Fleur'd Pins Blossoms Their Limited Edition Ella & Renata White Roses To Benefit The #TIMESUP
WHITE ROSES ! GET YOUR WHITE ROSES ! As the 60 Annual GRAMMY AWARDS is just days away, Fleur'd Pins, the sophisticated men's lapel flowers have unveiled their White Leather Limited - Edition Ella & Renata Roses. Parallel with the recent announcement by Voices of Entertainment ; celebrities, entertainers and presenters will wear white roses to THE GRAMMYS supporting Hollywood's " Time's Up " initiative against workplace sexual harassment. The white rose has been a timeless symbol of respect, hope, innocence and sympathy and now a symbol of progress that is worn above the heart this Sunday. Handcrafted in New York City,
Fleur'd Pins are the preferred " something extra " for the fashion elite and high - profile tastemakers including Alec Baldwin, Geoffrey Zakarian, HARRY Hamlin, Bob Mackie, Titus Burgess, Andrew Rannells, Colton Haynes, Robert Verdi, Thomas Roberts, Lance Bass, Rob Shuter, Phillip Bloch, Jay Manuel and model Sean O'Pry to name a few that have been photographed wearing the pins since the inception of the brand three years ago.
The Limited - Edition Ella Rose & The Renata Rose by Fleur'd Pins Honoring Ella Fitzgerald and Renata Tebaldi, the first two women to win multiple awards at the first GRAMMY AWARDS in 1958 The collections of lapel flowers range from burlap to various kinds of leathers and exotics including python, lizard, pony hair and mink. Fleur'd Pins have been regarded as the perfect gentleman's accessory, especially for red carpets, black tie affairs, and weddings ! Fleur'd Pins are available for purchase at Barneys New York, Maison10, via custom order, as well as through FleurdPins.com th th The 60 Annual GRAMMY AWARDS will take place Sunday, January 28 at Madison Square Garden in New York City
Inspired by the fashion - forward debonair, Fleur'd Pins are ' A Gentleman's Accessory.'Founded by NYC - based photographer Andrew Werner, Fleur'd is that something extra to help gentlemen everywhere showcase their individuality to stand out from the crowd. As a notable photographer, Werner sought to remedy the age - old conundrum of how can men stand out in a sea of tuxedos. ' I would photograph red carpets and black tie galas,'he recalls, ' and every men's outfit was always the same - some variation of : black tuxedo, white shirt, black bowtie. Where was that something extra to showcase individuality ?'Attention to each detail, as evident in all his work, he began by handcrafting the iconic Fleurs worn for his own pleasure. Industry insiders quickly took note and began to commission Werner for their own Fleurs. The small passion project became a reality.
TIME'S UP is a unified call for change from women in entertainment for women everywhere. From movie sets to farm fields to boardrooms alike, they envision nationwide leadership that reflects the world in which we live. Powered by women, TIME'S UP addresses the systemic inequality and injustice in the workplace that have kept underrepresented groups from reaching their full potential. They partner with leading advocates for equality and safety to improve laws, employment agreements, and corporate policies ; help change the face of corporate boardrooms and the C - suite ; and enable more women and men to access our legal system to hold wrongdoers accountable.
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