The goddess celebration celebrates the many blessings that come by being female. It’s a great means to aid one another get through difficult moments.
Most of the issues women face can be overcome by grit and determination. An event for women can be the perfect way to commemorate these accomplishments with the closest group of friends!
It’s a for a crowd-pleaser.
Marilyn and Margot
This week marked the launch of Acmi’s Goddess exhibit. The show was an element of Melbourne Winter Masterpieces. The exhibition is organized by Bethan Johnson and pays tribute to people who defied the norms and pushed the boundaries of cinematic conventions.
A hot pink satin gown of Gentleman Prefer Blondes, which is among the most recognizable pieces from the show, is shown. The gown is reimagined numerous times with different variations. Models Winnie Harlow Margot Robbie and Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara actor Elaine Crombie all wear the dress in a stunning montage.
You can see many other well-known dresses from the movie including those that were worn by Mae West and Anna May Wong, along with Michelle Yeoh’s. Also, there are costumes worn by Geena Davis as well as Glenn Close, including a striking flesh-coloured gown designed by Orry Kelly for Some Like It Hot.
It’s a great experience to walk around it, and the sounds included with every exhibit are perfectly pitched. It’s a nice break from modern exhibits that feature animated displays that are gimmicky.
But that’s not the only element that makes it entertaining: it’s an enjoyable celebration for the entire family of trailblazers, rebels, and trailblazers who have pushed back against gender stereotypes that surround women on the screen. In the past, they were merely reduced to the roles of starlet, bombshell and screen sirens These women have defied the status quo and created an industry to confine them with the power of a collective and unstoppable creativity.
These goddesses were sex-transcending stars to feminists of the gender. They were in roles and spaces that challenged glass ceilings, and brought about solidarity. Although they may not be able to dispel all sex stereotypes, but they do stand in their convictions and insist that other people adopt their beliefs.