How to Throw a Goddess Party – Tips & Ideas for Celebrating the Power of Women
The purpose of a Goddess party is to celebrate all the good things you can get from being a woman. This is a fantastic means to aid others through hard moments.
Courage and determination can help women face many obstacles. A Goddess party is a wonderful way to celebrate these accomplishments with the closest acquaintances!
This is a celebration that will please the crowd.
Marilyn and Margot
This week saw the opening of Acmi’s Goddess exhibit. It was an element of Melbourne Winter Masterpieces. The show is being curated by Bethan Johnson. It is a tribute to people who defied the norms and challenged cinematic stereotypes.
A stunning hot pink satin gown from Gentleman Prefer Blondes, which is one of the most well-known pieces of the show that is on display. It’s recreated multiple times with different variations. Models Winnie Harlow Margot Robbie, Pitjantjatjara as well as Yankunytjatjara actor Elaine Crombie all wear the outfit in a dazzling sequence.
Throughout the show the show, many of the famous dresses from the screen can be seen, including the ones which were worn by Mae West, Anna May Wong and Michelle Yeoh. The costumes also include Geena Davis as well as Glenn Close, including a amazing flesh-colored gown created by Orry Kelly for Some Like It Hot.
The exhibition is a delightful tour, complete with beautifully pitched soundscapes accompanying each exhibit and not interfering with other exhibits. It’s a refreshing break from modern exhibits that feature extravagant interactive displays.
The film isn’t the only thing it takes to make the experience memorable. The film also honors the pioneers and the rebels who challenge the status quo of women in the screen. The women on screen are typically dismissed as starlets, bombshells or screen siren, but they’ve overcome stereotypes and challenged the media industry’s efforts to restrict their imagination and their collective strength.
These were goddesses who were transcending sex to feminists of the gender. They occupied places and roles which broke down glass ceilings and projected solidarity. While they may not have had the power to shake up all the sex stereotypes which are prevalent today however, they’re unafraid of declaring what they believe in , and insisting that other people do similarly.