The death of the african-american George Floyd has resulted in the worst riots of the last few decades in the united States. This murder, as indicated by the two autopsies revealed yesterday, has rekindled the movement Black Lives Matter (The lives of black matter), which claims the rights of black people.
Familiar faces from the world of film, music and fashion have not hesitated to dye it black, its walls of Instagramto claim this equality. Also the clothing have been mobilised to support the movement, among them, ASAI, the brand created by british designer Sai Ta.
The dressmaker has recovered the dress more viral than Rihanna to raise funds to contribute their grain of sand to the house. Last October, the singer from Barbados published in Instagram a video in which he wore a short design asymmetrical with the print ‘tie dye’ it is now so trendy.
As he said in his time the designer of this dress in pink and red with a shoulder strap thinner than the other, just what had Rihanna. Fans of the actress also asked to ASAI that marketed this garment and now your wishes have become reality. The designer has put on sale the article by 300 euros with the aim of raising funds for three organizations: Black Lives Matter, Solace Women’s Aid (organisation that helps women and children victims of gender-based violence) and The Voice of Domestic Workers (association that brings together the domestic immigrants).
To order the dress the person concerned must send a direct message by Instagram to the firm or to write an e-mail to [email protected] where it should indicate the size. In the social networks of the british brand followers have applauded this solidarity action.
For its part, the singer announced yesterday that had donated an amount of economicthrough her lingerie line Savage x Fenty, Black Lives Matter and the Draft Bail (The Bail Project). The singer of ‘Diamonds’, which he would not specify the figure, he has also published in your profile in Instagram and in the signature multiple images in black to claim the equality.
Rihanna has donated money to the movement but has not wanted to specify the amount