Elle Fanning, Eva Longoria and Amber Heard are joining forces with L’Oreal for an inspiring new campaign.
As a part of the beauty brand’s Cannes Film Festival “Worth It” campaign, the actresses invited women of their choosing that have inspired them to join them on the red carpet at the Palais des Festivals.
For the first time ever, Fanning, Longoria and Heard walked hand-in-hand up the “Worth It” stairs and the official Cannes red carpet on Wednesday as a symbol of inclusivity and self-worth for women all over the world.
Longoria brought along Emily May, the co-founder and executive director of Hollaback!, a global movement to end all kinds of harassment for women and men.
Fanning had Valerie Weisler, founder and CEO of the Validation Project tag along at Cannes. The Validation Project is an international organization working with more than 6,000 teenagers in 105 countries to solve social justice issues.
Heard and Corey Rae, a model, writer and transgender activist, walked hand-in-hand up the steps.
The Cannes Film Festival runs until May 25.