RIP to the purple carpet.
According to Melissa Rivers, “Fashion Police” co-host and daughter of late design legend Joan Rivers, the days of glamorous awards demonstrate arrivals may well be above — and not just simply because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I feel the purple carpet has been on everyday living assist for very a although, unfortunately,” Rivers, fifty three, told Web page 6 Fashion forward of Sunday’s 2021 Golden Globes.
She pointed to the #MeToo and #AskHerMore actions as the “first big seismic shift” in purple carpet protection in spite of setting up desperately essential discussions, these initiatives also extra or much less set an end to Joan’s favorite query: “Who are you carrying?”
And as the Television set host pointed out, style issues — not just for folks who like it, but also for the designers, stylists and assistants who continue to keep the billion-greenback business operating.