Celebrities Who Wore White Roses to the 2018 Grammys
Just like at this year's Golden Globes, the celebrities on the red carpet at the 2018 Grammys chose to make a feminist statement with their fashion choices. In support of the Time's Up movement, Grammys stars wore (or carried) white roses down the red carpet, and it created another big awards-show fashion moment.
But before anyone hit the carpet, Recording Academy president Neil Portnow indicated his support for stars expressing themselves this way.
"We, the Academy, believe in freedom of speech, and the Grammys is a place where artists get to express themselves. They express themselves primarily through their music, and then sometimes, they have something to say in an acceptance speech," he said to InStyle at the MusiCares tribute on Friday night. "We welcome that. You'll get the temperature of our community on Sunday as to what's important and what are they feeling and what they sort of want to tip their hat to, and so we encourage that."
VIDEO: Here's Who’s Wearing White Roses on the Grammys Red Carpet
Scroll through celebrities wearing white roses at the Grammys below.
Lauren Akins, Thomas Rhett
Akins in Sheri Hill.
“I want the world to speak up,” Cardi B told InStyle of what the white rose represents. “I'm glad that the awareness is going on but it's like it's so crazy that the awareness is going on now that it's in Hollywood. This type of thing happens in the hood and in every workplace everywhere, even if you want to be working the supermarket and you want to get the manager position, men always try to bribe you to get it in different ways. And that’s what it means to me.”
Jack Antonoff, Rachel Antonoff
in Cerruti 1881.