going public about it.
Cara Delevingne ripped herself away from scripts to show the fashion world that she still has the modeling chops that put her on the map. Over theweekend, Cara walked in Christopher Bailey’s final show for Burberry in a striking rainbow coat that had much more meaning than a simple fashion statement.
Kendall Jenner is on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar February issue with a special interview done by Cara Delevingne. Being friends, Cara made sure to stay away from heavier topics, like her Pepsi ad and her involvement in #TIMESUP which runs the risk of Kendall saying the wrong thing.
The model did, however, open up about her anxiety issues that she previously revealed causes her to have sleep paralysis.
Every single Golden Globes fashion round-up is decidedly monochromatic this year. Hollywood stars decided to make a political fashion statement at the 2018 Globes, meaning everyone was wearing black to call attention to the “Time’s Up” campaign.
Even stars who couldn’t make it the red carpet took to Instagram to show support for the effort to draw attention to gender-based discrimination and harassment. Woke women Yara Shahidi and Cara Delevingne both shared all-black looks as a show of solidarity.
Following a year of very public revelations about the true nature of sexism in the entertainment industry, women in Hollywood are organizing to create change. Time’s Up, a new campaign organized by some Democratic party big wigs and chaired by Anita Hill, features two dozen top industry executives and launched with an open letter of solidarity for women in all lines of work.