Sepideh Moafi Honors Iran Protesters With Her 2023 Golden Globe Dress
Fashion has always been an outlet for stars to make a statement. And Sepideh Moafi bring it up in 2023 Golden Globerelay messages of solidarity with protesters in Iran.
The Iranian-American actor — best known for his roles in “The L Word: Generation Q” and “Black Bird” — wore a black sequined long-sleeved dress with a high slit and oversized asterisks at the hips, styled by Kevin Michael Ericson and made in collaboration with Milad’s house and Amir Taghi to pay homage to the Women Life Freedom movement.
Floral details feature the names of many people killed in protests following the death of Mahsa Amini in Persian calligraphy. On the red carpet, Moafi he said: “There are many stories about this dress, but the most important one is this flower, which symbolizes a blooming Iran. It is red because we cannot deny the number of people who have died in 44 years. last year under the Islamic Republic.” She went on to explain that the four petals on the front represent those who were executed by hanging by the Judiciary Committee of the Islamic Republic.
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The designer behind Milad’s house Share thoughts about Instagramwrote: “Feeling a ton of emotions that I’m having a hard time processing. Specifically gratitude and grief… I wish I never had to write these names down. So many people. have the same last name So many people we have written and shared… have tried to save from execution… artists, journalists, musicians, teachers, students, chefs, bloggers, designers, doctors, children, teenagers, brothers, sisters, friends, mothers, fathers…real people forever remembered and honored”.
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