White roses showed up worn by almost anyone who's anyone at the 60th Grammy Awards red carpet—they came pinned on gowns, fastened on lapels, worn around wrists, even painted on skin! In case you were wondering, it's not just another trend: showing solidarity with the #TimesUp movement, the music industry has taken a noble-hearted style spin on the buttoniere.
Taking a cue from the recent Golden Globes' black dress-swathed initiative against harassment and workplace inequality, an organization called Voices in Entertainment was behind the proposal of the symbolic accent. The white rose, the group explained, “has historically stood for hope, peace, sympathy and resistance.”
Voices in Entertainment said in a statement to the media that it was fighting for “equal representation in the workplace, for leadership that reflects the diversity of our society, workplaces free of sexual harassment and a heightened awareness of accountability that our sisters started on January 1st and continued through the Golden Globes and onward.”
We're all for it! Want to see which stars took part in this latest wave of red carpet activism? Keep scrolling!
Lady Gaga's dark, dramatic look gets a floral flourish.
We love how Lana del Rey wore hers like a corsage. Prom feels!
Janelle Monae even managed to find the perfect enamel pin! Plus points for resourcefulness.
Brilliant. Ava Max painted her blooms right on!
Count on Sarah Silverman to rock her florals like no one else can.
Camila Cabello is the flamenco dancer emoji, carrying a single stem in her hand to complement her scarlet frock.
Kesha's embroidered lapels are spot-on!
Another no-nonsense gal is Kelly Clarkson, who simply held her white rose down the carpet.
Rita Ora looked all things sleek and fine, punctuating Old Hollywood glamour with flowers perched on her shoulder.
The white rose proved the perfect finishing touch to Cardi B's petal-laden gown.
Alessia Cara arrived in a tee-plus-suit combo accented with a corsage. Cool and dapper.
Trust Pink to really turn heads. The blooms on her bodice really stood out against all that vivid-hued fringe.
A single white rose is officially the Grammy's most coveted accessory. Miley Cyrus seals the deal!
Julia Michaels floated ethereal in lavender tulle and painted foliage. So dreamy.
Pop legend Cyndi Lauper wore her rose pinned to the label of her funky printed jacket.
Eve's outfit was so flattering! The bloom in her hand only served to keep things fuss-free.
We're certainly not complaining about the abundance of rose-pinned full suits on the carpet. Anna Kendrick's was a welcome addition to the list!