Wrapped in hope and loads of confidence as the red carpet was laid out and the numerous well dressed celebrities, actors, actresses, directors, producers just about everyone in the film industry gathered to celebrate the year of music and movies in review. So many were sure they had outperformed others and winning would have been the only possible. To the dismay of some the 31 year old Mexican born of Kenyan descent- Lupita Nyong’o and the 12 Years A Slave stole the entire Show at the 2014 Oscars. Lupita owned the show with her actions and acceptance of her award Best Supporting Actress……From the glow on her dark skin, her thick accent to the beautiful Cinderella like gown she wore the night was clearly hers finalized with her simple speech “When I look down at this golden statue, may it remind me and every little child, that no matter where you’re from, your dreams are valid.” A simple yet powerful speech, showing to the world her style and grace.
such a beauty with brains and humility could easily be an ambassador. even more exciting when 12 Years a Slave was awarded best picture of the year. Together these wins have added to our historical content so much that can be shared with our children and their children and grandchildren.
Lupita’s light blue silk gown designed by Prada
Makeup by Nick Barose
bag and platform shoes by Prada
head piece and jewels by Fred Leighton
If you are like all the hopefuls and need a reminder that dreams do come true then get wrapped in hope today. You can get wrapped in hope by clicking and ordering on the link or by hosting a jewelry party with your girlfriends, sorors, co workers, family or whomever you choose and get your bracelet along with other jewelry free while they shop. Contact me for a party today firstname.lastname@example.org , remain hopeful while you are working on your dreams.
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