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Still, Layne took it upon herself We Won’t Go Back Cool Feminist Women Human Right Shirt . to investigate firsthand. “I had to talk to people at the brand, talk to other people that they were consulting,” she says. “This is the beginning for me in terms of how I’m trying to use my platform. It’s important to me that I’m more than a pretty face or another person starring in movies. That’s great, but there’s so much more than can and should be done.”In the course of her breakout career, Layne has been an active and vocal participant in the dramatic and overdue changes occurring in Hollywood, onscreen and off. “A big part of it was just us speaking up and then starting to make our own content,” says Layne.
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We were tired of asking Old Hollywood to start telling our stories in a more authentic way We Won’t Go Back Cool Feminist Women Human Right Shirt . Now we’re getting our stories out there because we’re the ones creating them. To be coming up in a time where we can have movies like Black Panther, Moonlight, If Beale Street Could Talk and on the TV side Blackish, Insecure, or Atlanta—all these different voices and representations. Even a handful of years ago that would have been unheard of.”But she’s aware too, of the impact of these changes outside of Hollywood. From the rise of Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty to the emergence of a new set of influential designers like Virgil Abloh, Kerby Jean-Raymond and Telfar Clemens, the impact of black talent on fashion is impossible to ignore and Layne wants to do her part to honor that progress. “As much as I love to slay a red carpet hitting the ground running with Beale Street and Native Son,” she says, “representing two such important voices in James Baldwin and Richard Wright let people know that I’m an artist and I really have something to say with this gift.”Which brings her to her Met Gala look: While she credits multiple house with supporting her from the very start of her journey—Dior for providing her striking Golden Globes gown, Versace for stepping in at the last minute to whip up two dreamy Oscar night looks, and Chanel for dressing her on several occasions, ultimately it was Gucci that fit the camp theme. Drawn to the theatricality of Michele’s vision—her first fashion week experience came at the Spring 2019 collection held at Paris’s Le Palace—she is currently mulling between two looks. Regardless of which she selects for the red carpet she plans on adhering to the camp theme. “I think the most important thing to me is [understanding] what it means to push boundaries for myself and step out of my comfort zone. Camp is so open to interpretation. I’m excited to see what everyone does because it will mean different things to different people. What might be outside my comfort zone may be child’s play to someone like [gala cohost] Lady Gaga!”
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