Designer Kenneth Cole has created a new interpretation of the red ribbon, which has become a symbol for the 30-year battle against HIV/AIDS. Singers Ke$ha, Estelle, Cyndi Lauper, Skylar Grey and the actors Sarah Jessica Parker, Rose McGowan and Cheyenne Jackson have come together to show their support for AIDS awareness.
The stars will discuss in the PSA where and when they will be wearing their Cole-designed ribbons.
The red ribbon is now on sale for $5 at Kenneth Cole and Bloomingdale‘s stores, as well as on their websites. It can also be found at Gilt Groupe sites and House of Fraser stores in the UK.
Proceeds from the sale will be split amongst Awearness, The Kenneth Cole Foundation, MTV Staying Alive Foundation and amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.
Source: Digital Spy
Variety reports that Sean Astin aka Sam in the Lord of the Rings trilogy (who was also in Encino Man with Rose!), Kevin Pollak, Taryn Manning and, coolest of all, Johnathon Schaech aka Xavier Red in The Doom Generation will round out the cast of Napa. The film, of course, stars Rose McGowan and will be directed by Michael Kerr. Napa follows Rose’s character Scarlett Harding, a woman recently who has recently returned from three Afghanistan military tours and is given the job of sheriff in her Napa hometown. The project is currently in production in Napa Valley.
Rose stopped by Good Day LA earlier today to discuss The Pastor’s Wife. Watch her interview below and don’t forget that tomorrow is the big day! The movie airs Sat. night at 8:00 pm on Lifetime.
The gallery has been updated with additional stills of Rose as Mary Winkler in The Pastor’s Wife. Many thanks to Laura for a handful of these! Don’t forget that the movie premieres on Lifetime tomorrow; Saturday, November 5, at 8 pm ET/PT. Be sure to tune in!
- The Pastor’s Wife: Production Stills
I’m kind of at this strange crossroads in my life. I’m trying to figure out where I want to be. And I love Los Angeles in the sense that I love my friends there and I love my life there, but the business 24-7 just grinds on you. There’s no escape for you. I notice that my self-esteem and my general sense of well-being is much higher when I’m not there, and it’s sort of sad to live your life somewhere that makes you sad.