10+ Famous Women Said Nothing But Still Sent a Message to the World

The red carpet acts as the foundation for today’s award ceremonies, galas, and premieres around the world. It distinguishes celebrities from the rest of us. Moreover, it serves as a catwalk for famous people to showcase trendsetting fashion styles from their favorite designers. The clothes worn to award ceremonies are constantly scrutinized by the international media, making the red carpet an important international product placement area for fashion designers. Any outfit celebs opt for can make them go viral or turn into a meme.
While many stars utilize their unique outfits to attract people’s attention or earn themselves fame, others use them to send secret messages to the world or sometimes a certain special person. For example, Margot Robbie brought a Judith Leiber clutch to the “Peter Rabbit” film premiere as a way to attribute to the film she was in.

#1 Selena Gomez

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The famous singer brought a tiny white bag to the 2018 Met Gala event. It was a custom-made bag with writing on it.

#2 Blake Lively

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At the 2018 Met Gala event, Blake Lively wore a gorgeous dress but the thing that everyone noticed the most perhaps was a clutch. It featured the first initials of each family member on it.

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Another time, she put on an outfit that featured the movie’s main colors, black and maroon at the premiere of Deadpool 2 where her husband Ryan Reynolds starred. she also brought a clutch to the event. It looked like a cassette shown in the movie.

#3 Natalie Portman

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The actress came to the 92nd Academy Awards ceremony in a black-and-gold gown with a matching cape that hid a message. The names of female directors who were excluded from that year’s “Best Director” category, were embroidered into it. The actress explained, “I wanted to recognize the women who were not recognized for their incredible work this year, in my subtle way.”

#4 Scarlett Johansson and Brie Larson

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At the premiere of Avengers: Endgame, Scarlett Johansson and Brie Larson grabbed everyone’s attention by wearing a jewelry version of the Infinity Gauntlet.

#5 Lorde

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The red tulle gown Lorde wore at the 2018 Grammy Awards ceremony had a hidden message on its back. She stitched Jenny Holzer’s essay by hand.

#6 Tiffany Haddish

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The actress appeared in a cream satin dress with golden embroidery and a matching jacket at the 2018 Academy Awards ceremony. She chose to wear an Eritrean authentic princess dress as a way to honor the memory of her late father who was from Eritrea in Eastern Africa.

#7 Millie Bobby Brown

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The Stranger Things star showed up with an original hairdo at the 2018 Gloden Globes. She had 3 intricate braids forming 2 parallel lines, or a number 11. Despite no confirmation, many fans believe that she wanted to honor her character.

#8 Amanda Seyfried

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At the Twin Peaks premiere in 2017, Amanda Seyfried appeared in a tight black dress with the word “EQUALITY” at the bottom hem. She explained on her Instagram, “Twin Peaks, equality and diamonds for everyone.”

#9 Emma Watson

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Everyone was impressed by Emma Watson’s black and white dress ar the 216 Met Gala. The dress was made of trash: recycled plastic water bottles. It is a way to show a message that one could look stunning and be eco-friendly at the same time.

#10 Emma Stone

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To support the women’s movement, Time’s Up, the actress wore a black dress at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. Moreover, she used purple, green, and white in her makeup because suffragettes often put on clothes and accessories in these colors.
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