Grammy's White Rose Trend So Popular Florists Are Struggling
Stars have turned out on the Grammys red carpet displaying white roses in solidarity with the Time's Up and #MeToo movements against sexual misconduct ahead of music's biggest night and what is usually the wildest display of fashion during awards season.
The movement has garnered so much support that florists in the area are allegedly struggling to source enough of the flower.
Meanwhile, some artists are bucking the trend - choosing to support the cause in their own way.
Rapper K. Flay, in a black tuxedo jacket, chose a Time's Up button instead but noted such symbols are important expressions of solidarity for women.
Celebs back Time's Up white rose protest at Grammy Awards— Tom Macleod (@SkyNewsTom) January 28, 2018
Florists struggle to source enough white roses to support the campaign, which has the support of a growing number of performers.#MeToo #Grammys2018 #Grammy's pic.twitter.com/VT3JWAieYc
Songwriter Diane Warren, a 15-time Grammy nominee, wore black and white and went her own way on symbols. She wore white gloves with "Girl" on one hand and "Power" on the other, explaining: "I didn't want to wear the rose. I'm a rebel."
Nominees The Secret Sisters went big with white roses, noting it's time for the music industry to step up.