Donning a halo-shaped crown of stars and a white Gucci gown, Lana Del Rey showed her support for the Time’s Up movement with a delicate white rose corsage on her wrist at the 60th Grammy Awards.(Jewel Samad / AFP/Getty Images)
Cardi B held a white rose in her hand as she hit the red carpet at the 60th Grammy Awards in an ethereal white dress by Ashi Studio.(Jewel Samad / AFP / Getty Images)
Dressed in matching black-and-white Valentino suits, Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart of the Chainsmokers wore white roses pinned to their blazers at the 60th Grammy Awards.(John Shearer / Getty Images)
Zayn Malik stood in solidarity with the Time’s Up movement with an embroidered white rose on the jacket for his salmon-colored Richard James suit at the 60th Grammy Awards.(Evan Agostini / Invision/AP)
Stepping out in custom Armani Privé, Lady Gaga accentuated her long-sleeved black lace bodysuit and skirt with a double white rose boutonnière paired with a Time’s Up pin at the 60th Grammy Awards.(Angels Weiss / AFP/Getty Images)
Cyndi Lauper’s white rose lapel pin popped against her multi-hued Cupid-printed Moschino suit and equally vibrant matching hair at the 60th Grammy Awards.(Evan Agostini / Invision/AP)
James Corden, host of the 60th Grammy Awards, adorned the lapel of his navy tuxedo with a white rose.(Evan Agostini / Invision/AP)
Donning a T-shirt from his Detroit Rock City collaboration with John Varvatos, Nick Jonas pinned a single white flower to his checkered overcoat at the 60th Grammy Awards.(Jewel Samad / AFP/Getty Images)
Wearing a Gucci suit, musician Ava Max showed her support for the white roses movement at the 60th Grammy Awards with a painted white rose on her chest by New York-based makeup artist and body-painter Anastasia Durasova.(Angela Weiss / AFP/Getty Images)
“Janelle [Monáe] is wearing a white rose pin — rather than a fresh flower — on her lapel. It is a nice compliment to the embroidery on her suit and is standing in solidarity with the Time’s Up movement but in a unique way,” says stylist Alexandra Mandelkorn, who dressed Monae in a floral Dolce & Gabbana suit.(Angela Weiss / AFP/Getty Images)
Ne-Yo took his mustard yellow-colored blazer one step further with an oversized white rose boutonnière at the 60th Grammy Awards.(Angela Weiss / AFP/Getty Images)
Sam Smith wore head-to-toe green Cerruti 1881 festooned with a white rose lapel pin at the 60th Grammy Awards.(Angela Weiss / AFP/Getty Images)
With a white rose in her hand (or, as seen here, in her mouth), Sarah Silverman donned a black dress by New Zealand designer Maggie Marilyn, paired with fishnet tights and Jimmy Choo boots at the 60th Grammy Awards.(Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images for NARAS)
Grammy nominee Kelly Clarkson wore a custom black Christian Siriano gown embellished with gold embroidery, and carried a long-stemmed white rose in her hand at the 60th Grammy Awards.(Christopher Polk / Getty Images for NARAS)
Hot on the heels of the red-carpet blackout at the 2018 Golden Globes, Grammy nominees, performers and attendees made an equally powerful show of solidarity with the Time’s Up movement by donning white roses on the red carpet.
While lapel pins were de rigeur for men and women including James Corden, Cyndi Lauper, Lady Gaga, stars such as Lana Del Rey and Janelle Monáe put a creative spin on the fashion statement — with musician Ava Max going as far as donning a painted rose on her chest.
“I understand the message behind the white rose, but as a stylist, it can sometimes be challenging to be told that we have to incorporate something into our look,” says stylist Micah Schifman, who dressed Sarah Silverman for the annual event. “In the end, we decided not to overthink it, have fun and simply hold the rose on the red carpet.”
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