Come On Ally!: Sandra Oh Supports Black Hollywood By Wearing 'Black Lives Matter' Fashion At The 2020 Virtual Emmys Awards
Black Hollywood stars have historically used fashion and beauty to send political messages on the red carpet. With all the hatred and chaos continuing to spread across the world, the 2020 Emmy Awards was no different.
Using their haircuts and fashion choices, some of your favorite celebrities found a way to showcase their solidarity for the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.
Keep scrolling to see for yourself:
Sandra Oh showed her support for the BLM movement by wearing a bomber jacket with the words "Black Gives Are Precious" written in Korean.
Insecure actress Yvonne Orji enlisted the help of barber Mickey West-Potts to perfectly sculpt a BLM fist onto her head, while celebrity hairstylist Mary Daniels completed the look with natural curls.
Sterling K. Brown
“This year’s Emmy Awards are certainly different, but no less significant,” actor Sterling K. Brown captioned an Instagram photo wearing a tailored suit jacket and a BLM tee.
Styled by Wayman + Micah, Regina King made a powerful statement on E!’s Live From the Red Carpet by wearing a fuchsia suit by Schiaparelli and a t-shirt in honor of the late Breonna Taylor.
Uzo Aduba accepted her Emmy for ‘Best Supporting Actress’ wearing a black t-shirt honoring Breonna Taylor.